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River Guide Lil Brian Kyncy

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Kyncy Guide Service river Guide "Lil" Brian Kyncy is back from Alaska and ready to go! Lil Bri had a banner year on the Kenai Peninsula not missing a day guiding on the Rivers for the monster Chinook Kings of Alaska. With approx 60 booked trips and 200 plus clients, Lil Brian did "one up" his dad, and also an Alaska River guide by catching a 60lb King on the Kasilof river. Welcome back Brian!

River Guide Nathaniel Kyncy gets Recognized by clients from RamOutdoorsman of the Outdoor Channel!

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George Desort :Camerman for Ramoutdoorsman on the Outdoor channel writes: Nathaniel Kyncy Thanks for a great day on the water. Tom had a great time and was still raving about you and the fish the following day. You left an impression. Cheers, George Jack Veverka: Guide for Justforhunting writes: Seriously one of the best times I've had hunting!! All the guys with #ramoutdoorsman were first class! Thanks Chris Dorsey and Tom Behunin for an unforgettable opportunity. #ramoutdoorsman #outdoorchannel #federalpremiumammunition #bushnell #justforhunting Kyncy Guide Service wants to thank all the local guys for this a special trip for an important client, [...]
California Fly Fishing

Sundial Bridge Northern California Sacramento River Fly Fishing

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Joseph Smith with Nathaniel Kyncy. Sacramento River. Northern California Fly Fishing Guide. Joseph is one of our up and coming Pro Staff soon to be drift guide. See Joseph drifting under the Sundial Bridge on the weekends and evenings after his work as a firefighter. Watch Joseph working his magic and putting on a show for the spectators standing on the bridge. Nothing feels more satisfying then landing a rainbow nymphing with a fly rod and landing the rainbow below the spectators! After putting on a show we will drift you through the more quiet and peaceful bends and seams of this fishery to our [...]

Brian Kyncy speaks at public meeting concerning winter run Chinook in the Sacramento River

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During a public meeting on Jan 19, 2016 in Redding,  wildlife officials listened to guides and others voice their concerns about a plan to close a section of the Sacramento River to help the survival of winter-run Chinook salmon. The Record Searchlight had this to say about the meeting: Brian Kyncy, of NorCal Shasta Outfitters, is worried that the temporary closure will soon become permanent. "I have never seen our government shut something down temporarily that we did not lose permanently," Kyncy said. "So when you start temporarily shutting down ... I see permanent coming here pretty quick." To view the [...]