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Screw Jack Johnson ได้เขียนรีวิว ส.ค. ค.ศ. 2019
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After reading the previous review written by Mr. Kim, I could not agree more. Jack Johnson is disorganized, dishonest, and should not be allowed to run a lodge in Alaska or any other place on Earth or even the universe for that matter. Mr. Johnson seems incapable of allowing anything to be done unless it is his way, which usually is inefficient and results in a temporary fix. He is very set in his ways and refuses to entertain new thoughts. It would also be impossible for him to be responsible for anything that went wrong. I could go on and on with examples of unprofessional business practices, disorganization, and lack of consideration for others. All in all, if there were a zero star option, I would have chose it. Terrible operation, don't waste your money.
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Kim Z ได้เขียนรีวิว พ.ค. ค.ศ. 2019
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When you travel thousands of miles to Alaska for the fishing trip of a lifetime, you expect decided value for your hard-earned dollars. A quality lodge/operation in the 49th state provides that value in many ways, but meeting promised expectations and providing a safe operation are almost always at the top of everyones’ list. Jack Johnson’s Alaska’s Legend Lodge fails on both counts. Though I have been a fishing guide for some 40 years (all around the world), I decided to attend the Lodge’s guide school last June, namely to learn how to drive jet boats, and to have the chance to fish two new (for me) fantastic Alaskan fisheries - Iliama’s Copper River for rainbow trout, and the Nushugak River for king salmon, while “interning” for three more weeks afterwards. A month or so after making my travel arrangements and goiing over guide responsibilities and expectations with Jack; and sending my course fee to him; I read a review written by a previous guide school attendee/intern, which was not very flattering, to say the least (if you want to read it, “Google” “Liar and fraud. Jack Johnson. Legend Lodge Alaska. Lake Illiamna, Intricate Bay. SEPTEMBER 22, 2013 / THEANGRYFISHERMAN”). Still, I chose to make the trip - I mean for $2,000, how could one go wrong at that rate with four great weeks in the Alaskan bush? From the review, I knew that at the very least I would be a great help, and likely able to contribute considerably to his operation. In the end; after four weeks working for the lodge; I came home with enough stories about how not to guide in Alaska than I care to recount here. But I do believe that I have a responsibility to prospective clients and staff alike to let everyone know what to expect, should they elect to spend their time and/or money with Mr. Johnson, at his Alaska’s Legend Lodge or river camps. Let me start by saying that Jack is perhaps the most disorganized individual with whom I have ever worked. His only full season guide took nearly a week to decipher his season’s bookings, and to correct all the deficiencies in his provisioning plan for the Lodge’s guests. Curiously, installing a new satellite dish took priority for him over securing needed boat parts, food, basic maintenance, and cleaning house before the arrival of our clients. Most everything we two guides got up and running at both locations, he found a way to undo. Jack, of course, took no responsibility for anything he did or didn’t do, blaming others for everything, from missing water heater plugs to undelivered (unordered) supplies. If it cost money (i.e. new boat engines that were promised to returning staff, float planes to get people to their agreed connections, a quality menu, hiring a designated cook/camp supervisor, lodge repair, etc., etc.,) it wasn’t going to happen! “That’s just the way it is up here,” was his most common response to any problem in the operation that we identified, as he chose to shove it under the rug. Sixteen to eighteen-hour days were never long enough for two of us to get everything done that needed doing because of his understaffing of the operation, and the lack of a proper camp manager. Most disturbing of all was the fact that Jack has no provision for handling emergency situations or monitoring weather conditions, which can change up there I n an instant. Legend Lodge has literally no communication capability of its own with the outside world, requiring a twenty to thirty-minute boat ride to another lodge at Intricate Bay, and a ten to fifteen-minute run downriver on the Nushugak to another camp to borrow their services if things go wrong - valuable time lost in a serious emergency. For bear protection we had just one 12-gauge shotgun, with it’s shells duct-taped to the stock! Not to worry, Jack has his guests sign a four-page waiver on their arrival, absolving him and the Lodge of any wrong-doing or responsibility for their well-being. The bathrooms at the Lodge unclean, and unacceptable for an operation charging some $6,000 a week. The official “men’s room” was a three-sided out-house out back, completely missing a side that might offer protection from wind, rain, and mosquitos! One of two bathrooms inside the lodge housed a moldy shower, laundry appliances that weren’t working, and a smelly, stained urinal on the wall. The lighting for this WC was supplied by a clamp-on light, connected to the common room outside by an extension chord. The women’s bathroom down the hall was only slightly better, though it did have its own lighting and a window. Sanitation at the King River Camp was completely unsatisfactory. Jack “fried” our brand new water pump on Day 2, so there was no running water, and thusly no shower or water to the kitchen for food preparation or dishes. Not budgeting for adequate fuel for the stoves, there was very limited hot water for bathing let alone for washing dishes. In fact most of the time the dishes were carried down to the river after each meal to be washed in cold, unfiltered river water. Jack’s idea of doing dishes was to pour liquid bleach on them and letting them soak. The camp’s sleeping bags, mattress pads, and cots were “cleaned” during the winter months by leaving them outside in the elements. I was very happy I brought my own gear with me, to say the least. Most of the Legend Lodge boats are running on tired engines, which are suffering from a lack of proper maintenance. We literally had to take a jet boat engine apart on a riverbank with a box wrench to get it to run properly. Of course we had no tech manual to refer to, and fortunately were able to diagnose the problem and get it back together without any extra parts left over (something to be said about a Yamaha!). Nearly all of the boats in Jack’s operation lack the minimum required U.S. Coast Guard equipment. For example, a long-handled shovel was frequently substituted for a proper pair of oars. Don’t think I saw a single flare either, and there were of course no handheld radios or first aid kits aboard. Most of the life jackets in use were quite old, and some too torn or rotted to be serviceable, having been left out in the woods all winter in the extreme elements versus properly cleaned and stored. On the boats themselves, a significant number of rivets and screws were pulling loose from the stringers and keel beams, especially on the Nushugak River boats. From the standpoint of having a quality fishing experience (if you still decide to go), it will all hinge on the experience of the guides that happen to be working for Jack. Jack can cast a dry fly, but his knowledge of other fly-fishing techniques; spey casting, fly tying, and modern fly fishing equipment; is completely lacking. His fly gear in old, and insufficient to handle the larger fish that predominate at both the Nushagak and the Lodge fisheries. Cheap K-Mart fishing line is used for leader material, surf rods and size 4500 spinning reels make up his conventional gear, and there was rarely a sharp knife, machete, maul, or axe in camp, as he had no files or sharpening stones to hone their edges. The maul was so dull that I had to refuse to cut or split wood with it due to safety concerns, in light of the aforementioned waiver I was asked to sign. In a nutshell, if you want to have something to fish with, enough food to eat, tools to fix things, bug spray to ward off the swarms of mosquitos, you better bring it with you! I would also recommend a SPOT transponder or satellite phone to guarantee your own safety. There are a lot of good reasons other lodges and operations in the area are trying to buy him out, and “quality” is not one of them. To sum things up, the previous “guide school” attendee’s assessment of Mr. Johnson (and that of four others who went there in 2017) and his lack of character is an accurate one. Having been treated the same way, I would recommend that nobody attend his “guide school,” which is an absolute sham. Nor should one go to work for him unless you’re a glutton for punishment. Jack has some serious personal problems and is very difficult to work with, especially when the going gets tough. In Alaska your life depends on those you work with, and I certainly wouldn’t trust him with my life again if I had any choice at all. Insult to injury, he still owes me tip money, expenses for having to reschedule my flights home, and my well-earned Certificate of Course Completion, letter of recommendation, and list of job referrals. You can guess from this review that I’m not exactly holding my breath on ever seeing any of these things, nor would I want any letter of recommendation from him as it would be of little to no value considering his reputation. All this said, Alaska is simply the best place on Earth to test your metal, build confidence, and to take in God’s creation. Jack does operate in a very unique part of it, something that even being around him can’t diminish. If you’re a client, there are other lodges and guided operations working these same areas, offering you a whole lot more bang for your buck. Even at a higher price it would be money much better spent.
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