Alaska Fishing Tips

How-to plan fishing trips in Alaska of all kinds as well as how-to catch more fish, the gear needed to do it, Alaska seafood recipes and much more

 

Each year at Fish Alaska magazine, we make our way through piles of gear, testing, re-testing and winnowing down the competition until we can tell you with confidence the products that are going to keep you stylish, safe and catching fish. All that research gets compiled into our Fish Alaska gear review, published each March with a lot of excitement (and a little relief). But sometimes it’s hard to wait all the way until March to tell you about the products that are knocking our socks off! And since we have this shiny new website, well, now we don’t need to. So check back here often because once a month – or maybe more, depending on how impatient we get – we’re going to highlight one of the Gear Review frontrunners. It might be something totally new or an old standby, but either way, you’ll know that it’s a product that straight-up delivers... [Read Full Post....]
If you are looking to push the “Easy Button” for an Alaska adventure, Cordova might not make the top of the list, but its remoteness, beauty and myriad angling opportunities are enough to make a little logistical difficulty worth the effort. And now is the time to start planning... [Read Full Post....]
Wayne and I had dinner with Marcus and his family recently. He had some halibut thawed from a trip to Seward this past August with Captain Will and Dusty from Glacier Fishing Charters, so we decided to whip up these halibut cakes... [Read Full Post....]