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Story & Photos by Nicholas Ohlrich Besides watching a bow come up and slurp down a perfectly presented dry fly, feeling the explosion of a pink-sided chrome freight train destroying a streamer on
By Marcus Weiner My favorite way to troll for salmon in saltwater is to employ a downrigger. It allows for precision placement of whatever bait or lure (collectively termed baits) you use to attract s
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Story by Troy Letherman When it comes to fishing in Alaska, it’s hard to begin with anything outside the mighty Kenai River. One of the most famous salmon and trout rivers in the world, it is home t
by Troy Letherman Meaning “river of plenty” in the Dena’ina language, the area near the present site of Talkeetna offered an abundant harvest for the Athabasca Indians who originally inhabited t
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by Jim McConnell, Slippery Salmon Bar & Grill Ingredients Serves 5 1/2 lb king crab meant, coarsely chopped (Equivalent to one medium – large king crab leg) 1/4 lb lump crab meet, coarsely c
by Jim McConnell, Slippery Salmon Bar & Grill Ingredients Serves 5 1/2 pound chopped king or lumb crab meat (Equivalent to one medium – large king crab leg) 1 cup drained artichokes. If in o
Welcome to the Fish Alaska website where you’ll find all facets of Alaska sport fishing covered in depth. From lure-twitching techniques that pique the interest of the most finicky coho to selecting the best boat for Alaska’s cold water fishing, Fish Alaska magazine has you covered.
Find fly-tying videos for king salmon and all of Alaska’s popular gamefish, destination sections to provide resident and visiting anglers a complete understanding of Alaska’s fisheries and communities, and delicious seafood recipes for your hard-earned table fare. Topics covered include popular fisheries like the Kenai River, Homer, and Seward as well as off-the-beaten-path variety like the Kanektok River.
Subjects cover traditional casting and spinning techniques, kayak fishing, surf fishing, fly fishing, two-handed fly fishing, reading water, Alaska’s annual fishing derbies, conservation topics, the new and best gear for Alaska fishing, hunting, camping and a whole lot more.
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