Alaska Fishing Blogs
How to Catch Halibut blog by Tim Bouchard Everyone wants to know how to catch halibut. There have been whole books written on this topic and years of trial and error by anglers. There is no one way, o
Russian River, Quartz Creek, Deep Creek, Kasilof River, Anchor River, and of course the Kenai River are all world-class fisheries that host thousands of anglers who come annually for the sole purpose
Fishing Destination Articles
Adventures on the Nushagak “I love the smell of king salmon slime in the morning,” I proclaim to nobody in particular as we begin to fish. It was day two this past June on the Nushagak River and I
Day-tripping Lake Clark, the Newhalen River, and the Tazimina River When I learned I’d be visiting Talarik Creek Lodge in early August, I realized I would be pushing a new pin in my Alaska travel ma
Alaska fishing lodges and charters vary across our vast state depending on location, target species, budget, and fishing styles. Here are some videos from a few of our favorite fishing lodges and char
Check out the videos below for tips, tricks, and gear for your Alaska fishing trip!
Salmon cakes recipe by Bridge Seafood Salmon cakes are a great way to use spoon meat. When filleting fresh salmon, there is often a small amount of salmon flesh left on the skin. This meat is tender a
Alaskan Halibut Sous Vide in Lemon Olive Oil with Braised Leek, Fingerling Potatoes, and Vichyssoise Halibut Sous Vide Recipe by Chef Drew Johnson, Kincaid Grill I created this easy recipe to highligh
Fish Alaska Magazine
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.
Fish Alaska magazine is Alaskan-owned and operated, printing 10 full-color, glossy issues per year in conjunction with an extensive website that offers bonus content for our subscribers. To enjoy full access to the Fish Alaska site, subscribe to the magazine today and choose whether you would like to receive the print edition or read the full digital issue online. Then get started checking out extra articles and how-to’s throughout the site. Our site has hundreds of pages of solid Alaska fishing content with more being added every month. If you don’t see what you are looking for let us know! We also publish Hunt Alaska for outdoorsmen and avid hunters. Thanks for visiting Fish Alaska’s website and reading our magazine.
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