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Category: How-to Articles

What to consider when buying a saltwater boat in Alaska by Marcus Weiner Saltwater boats for the Alaska angler come in several shapes and many sizes, ranging from the high-end luxury cabin cruiser to an open-air skiff. For many, no matter the choice of model, this is the pinnacle of boat purchases. In Alaska, there […]

Cut through Pinks: A Fish Alaska How-to Story and photo by Scott Haugen Tolerating pink salmon while targeting prized silvers can be a frustrating experience. Here’s how to beat the pinks and l

Alaska’s Kings and the Two-Handed Rod Story By Troy Letherman Searching for clemency from a winter spent locked away from the stream, many of Alaska’s fly anglers look to kings. The first

Story and Photos by Terry W. Sheely The Jig ‘n Bobber Technique that nails salmon & steelhead where other anglers can’t reach At its techie heart is a precision, free-spinning specialty reel that whirls in constant confounding free-spool, that is packed with buoyant line as thin as daydreams and is married to a dozen feet […]

Alaska’s remote rivers are just that: remote. In many cases, floating the rivers on extended trips is the only way to access the untold number of delights these wild and scenic waterways hold fo

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