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Alaska Fishing Information

Articles from our remote Alaska fishing trips and tips from the Alaska fishing experts.

Iliamna Excursion at Talarik Creek Lodge

A nice Dolly from the lower Newhalen River. © Melissa Norris Day-tripping Lake Clark, the Newhalen River, and the Tazimina River When I learned I’d be visiting Talarik Creek Lodge in Read More...

Iliamna Excursion at Talarik Creek Lodge2019-02-21T13:02:24-09:00

The Silver Lining of Alaska’s Lost Coast

Zack Cleveland shaking hands with the first salmon of this father-and-son adventure. Story and Photos by John Cleveland Tsiu River Adventure An Alaska fishing adventure is the ultimate experience; it’s full Read More...

The Silver Lining of Alaska’s Lost Coast2018-04-13T12:43:16-08:00

At Long Last, the Kanektok River

Story by Cecelia “Pudge” Kleinkauf All the years I have lived in Alaska, I’ve heard about the Kanektok River in western Alaska, but I have never had an opportunity to fish it. As Read More...

At Long Last, the Kanektok River2018-02-08T14:49:40-09:00

192 Years of Trout Secrets

Tips and observations from some of the top guides and anglers on the Kenai River Mike Brown, Fly Shop Owner Mossy’s Fly Shop Email: mbrown@mossysflyshop.com Number of years on the Kenai: 25 years The Kenai Read More...

192 Years of Trout Secrets2018-04-19T09:28:35-08:00

Kenai All Around

Story by Troy Letherman A day on the river with Kenai River Sportfishing is a serene and exhilarating experience. © Alaska Wildland Adventures When it comes to fishing in Alaska, it’s Read More...

Kenai All Around2019-01-14T13:06:14-09:00

Hair Jig Tying 101 for Northern Pike

Article by Mike Lunde Northern pike are one of the dominant predators that roam the endless freshwater highways and lake systems across the state of Alaska. Both underneath the shadowy depths and embedded Read More...

Hair Jig Tying 101 for Northern Pike2018-05-24T10:12:05-08:00

Alaska Fishing License Online: How to Fish “Legally” in Alaska

Alaska Fishing License Online: How to Fish "Legally" in Alaska Story By Alaska Wildlife Trooper Dan Gunderson Among others, purchasing an Alaska fishing license online is one of the easiest ways to ensure you're legally Read More...

Alaska Fishing License Online: How to Fish “Legally” in Alaska2020-07-16T12:27:15-08:00

Flies & Techniques for Alaska’s Fall Trout

by Troy Letherman The hallmark of fishing for rainbow trout in the Last Frontier lies in the species’ highly migratory nature—and in their reliance on the life cycle of the Pacific salmon for food. However, Read More...

Flies & Techniques for Alaska’s Fall Trout2017-11-29T09:09:43-09:00

Top Places to Fish for Silvers in Alaska

Top Places to Fish for Silvers in Alaska Article & Photos by Melissa Norris “Twice as big as Texas yet with fewer roads than Delaware,” it reads on the Alaska Department Read More...

Top Places to Fish for Silvers in Alaska2017-10-09T08:23:18-08:00

Where to Fish Saltwater Silvers in Alaska

Top Ocean Coho Destinations by Marcus Weiner Alaska is replete with saltwater fishing destinations, where salmon and bottomfish can be found in amazing numbers. In several locations, anglers can catch both salmon and Read More...

Where to Fish Saltwater Silvers in Alaska2018-01-03T14:35:32-09:00

How to Fish for Silvers in Saltwater

How to Fish for Silvers in Saltwater By Marcus Weiner Coho fishing in the saltwater can often be spectacular. I’ve been lucky to witness wide-open bites in many salty locales around the Great Read More...

How to Fish for Silvers in Saltwater2017-10-11T15:39:31-08:00

SeaArk and Rogue Jet Boats

Featured Image above: SeaArk Predators can be set-up to be the ultimate jon boats for moose hunters in Alaska, while also remaining capable of running you to remote fish-filled waters just about Read More...

SeaArk and Rogue Jet Boats2017-10-04T14:57:05-08:00

Fish Finder, Friend or Foe?

A fish finder is an instrument used to locate fish underwater by detecting reflected pulses of sound energy. Today’s standards use a graphical display to locate schools of fish, temperature, debris and the Read More...

Fish Finder, Friend or Foe?2018-09-27T15:57:57-08:00

Bear Safety 3

As fishermen in Alaska we have the need to carry bear defense products in various scenarios. When we are fishing and hiking in the backcountry of our great state, there are any number Read More...

Bear Safety 32018-09-27T13:48:42-08:00

Bear Safety 2

Having hiked extensively in bear country Tim Rubbert has also engrossed himself in bear education. He has written two books, Hiking Safely in Grizzly Country and Hiking with Grizzlies: Lessons Learned. Both are Read More...

Bear Safety 22018-09-27T13:31:27-08:00

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