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Category: Salmon Articles

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If you have some big-water boating experience and dream of a DIY trip to a premier Alaskan saltwater port, Fish Baranof is for you. Located on one of the most productive saltwater ports in Alaska, I know of no better location for the DIY angler to target salmon, halibut and other bottomfish than Fish Baranof.
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Alaska’s Bearclaw Lodge: A Multi-Species Adventure Article by Marcus Weiner Photos by Marcus Weiner & Melissa Norris Alaska’s Bearclaw Lodge Alaska’s Bearclaw Lodge sits on a private parcel of land on a peninsula on Lake Aleknagik, with Jackknife Mountain as the backdrop, at the edge of the Wood-Tikchik state park. The park encompasses a vast, […]
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Kodiak Island article by Fish Alaska Staff Magnificent Kodiak Island: Fishing Overview Kodiak Island, also known as the Emerald Isle, conjures thoughts of fertile, fish-filled waters, lush mountainsides, and of course, the iconic Kodiak brown bear. Situated in the Gulf of Alaska about 250 miles from Anchorage, separated from mainland Alaska by Shelikof Strait, Kodiak Island is […]
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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 bottomfish during the same trip. In fact, in these prolific ports it’s common to see fish boxes stuffed with coho salmon, halibut, […]

Prime Time for Southeast Kings Story and photos by Terry W. Sheely There may be better places to catch king salmon than Southeast, but not as consistently, not from May into September, and not in so m

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The Good, the Bad & the Ugly Story & Photos by  Greg Brush The long faces in my boat told the story quite clearly: disappointment had set in, attitudes were faltering and my guests were mentally giving up. The sad fact was that we had covered over eight miles of river, fished for seven hours, […]

Nushagak Silvers Story and photos by Marcus Weiner As I set foot on the shores of the Nushagak for the first time, my impression of the river is more intimate than I expected, as traffic is down to a

Bristol Bay King Salmon Fishing: Story and photo by Marcus Weiner My fishing partner and I have spent the last three hours hooking one chrome sockeye salmon after another, landing one in five and reli

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