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Alaska Fishing Tips

How-to plan fishing trips in Alaska of all kinds as well as how-to catch more fish, the gear needed to do it, Alaska seafood recipes and much more

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As the holidays rapidly approach, our editors poured over the endless options of gear for outdoorsmen to provide you with a list of possibilities to please anglers of all skill levels, ages and genders.

Sheefish Primer Blog by Paul D. Atkins Many people ask me about sheefish—what they’re like to catch, eat, how cold it is, but mostly they ask how they can go about getting a chance at catching one

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Bristol Bay Salmon Fishing: Man of Salmon An Interview with Triston Chaney Bristol Bay salmon fishing is a way of life for Triston Chaney, a Yupik and Athabaskan resident of Dillingham. He began fishing on his grandpa’s gillnetter in Bristol Bay when he was nine years old. He was too young to be on the […]

Fly Rod vs Float Rod By Nick Ohlrich When fishing rainbows on the Middle Kenai, whether guiding or personal fishing, I always have both fly rods and float rods in the boat. To me they are tools, not a

Alaska Silver Salmon Fishing during August and September by Kate Crump, Frigate Adventure Travel Alaska silver salmon fishing from the second half of August into the beginning of September is an amazi

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Kenai Peninsula Fishing in August By Nigel Fox Kenai Peninsula Fishing: July is Great, but August is Even Better Kenai Peninsula fishing in July seems to be the month everyone wants to be on the water fishing. The weather is amazing, everything has bloomed, there are two runs of salmon in the Kenai River, and saltwater […]

Halibut Fishing Tips: Catch More Halibut with Three Simple Steps Blog & Photos by Joe Byers Since Alaskan anglers are limited to a single rod, experimentation with various rigs and baits is diffic

Southeast Alaska Fishing Lodges- 10 Hacks to Savings and Success By Joe Byers Southeast Alaska fishing lodges are not hard to come by, but which one to pick can be a difficult choice, especially if yo

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Alaska Bear Safety in the Backcountry By Marcus Weiner Alaska bear safety is important knowledge to have to be fully prepared before going on fishing and hunting. Fishing and hunting in Alaska is among the finest in the nation. Salmon, trout and a wide range of resident species are abundant and grow to impressive sizes. […]

E-Z Anchor Puller Blog Fish Alaska Partner E-Z Anchor Puller Mfg. Co. has over 30 years experience in providing a “better way to anchor.” Founded in 1990 by a George L. Towns, a Navy veteran who

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