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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

The Importance of Proper Handling of a Trophy TroutBy Nigel Fox, Alaska Drift Away Fishing If there is one thing we all can do better when trout fishing, it is properly handling our catch before it is released. Everyone is guilty of mishandling trout. Even as a guide, over the years it’s happened to me […]

Scott Murdock ties some of the most exquisite Atlantic salmon flies you've ever seen. He also ties some killer spring grayling flies. Learn more about Murdock's work in the April edition of "Behind th

Layering Tips Blog and Photos by Nick Ohlrich Tips on Layering Properly The saying, “There’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad gear,” really hits home in Alaska, where the ability to stay warm and dry on an outing can make or break the experience and even save your life.  As a fishing guide […]

Resurrection Creek BlogStory by Jenny Weis, Trout Unlimited Alaska Hope for Resurrection Creek A good bet for anyone in search of a spot to take a kid to catch their first salmon is to target pinks at

The Holitna River has an overabundance of northern pike. Targeting them either with gear or on the fly, Alaskan Adventures knows where, how and what to use to constantly put fish over 40” on the end of your line.

Catching the Iliamna Lake Monster by Bjorn Dihle On a calm September day, a group of moose hunters sat in their skiff on Iliamna Lake on the Alaska Peninsula. The men noticed what looked like two big,

Blog by Joe Jackson “For the curve of learning is a meander, the shape of a spring creek on a valley floor…” -Ted Leeson Full Circle with Shann Jones There are a lot of full circles in the life of Shann Jones: The signature of a rising grayling, the wrap of a soft hackle, and […]

Sheefish at Alaskan Adventures BlogStory and photos provided by Dan Paull Sheefish are one of the most unique species we fish for at the Alaskan Adventures lodge. Only native to five drainages in the

Like many others before him, Smith is drawn to fly tying for the self-sufficiency it gives him. He soon realized that he could tie as many flies as he wanted—being limited only by materials and time

Quality fish care makes a huge difference. We were so impressed on our trip to Kodiak Legends Lodge that we wanted to give you a step-by-step guide to perfecting your halibut filleting techniques.

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