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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

Story & Photo By Nick Ohlrich As summer draws near and rivers begin to swell into their summer size, a quick buffing-up on the practice of reading water probably can’t hurt. I spend th

by Capt. Chad Matthews O’Fish’ial Charters of Alaska Now that you have a freezer full of salmon after fishing with O’Fish’ial Charters, let’s start putting it to good use! Our featured recip

Blog Post by Nick Ohlrich First of all, what is CFS? CFS refers to cubic feet per second, and it is used to measure river flow. That being said, we can already start thinking back to times when we fished high water, low water, average water, and the relation to where fish were holding in […]

Dog salmon are terrific fighters on a fly rod. Blog Post by Fred Fraikor Maybe it’s the nickname “dog” salmon, purportedly because natives felt chum salmon were not as tasty as the other species

Blog Post by Marcus Weiner Long after that slab-sided coho went into the fish box, or the trophy trout was released back into the river, your photos remain as evidence of an epic catch or priceless moment. Looking at the photo brings back a flood of memories of the day or trip, and the better […]

Asleep, the Captain dreamed away when the alarm went off at 5 a.m., rolled over, hit the snooze, the alarm again called at 5:10 a.m., then again at 5:20. The Captain darted out of bed,

Blog Post by George Krumm Fishing blind: I hate it. There is a bit of mystery in the depths of lakes. The flat, wide expanse of water gives few clues as to what lies beneath or to where the trout might be.  Subtle changes on the lake bottom are often key to success in stillwater, […]

We come from the land of ice and snow, From the midnight sun where the hot springs blow. Hammer of the gods will drive our ships to new land, To fight the horde, sing and cry: Valhalla, I am coming! &

I’ll never forget my first day on the Little Ku. We’d spent the previous afternoon exploring a remote, nameless headwater in the vast system of rivers, creeks, and lakes that make up southwest Alaska’s Bristol Bay watershed. We’d had the place to ourselves except for the bears, and we’d caught an interesting mixture of rainbows, […]

  By Marcus Weiner  I light up a cigar, and not your run-of-the-mill, dollar-store stogie, but rather a high-end, dark-wrapped import that lasts an hour and promises both bad breath and a li

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