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Category: Destination Blog

Alaska Fishing Destinations Blog

Finding the perfect Alaska fishing destinations is easy with Fish Alaska guiding you! Find some great day trips, lodge stays, and more below.

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Alaska Fall Fishing Trips Fish Alaska magazine Editor Troy Letherman describes seven world-class trips to take this September. As autumn matures, days get shorter and termination dust settles atop most Alaska mountains, another change occurs as well, this one beneath the surface of the state’s many productive trout streams. On the banks and in the […]

A guide to Kenai River Fishing Etiquette: Some helpful points to avoid being “that guy” by Nick Ohlrich                   We’ve all been there, j

Fairbanks Fishing Options By Kevin Yokum In the midst of a wild, untamed land, my ears strained for a familiar sound. Nothing! No car horns, rush-hour traffic, ringing cell phones or other annoyances of civilization; just the river. The calming ease of the river’s gliding water, the occasional screech of a soaring eagle and joyful […]

I had the opportunity of a lifetime this past June to travel from Vancouver to Alaska with my 80-year-old grandpa. I learned a lot about faith, family, and fishing, as you’ll see as you follow u

If you plan an Alaska float trip to explore remote fisheries across the state, it often means solitude, untouched land, and willing biters of multiple species. It sharpens the skills of navigation, ca

For anglers living near or flying into Anchorage, Juneau and the Tongass National Forest of southeast Alaska can be easily overlooked, but we, and the folks at Hatch Magazine, think this “land of snow-capped alpine peaks, towering sitka spruce, harbors dotted with fishing vessels, float planes and tourist ships” is worthy of your attention. Whether […]

If you are looking to push the “Easy Button” for an Alaska adventure, Cordova might not make the top of the list, but its remoteness, beauty and myriad angling opportunities are enough to make a l

Blog Post by Troy Letherman The first true trout documented in the United States were cutthroat. They were caught by Silas Goodrich on June 13, 1805, and recorded for posterity in the journal of Capta

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