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Category: Alaska Fishing Gear Tips

Fish Alaska magazine contributors love gear and here you can learn about rain gear, sonar systems, fly-tying materials, and more.

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, […]

By Marcus Weiner Rain gear is a critical component of an outdoorsman’s wardrobe in Alaska. It often rains in the 49th state, and if you are heading to places in Southeast such as Ketchikan, where ov

By Jeremy Anderson  As this next summer of Alaska fishing gets closer to reality it’s time to think about what gear you need to have a great trout season. There is gear that helps you catch more fish and be more organized. There is also gear that helps you release trout back into the water […]

By Michael Lunde The long Alaska winter offseason is typically spent reminiscing over summer fishing stories alongside a cozy cabin campfire. During the Christmas holidays, the majority of department

By Melissa Norris Some people are amazingly talented and creative. And most people cannot resist getting gifts for new babies. It is just too much fun to make or buy something special for the little cuties. My husband and I just had our first child this summer, and as known fishing and hunting enthusiasts, our […]

As a fishing family—not to mention the fact I’m more than nine months pregnant for the first time—it is time for us to really think about waders for kids. Waders are great for kids in Alaska and

Some jokingly refer to the mosquito as Alaska’s state bird. The size and ferocity of our state horde is notorious, annoying and, if you’ve happened to check out this infographic making the social media rounds, a little worrisome. It’s true, some mosquitoes do carry diseases that can incapacitate or even kill you. But for the […]

Blog Post by Steve Meyer I know a hunter/fisherman who always kept his hunting and fishing equipment neatly placed in his garage, everything with a clear order, all pristine and ready for use. I was i

A pair of socks with the name “heat holders” aroused my interest when I received them with an invitation to try them out. Now cold feet (and cold hands) are my nemeses in the hunting/fishing world. I can be sweating all over the rest of my body and still have numb fingers and toes. Thus, […]

Alaska is unique in that often we travel great distances and encounter extreme conditions in pursuit of the trophies our great state has to offer. It’s for these reasons that we have to trust and ho

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