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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.

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Each year at Fish Alaska magazine, we make our way through piles of gear, testing, re-testing and winnowing down the competition until we can tell you with confidence the products that are going to keep you stylish, safe and catching fish. All that research gets compiled into our Fish Alaska gear review, published each March […]

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

Winter Chores for the Angler By Scott Haugen While the open-water fishing season might be over that doesn’t mean there’s nothing for anglers to do. Always with an eye towards next spring, when bre

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How to Properly Store your Boat It is a sad day. The ocean is rough, the rivers are dropping fast, the banks are iced over and the snow is falling. For all but the insanely hardcore Alaska angler, it is time to store your boat and curl up by the fire. As a professional fishing […]

Team CC in Wasilla has been awarded the coveted Suzuki Super Service Award for 2013. Fish Alaska is pleased to share this information about their advertising customer. The award is only given to those

Blog Post by Troy Letherman Clearly an essential piece of equipment for Alaska anglers (I’ve wet-waded twice, on purpose, in fifteen years of fishing in our great, but chilly, state), waders are als

I don’t know how many stages of gear-mongering I’ve passed through, but the answer is almost certainly more than a few. At times I’ve gathered equipment like a conquistador pillaging three-quarters of Central America; a year or so later the pendulum might swing towards a more restrained outlook, and then I might go an entire […]

Blog Post by Troy Letherman In the 1970s, when we first started halibut fishing off the Deep Creek coast of Cook Inlet, we used herring for bait on J hooks—hooks you had to be on all the time and re

This blog post comes to us from Fish Alaska contributing editor and Pacific Northwest salmon and steelhead guide JD Richey, who can be reached through his website. Without exception, when the weather

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