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Category: Gear Blog

Alaska Fishing Gear Blog

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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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 […]

With the Optimus 360, boaters can rest assured that the ease of navigating in tight and busy areas will bring a sense of relief.

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As the holidays rapidly approach, our editors poured over the endless options of gear for outdoorsmen to provide you with a list of possibilities to please anglers of all skill levels, ages and genders.
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Custom Spyderco Knives By Spyerdco, Inc. Custom Spyderco Knives: Innovation Combined with Timeless Design Originally founded in 1976 by Sal and Gail Glesser, Spyderco has earned a reputation for building innovative folding knives and fixed blades that embody their Reliable High Performance slogan. While many of their innovations are commonplace in the knife industry today, […]

Waders for up-and-coming anglers demand a higher-end, good-looking, feature-rich wader. That is exactly what is in the works with our friends at Caddis.

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Fishing Success blog by George Krumm Some anglers have the uncanny ability to consistently out fish everyone around them. I have had the great fortune to fish with some that definitely fall into that category. I’ve observed keenly as I fished with them, and I’ve fished with some of them many times. I’ve noticed things […]

Some aspects of Alaska seem to never change, their presence an unwavering constant. Alaska native culture is steeped in steadfast tradition. The shedding of musk ox qiviut each spring is just as const

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Troubleshooting your boat trailer lights Trailer lights giving you trouble? May is a wonderful time in Alaska. Spring chases winter up to the mountain peaks, rivers begin to rise as the long days melt the snow, and summer toys are pulled from their long hibernation. Getting gear ready is an exciting event. Each piece brings […]

By Marcus Weiner My favorite way to troll for salmon in saltwater is to employ a downrigger. It allows for precision placement of whatever bait or lure (collectively termed baits) you use to attract s

Gifts for fishermen in 2018 It’s that time of year again when people across the country are hard at work figuring out what gifts to give their angling-crazed friends and family. We put our heads tog

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