Alaska Fish Conservation

Alaska fish conservation is paramount to us at Fish Alaska, and here you can read about Kenai kings, Trout Unlimited, Pebble Mine, the Susitna River, and how to catch and release the right way.

Eklutna Salmon’s Long Journey Home

River Restoration at Eklutna River Story by Eric Booton In 1929, a 70-foot-tall, 100-foot-wide concrete dam was built on the Eklutna River blocking the journey of all five species of wild Alaska Read More...

Eklutna Salmon’s Long Journey Home2023-05-26T13:25:21-08:00

The Deshka River, a Sportfish Haven and Science Subject

The Deshka River Story by Marian Giannulis It’s not easy to stand out among Alaska’s many famed and beloved rivers, but one stream in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley is of particular importance to Read More...

The Deshka River, a Sportfish Haven and Science Subject2023-05-01T11:23:48-08:00

The Gear You Need to Minimize Your Angler Impact

Fishing conservation story and photos by Marian Giannulis Whether you’re planning your first fishing trip to Alaska or you’re a seasoned resident angler, the basic gear you need to minimize impacts to Read More...

The Gear You Need to Minimize Your Angler Impact2023-03-06T09:50:23-09:00

Big Fish Stories from Bristol Bay

Bristol Bay Big Fish Stories from 2022 Story by Meghan Barker Following a record-breaking 2022 sockeye salmon season, we checked in with Trout Unlimited Save Bristol Bay Guide Ambassadors and other friends Read More...

Big Fish Stories from Bristol Bay2022-12-26T12:34:04-09:00

Nature Knows Best

Nature Knows Best: Stream restoration recreates natural features found in healthy salmon streams Story by Marian Giannulis Photos by Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition A remote salmon stream in the Tongass National Forest, Read More...

Nature Knows Best2022-11-21T17:45:23-09:00

Creating a Tribal Restoration Workforce

Creating a Tribal Restoration Workforce Story and photos by Marian Giannulis The rain slowly fell on a cool May morning as a small crowd of people gathered in a pullout alongside an Read More...

Creating a Tribal Restoration Workforce2022-09-29T16:18:11-08:00

Eklutna River Update

A Future for the Eklutna River: Returning water and salmon to a Southcentral stream Story by Eric Booton In early September 2021, I walked the upper reaches of the Eklutna River canyon Read More...

Eklutna River Update2022-07-26T11:38:31-08:00

Fishing Education

Story and photos by Nelli Williams  A few years ago, my kids were playing with friends at a park in Anchorage. The newly built playground was near a gravel bar and medium-sized Read More...

Fishing Education2022-06-29T08:54:08-08:00

Bristol Bay Guide Academy

Meet the Next Generation of Bristol Bay Flyfishing Guides Story and photos by Meghan Barker It’s 7 a.m. on opening day of fishing in Bristol Bay. A crew of sleepy, but eager teenagers Read More...

Bristol Bay Guide Academy2022-05-16T15:41:55-08:00

Restoring Cook Inlet Chinooks

Restoring Cook Inlet Chinooks Story by Marian Giannulis If you are fishing in Alaska with the hope of catching the official state fish—the Chinook, or king salmon—there’s a chance you will wet your Read More...

Restoring Cook Inlet Chinooks2022-04-12T13:24:14-08:00

Susitna Salmon Country and a 100-plus-mile Road

Story and photos by Eric Booton Susitna River tributaries are dynamic, exceedingly productive, conducive to numerous fishing techniques, and plentiful. Thousands of river miles create valuable habitat for large populations of salmon, rainbow Read More...

Susitna Salmon Country and a 100-plus-mile Road2022-04-01T12:58:55-08:00

Best Trout Fishing Gear

Trout Unlimited : Best Trout Fishing Gear Staff Picks Story by Dave Atcheson There is no bad weather, only bad gear.” This is a saying that not only pertains to clothing and gear, Read More...

Best Trout Fishing Gear2022-02-21T13:35:19-09:00

Susitna River Basin: an Inspiring Alaska Wilderness Float

Whitewater and Wild Rainbows  But public access at risk by proposal to strip Susitna River Basin of “Recreational River” status Story by Eric Booton Airborne, we crossed Cook Inlet and began tracing the Susitna River north. My twin sister, Read More...

Susitna River Basin: an Inspiring Alaska Wilderness Float2022-02-03T09:01:14-09:00


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