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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.

Best Kids Gear for Alaska’s Outdoor Families: Plus a Few Tips

https://youtu.be/zVk5ezj-06g by Melissa Norris and Nelli Williams Best kids boots, coats, rainwear, waders and more as rated by the creators of Fish Alaska magazine. Two Alaska Moms offer their sage advice as industry Read More...

Best Kids Gear for Alaska’s Outdoor Families: Plus a Few Tips2021-06-22T12:45:02-08:00

Changing Climate in America’s Salmon Forest

A Changing Climate in America’s Salmon ForestStory by Mark Hieronymus The before and after pictures of a rain-on-snow flood. The arrow in the lower image indicates where the new channel formed during Read More...

Changing Climate in America’s Salmon Forest2021-05-18T11:09:40-08:00

Handling Trout

The Importance of Proper Handling of a Trophy TroutBy Nigel Fox, Alaska Drift Away Fishing Reviving a rainbow while measuring length on the measuring board. If there is one thing we Read More...

Handling Trout2021-05-06T10:08:03-08:00

Hope for Resurrection Creek

Resurrection Creek BlogStory by Jenny Weis, Trout Unlimited Alaska Hope for Resurrection Creek A good bet for anyone in search of a spot to take a kid to catch their first salmon is Read More...

Hope for Resurrection Creek2021-04-01T09:18:56-08:00

Regional Groups Build Resilient Fisheries, Communities Across Alaska

Nationwide, fish-habitat projects taken on by regional groups called Fish Habitat Partnerships are changing communities for the better through research, restoration, protection, and education.

Regional Groups Build Resilient Fisheries, Communities Across Alaska2021-01-27T09:10:58-09:00

Conversation with Hunter and Conservationist Tia Shoemaker

Hunting is not only how Tia makes a living, it’s how she provides for herself and her family. She likes to say that after her guiding season she “switches from Boone and Crocket to Spoon and Crockpot.”

Conversation with Hunter and Conservationist Tia Shoemaker2021-01-20T10:11:20-09:00

A Team Effort: Conserving Alaska’s Fisheries

The Alaska staff, members, and volunteers of Trout Unlimited envision a future where visitors and our communities value, care for, and enjoy resilient, clean, and healthy waters where salmon and trout thrive.

A Team Effort: Conserving Alaska’s Fisheries2020-12-30T11:41:23-09:00

Melanie Brown: Bristol Bay Salmon Mama

When Melanie Brown was 10 years old, her mom decided it was time for her to begin fishing the family’s setnet site on the Naknek River in Bristol Bay.

Melanie Brown: Bristol Bay Salmon Mama2020-12-31T12:58:37-09:00

Trout Unlimited Alaska

Let's Talk About Trout Unlimited Alaska Trout Unlimited is a national non-profit organization that is driven by the mission "To conserve, protect and restore North America's coldwater fisheries and their watersheds." Their activity Read More...

Trout Unlimited Alaska2020-12-31T14:41:06-09:00

Tongass & Salmon: A Way of Life in Southeast Alaska

Tongass National Forest Blog by Kayla Roys, Trout Unlimited Fishing an alpine lake in southeast Alaska. © Sydney Akagi Photography Those who know southeast Alaska likely and rightly imagine mountains erupting Read More...

Tongass & Salmon: A Way of Life in Southeast Alaska2020-10-15T14:36:42-08:00

Mines in Canada Jeopardize Alaska Fisheries

Mines and mining errors or worse – failures – in Canada threaten powerhouse Alaska king salmon and silver salmon fisheries in Southeast.

Mines in Canada Jeopardize Alaska Fisheries2020-12-31T14:40:30-09:00

Bristol Bay Salmon Fishing: Man of Salmon

Bristol Bay Salmon Fishing: Man of Salmon An Interview with Triston Chaney Triston Chaney and his brother aboard their grandpa's gillnetter in Bristol Bay. Bristol Bay salmon fishing is a way Read More...

Bristol Bay Salmon Fishing: Man of Salmon2020-08-20T09:03:11-08:00

Conservation: Helping the Wild Places that Help Us

As an angler and outdoor enthusiast, the decline in outdoor recreation saddened and somewhat baffled me. I was slightly buoyed by the fact that fishing ranked second place in popularity for children (behind biking), and adults (behind running).

Conservation: Helping the Wild Places that Help Us2020-12-31T14:39:28-09:00

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