Boating Accessories Part 1

Boating accessories are among the most impactful items you can add to your boat to make it fish better. In this video, Fish Alaska Editor George Krumm shares information Read More...

Boating Accessories Part 12022-11-01T12:05:12-08:00

Making Spey Swivels

by George Krumm Spey swivels prevent twist in your running line, thereby reducing the frustration and downtime that twisted, coiled, kinked running line causes. They make your running line perform Read More...

Making Spey Swivels2022-09-30T15:35:15-08:00

Making Double Braided Loops

by George Krumm Double braided loops will help make the factory loops of your fly lines and sink-tips last indefinitely. They serve as the junction between sink-tips and leader material, or Read More...

Making Double Braided Loops2022-09-30T15:35:59-08:00

Twitching Jigs for Salmon

Tying Twitching Jigs for Salmon by George Krumm Twitching Jigs have become one of the most popular river salmon-fishing techniques over the past several years. It’s a technique that is hands-on, can Read More...

Twitching Jigs for Salmon2022-08-01T09:45:00-08:00

Mono Spinners

How to Make Mono Spinners (Soft Spinners) by George Krumm Every angler knows what a spinner is, but not nearly as many know what a mono spinner, sometimes called a soft spinner, Read More...

Mono Spinners2022-07-28T13:33:20-08:00

The Reaper: Halibut Rigging

By George Krumm Halibut rigging in Alaska often involves size 12/0 to 20/0 circle hooks fished on or near the bottom, baited with chunks of large herring, salmon parts, octopus, or other Read More...

The Reaper: Halibut Rigging2022-07-28T13:25:22-08:00

Salmon Rigging System

Saltwater salmon rigging in Alaska runs the gamut. We might be mooching during the morning tide change, and switching over to trolling with downriggers or lead after the tide change. The next Read More...

Salmon Rigging System2022-07-28T13:00:34-08:00


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