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By Terry W. Sheely I was being warned: “Leave now ’n you’ll miss the biggest, meanest silvers of the year. Fish through September into October if the weather lets you. That’s when the big hooknoses come through and there’s nobody here. Just you and the fish and maybe a bear or two.” Ten years ago […]

By Terry W. Sheely Eight hundred and eighteen years ago, the poet politician and English lit major Geoffrey Chaucer almost declared that, “All roads in Juneau lead to fishing.” Almost. A little cr

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  Destination Juneau Capital Action in Alaska’s Capital City by Troy Letherman Alaska’s capital and third-largest city, Juneau is buffeted by towering, 3,800-foot-plus mountains on one side and the Gastineau Channel on the other. It’s situated in the heart of southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest and lush, varied terrain and wildflowers abound. The Mendenhall Glacier […]
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