Story by Troy Buzalsky Heavy-gauge all-welded aluminum jet boats have always been near and dear to my heart. It might be because the first ankle-deep riffle I ever ran was achieved in an 18-foo
Story & Photo by Nigel Fox A fish-finder is an instrument used to locate fish underwater by detecting reflected pulses of sound energy. Today’s standards use a graphical display to loc
Bear Safety FAQ with Tim Rubbert by Melissa Norris Having hiked extensively in bear country Tim Rubbert has also engrossed himself in bear education. He has written two books, Hiking Safely in Grizzly
Know How to Act in Bear Country by Melissa Norris With the onset of summer-adventure season in the Last Frontier, May is Bear Awareness month at Fish Alaska. Many places throughout the state bring fis
Story & Photos by Jeremy Anderson Taking care of your boat is a very important part of recreating on the water, keeping you safe, having fun and making your day on the water stress-free.
Guest Editorial and Photos by Dennis Randa Watching a fish flounder before your eyes or watching them bleed out as a result of careless or inadvertently poor handling just isn’t a part of the Alaska
By Jeremy Anderson, Using a spin rod and bobber to float fish for rainbow trout can be one of the deadliest methods for targeting fish in moving water. The advantages of a spin rod and ree
Story & Photos by Scott Haugen Shallow, fast-moving rivers with select pocket-water typify many of Alaska’s king salmon streams. And when it comes to king fishing, the water commonly d
A Fish Alaska How-to Story and photo by Scott Haugen Tolerating pink salmon while targeting prized silvers can be a frustrating experience. Here’s how to beat the pinks and land more coho.
Alaska’s Kings and the Two-Handed Rod Story By Troy Letherman Searching for clemency from a winter spent locked away from the stream, many of Alaska’s fly anglers look to kings. The first