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Category: Salmon Articles

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Article & Photos by Melissa Norris “Twice as big as Texas yet with fewer roads than Delaware,” it reads on the Alaska Department of Fish and Game website, “Alaska presents unique recreational access challenges.” That’s undeniably true, yet even still, bank fishing for silvers can be accomplished in many places on the road system in […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 8, 2017 CONTACT: Ricky Gease (907) 398-2260 Prudent conservation measures will help restore shrinking returns ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – The Alaska Board of Fisheries on Monday unanimously approved a proposal from a coalition of sport fishing advocates to strengthen protections on the Kenai River for early run king salmon. The changes to […]

Prime Time for Southeast Kings Story and photos by Terry W. Sheely There may be better places to catch king salmon than Southeast, but not as consistently, not from May into September, and not in so m

The Good, the Bad & the Ugly Story & Photos by  Greg Brush The long faces in my boat told the story quite clearly: disappointment had set in, attitudes were faltering and my guests were m

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Nush Silver Story and photos by Marcus Weiner As I set foot on the shores of the Nushagak for the first time, my impression of the river is more intimate than I expected, as traffic is down to a few boats plying the water for silvers, manning the ADF&G sonar station, or simply traveling from […]

Alaska’s King Salmon Story and photo by Marcus Weiner My fishing partner and I have spent the last three hours hooking one chrome sockeye after another, landing one in five and relishing the hot

Fishing with Larry Csonka Story by Melissa Norris You’ll want to tune in on March 26th at 12:30 PM ET to NAPA’s North to Alaska hosted by Larry Csonka and Audrey Bradshaw on the Outdo

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By JD Richey I’ve said it a thousand times…silver salmon can drive you nuts! Especially since they often hold in slow, snaggy, “bassy” water that’s typically best covered by casting hardware like spinners, spoons and plugs. Which is not a big deal—if they’re in the mood to bite lures. But here’s the rub: Coho aren’t […]

Five Wacky Tricks for Finicky Coho by Greg Brush If you’ve fished silvers before, you likely know that they can be one of the most unpredictable salmon around. These great gamefish can try to rip th

Story and photo by Scott Haugen For many anglers around the world, their dream trip consists of nothing more than landing high numbers of salmon in a single day. If this is your goal, pink salmon are

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  by JD Richey So, let’s just say you’re heading deep into the Alaska bush on a week-long float trip where you might encounter trout, Dollies, several species of salmon, steelhead, grayling, pike and maybe even lakers or sheefish…and you can only take one lure with you. What’s it going to be? For me, it’s […]

Story and photos by JD Richey We’d found silver salmon nirvana. Hiking several miles up a remote stream in Southeast, we rounded a bend and there it was. A 7-foot waterfall . . . below it a hole

How much do you know about Alaska’s favorite gamefish? Find out here! by Greg Brush Make no mistake, Alaska’s giant native rainbows are hugely popular amongst serious fly fishermen. A

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