August 2011 | Wandering Haines Alaska
Editor’s Creel 6
Fishing For a Compliment 12
Tackle Tech 18
Salmon Sense 20
EZ Limits: A Guide’s Angle 22
Fish Alaska Boats 26
Fish Alaska Fly 30
Tight Lines 32
Fish Alaska Recipe 78
Advertiser Index 80
Final Drift 82
Fish Alaska Travel: Wandering Haines
by Andrew Cremata
Weird fishing in a beautiful setting freaks out Andrew Cremata, but it doesn’t stop him from catching fish! Here is beauty and bounty with just a little bit of spooky thrown in for good measure!
Fish Alaska Fly: Spey & Switch
by Fred Talleen
With so many options to choose from, Fred Telleen finally has gone over to the Spey side. Learning that using two hands are definitely better than one when it comes to the power required to fish some of the bigger rivers Alaska has to offer, Fred whips up some water with a big two-hander.
Boxing the Baker’s Dozen
by Cecilia “Pudge” Kleinkauf
Boxes and boxes of flies. Which ones to use? Pudge Kleinkauf straightens it all out with the coolest boxes in which to keep the various types of flies we use in Alaska.
Fish Alaska All-Tackle: Coho Extreme
by JD Richey
Don’t let high or low water situations send you running home . . . JD Richey fishes the toughest conditions and shares his expertise that produces results in rough water of any kind.
Fish Alaska Travel: Petersburg Potpourri
by Terry Sheely
Join Terry Sheely on a tour of “Little Norway.” Fishing, eating and sight-seeing wrap up a very entertaining package of Alaska, southeast-style.
COVER/A beautiful day in Alaska. Photo © Jim Klug