August / September 2006 | Trophy Trout Tactics
Editor’s Creel 6
Alaska Traveler 10
Fishing for a Compliment 14
Advertiser Index 74
Final Drift 82
Mega Egg 24
Whether you like your eggs over easy, colored, or by the dozen you can choose from this Fish Alaska exclusive of two dozen methods to create an effective arsenal of egg patterns.
by Scott Sanchez
The Kodiak Clouser
by Dave Kilhefner
This bucktail fly is certainly no dumbell. Well, yes it is. That’s why it catches so many fish!
Tube Flies for Trout
by Tyson Radley O’Connell
Tyson Radley O’Connell ties an infinite number of tube flies that improve catch-and-release techniques, increase catch rates, improve durability and improve presentation. Here he shows Fish Alaska readers how.
by Troy Letherman
The unexpected beauties of southwest Alaska in spectacular images and lyrical prose. Photo essay by photographer Terry Gunn and Fish Alaska editor Troy Letherman.
by Scott Haugen
Be it silvers or trophy redsides, being where the fish are is imperative to catching them. This southwest Alaska location produces everything.
by Kathy Anderson
Associate publisher Kathy Anderson finds something different (and impressive) every time she goes to Sitka. This Southeast adventure adds to her treasure box of memories.
by Rene Limeres
Rene Limeres has a beautiful, wild adventure riding and fishing the rivers of southwest Alaska.
COVER / Tundra Rainbow. © Terry Gunn