July 2005 | Comprehensive Pacific Salmon Issue
Editor’s Creel 6
Alaska Traveler 12
Book Review 16
Fish Recipe 78
Roasted Alaskan Oysters
by Mick Hug of Mick’s at the Inlet.
Advertiser Index 79
Final Drift 82
How Do Fish See? 44
Part four in a Fish Alaska Science series.
by Daniel Bagur
Fish Alaska Road System, Kodiak 71
Try the Kodiak road system to fish coho with spinners they love to hate.
by publisher Marcus Weiner
Make Your Own Spinners 76
Fish Alaska demonstrates making your own spinners.
by Cecilia “Pudge” Kleinkauf
Get to the bottom for great returns with this wet fly.
Back-Trolling for Kings
by Scott Haugen
Scott Haugen shows you a slower technique for hot king action.
Flashers & Dodgers
by Chris Shaffer
Using the right attractors can certainly increase your catch. Using them the right way can make it even better.
by Dave Atcheson
Dave Atcheson suggests you find yourself on the calming waters of a lake for some relaxing fishing.
by Jim Teeny
Jim Teeny likes to fish for these scrappy little fish—the secret is light gear for a great experience.
by Andy Bullick
Timing the runs in western Alaska when fishing chum salmon makes an exciting trip for the experienced as well as novice fisherman.
by publisher Melissa Norris
With so many opportunities to choose from, this wild, and scenic river is always a prime choice.
COVER / An Alagnak chum salmon. © Wayne Norris