June 2005 | Southeast to Southwest Special Saltwater Issue
Editor’s Creel 6
Alaska Traveler 14
Fishing for a Compliment 22
Advertiser Index 90
Fish Recipe 92
Proscuitto-Apple Salmon with
Honey Mustard Vinaigrette
by Chef Al of the Kincaid Grill.
Final Drift 98
Fish Alaska Pro-Pointer 11
Troll the Grim Reefer to Better Success. Here’s a set-up diagram that will get you down to where the fish are
with gear that almost guarantees success!
Whale Pass, Kodiak 82
Where the salmon and halibut play—The waters between Kodiak and Afognak Island put on quite a show for those wanting thefull Alaska experience.
by E. Donnall Thomas
by Jim DiMaggio
Get “down to it” with this helpful Fish Alaska How-to, complete with charts that will help you hit the “strike zone.”
Fishing with SuperLine
by Greg Brush
This tough stuff is catching on, beyond saltwater, and is now used in some rather innovative ways. Here’s a Fish Alaska exclusive How-to that shows you the braid.
How Do Fish Taste & Smell?
by Daniel Bagur
Not how they taste and smell to you, but the science behind how fish senses work. Part three of a series.
by Terry W. Sheely
Saltwater and Freshwater of Southeast. This fish-fat hinge of the ABC islands produces an unforgettable experience.
The Outer Limits
by Captain Jake Jordan
Join Captain Jake Jordan as he assists in the birth of a new charter company that specializes in the roughest, toughest big-game fish in Alaska: Salmon Shark.
Sitka Saltwater Adventure
by Dave Atcheson
A Fish Alaska Destination, explore the history and spoils of southeast Alaska with Dave Atcheson.
COVER / CJ Christiansen and Jon Moyle with an Old Harbor lunker. © Bill Munro