June 2013 | Saltwater Special
by Troy Letherman
Editor Troy Letherman asks some of Alaska’s veteran saltwater captains where in our great state they’d rather be fishing—if not so busy hauling in spectacular catches for their clients from their home ports, that is.
A Day on the Edge
by Steve Meyer
Setting out from Homer, join Steve Meyer for an action-filled day of saltwater adventure, targeting halibut and rockfish at the edge of the Gulf of Alaska.
by JD Richey
Veteran author and Fish Alaska contributing editor JD Richey takes you inside this increasingly popular technique for wrangling the tastiest creatures from the sea.
Neets Bay Salmon
by Terry Sheely
Locally referred to as “Sarah,” the Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association hatchery in Neets Bay is responsible for a few million salmon that fill fish boxes from Wrangell to Ketchikan, Point Baker to Hollis.
Admiralty Island, Wilderness of Plenty
by Howard Jensen
Come along with author Howard Jensen as he explores the bountiful saltwater angling opportunities while fishing from one of southeast Alaska’s wilderness outposts, where there is as much to see as there is to catch.
The Art of Ray Troll
by George Krumm
You’ve seen the artwork, of course, probably on a t-shirt but maybe also hanging on a gallery wall or even driving through Anchorage on the sides of ADF&G’s mobile classroom. Meet the man behind some of the most singularly Alaskan art you can find.