October / November 2004 | Southcentral Alaska Introspective
Editor’s Creel 6
Reader ‘s Lines 8
The Alaska Traveler 12
Alaska Fishing News 16
Book Review 22
Fishing For A Compliment 24
Fish Alaska Services Guide 76
Advertiser Index 77
Fish Recipe 78
Halibut Corn Cakes from Alaska’s Boardwalk Lodge
Final Drift 82
Fishing with Annette
Seven Steps to Survival
by Tom Watson
Tom Watson provides some excellent advice in this Fish Alaska exclusive How-to. Cut it out. Take it with you; it may save your life.
Ride into the Wild
by Dave Atcheson
Bicycle to these beautiful fishing destinations in Southcentral with Dave Atcheson.
Big Times at Big Lake
by George Krumm
Ice fishing for trophy char on one of the most accessible lakes in Alaska.
by Jerry Wylie
Clear streams and unspoiled beauty are where you will find these beautiful, voracious fish.
All in a Day’s Work
by Marcus Weiner
Publisher Marcus Weiner takes a whirlwind tour of Southcentral day-trips and makes some recommendations
Fish Alaska: Chenega
by Associate publishers Kathy Anderson and Pat Speranza
Associate publishers Kathy Anderson and Pat Speranza go fishing in the backyard of the beautiful Jumping Salmon Lodge.
Freezing Feet & Frozen Fish
Ice fishing Alaska’s interior lakes can be a rewarding social affair. The cold can also make “candy-asses” out of the best fishermen.
COVER/Wayne Norris with a giant char—float tubing has its rewards!© Marcus Weiner