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Fishing in Anchorage Lakes by Dustin Slinker Open Water Fishing in Anchorage Lakes (April-October) Many of the lakes in the Anchorage bowl are easily accessed, with ample shoreline to fish along and p

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by Troy Letherman Meaning “river of plenty” in the Dena’ina language, the area near the present site of Talkeetna offered an abundant harvest for the Athabasca Indians who originally inhabited the area, hunting and fishing there for centuries, before, in the late 1890s, a trading station was built along the riverfront to supply trappers and […]

Story by Nick Ohlrich Photos by Alaska Drift Away Fishing This is going to be a big year. Sure, there is a presidential election in 2016, but more importantly, it’s a pink year on the Kenai.  The r

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Story & Photos by Jeremy Anderson Midsummer rainbow trout fishing offers more options than any other time of year, providing variety in your fishing as well as the kind of angling challenges that can suck you right in. On a day off I can look at all the factors for the day and make a spontaneous […]

Early-season Rainbows on the Middle Kenai By Nick Ohlrich For trout enthusiasts in Alaska, June 11 is a very important date. For some of us, it may even rival December 25. June 11 is the date the Ken

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by Leah Bowman, Bradley Smoker If you want to punch up the taste and flavors of that Alaska seafood offering for your next big dinner party, simply put your new Bradley Smoker to work with this easy and tasty recipe for fresh lingcod. INGREDIENTS FOR BRINE 1 cup salt 2 cups brown sugar 1 gallon […]

Moraine Creek Strategies By Larry Tullis Wading chest deep across the swift, clear current spooked numerous big rainbows, but I didn’t dare backup. The big brown bear was now just a couple rod-lengt

By E. Donnall Thomas, Jr.  I’m standing beside an unnamed creek that rises in the foothills of the Alaska Range and runs across a few miles of rolling tundra before emptying into one of the Bristol

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Story by Troy Letherman Alaska is unique, so it only makes sense that the state’s largest city is one of a kind as well. A thriving urban center home to more than a quarter of a million people, with the requisite dining, shopping, entertainment and other cosmopolitan highlights one would expect for a city of […]

Tying Your Own Leaders for Fall Fishing Success By Troy Letherman For Alaska fly anglers, proper leader construction is of fundamental concern when preparing to fish for our primary fall species:

Article by Kalb Stevenson, PhD Campbell Creek As the snow melts each year and spring gives way to summer, I know that I will again find myself daydreaming about walking the banks of Campbell Creek in

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