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Flashers: Pro-Trollin’ Proficiency Story & photos by George Krumm Flashers: the hottest current technique for icing Chinook and coho salmon up and down the west coast is undoubtedly Pro-Trollin’ The technique was employed first on the Columbia River in eastern Washington and Oregon several years ago. Its use has since migrated west down the Columbia […]
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Kodiak Island article by Fish Alaska Staff Magnificent Kodiak Island: Fishing Overview Kodiak Island, also known as the Emerald Isle, conjures thoughts of fertile, fish-filled waters, lush mountainsides, and of course, the iconic Kodiak brown bear. Situated in the Gulf of Alaska about 250 miles from Anchorage, separated from mainland Alaska by Shelikof Strait, Kodiak Island is […]
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Day-tripping Lake Clark, the Newhalen River, and the Tazimina River When I learned I’d be visiting Talarik Creek Lodge in early August, I realized I would be pushing a new pin in my Alaska travel map. Lake Iliamna is located at the north end of the Alaska Peninsula in the heart of Bristol Bay, just […]

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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Story and Photos by John Cleveland Tsiu River Adventure An Alaska fishing adventure is the ultimate experience; it’s full immersion therapy in one of Mother Nature’s most majestic settings. Personally, I have found it cathartic to wade into the currents of Alaska’s wild rivers and rinse the soil of urban living from my soul. And […]

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 t

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A fish finder is an instrument used to locate fish underwater by detecting reflected pulses of sound energy. Today’s standards use a graphical display to locate schools of fish, temperature, debris and the bottom of a body of water, which can be integrated between a marine radar, compass and navigation systems. They are used in […]

As fishermen in Alaska we have the need to carry bear defense products in various scenarios. When we are fishing and hiking in the backcountry of our great state, there are any number of modes of tran

Having hiked extensively in bear country Tim Rubbert has also engrossed himself in bear education. He has written two books, Hiking Safely in Grizzly Country and Hiking with Grizzlies: Lessons Learned

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