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by Troy Letherman The hallmark of fishing for rainbow trout in the Last Frontier lies in the species’ highly migratory nature—and in their reliance on the life cycle of the Pacific salmon for food. However, that very dependence on the salmon makes Alaska’s trout at least mildly predictable, even in their seasonal migrations. Regardless, you’ll need the […]

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

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

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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. Both are available on Amazon. We appreciate Tim taking the time to participate in this Bear Safety Q&A with Fish Alaska’s Publisher. Bear Safety […]

8 Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for Alaskan Moms by Melissa Norris Are you looking for ideas to spoil your amazing Mom for Mother’s Day? Then consider these Alaska-style gifts that are sure to be usefu

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Story & Photos By Troy Buzalsky In the May 2017 issue of Fish Alaska, Troy Buzalsky penned a Boats Column dedicated to helping boating anglers achieve salmon-season success, detailing several techniques to get the job done. Here he continues with some information on the right terminal tackle setups for these techniques, as well as mastering the tides, […]

Story & Photos by Jeremy Anderson Taking care of your boat is a very important part of recreating on the water, keeping you safe, having fun and making your day on the water stress-free. If you

by Melissa Norris Right now, despite the non-summer chill in the air, you can drop everything you are doing, pack your Xtratufs, Grundéns and perhaps some lunch, and then head down the Sterling Highw

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by Troy Letherman In this part of Alaska, heading south by road will eventually take you to only one place. After the scenic bend around Turnagain Arm, after tracing miles of the turquoise upper Kenai, after passing through Sterling and Soldotna and roadside meadows resplendent with patches of blooming fireweed and wild geraniums, lupine and Jacob’s […]

Homer Halibut DIY by David Bayes | photos by Hastings A. Frank If you are thinking about targeting halibut on a do-it-yourself trip, there is no better place to start than Homer.  Aptly name

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A Day on the Salt Fishing the Salt Frontier from Homer Story & Photos by Steve Meyer The rhythm of the waves pounded the bow of the aluminum boat before it came to a stop, and I braced myself for the crash, which came seconds later as we fell into a swell trough and salt […]

SEWARD, ALASKA: Prince of Ports Alaska is filled with beautiful places. Most of those beautiful places offer exceptional fishing of one sort or another. But there are few places in Alaska that compare

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