Pebble Mine Project and The Bears of McNeil By Bjorn Dihle Pebble Mine Project & the Bears of McNeil In the late 1990s Drew Hamilton followed an old timer who lived on a homestead in Alaska’s
Custom Spyderco Knives By Spyerdco, Inc. Custom Spyderco Knives: Innovation Combined with Timeless Design Originally founded in 1976 by Sal and Gail Glesser, Spyderco has earned a reputation for build
How to Fly Fish Written by Ben Rowell Know someone who has wanted to learn how to fly fish but for one reason or another hasn’t taken the plunge? I do. I’ve had so many people tell me they want to
Just 15 miles south of the world-famous Kenai River lays a hidden gem that may be a smaller river but has king-size stature.
Waders for up-and-coming anglers demand a higher-end, good-looking, feature-rich wader. That is exactly what is in the works with our friends at Caddis.
Each steelhead is like a miracle, a gift out of time, a prehistoric primal beast. And each one we valued more than the last.
Ocean Conditions Blog by George Krumm Photo courtesy of Kodiak Legends Lodge All up and down the west coast, most Chinook stocks are “at a period of low abundance.” There are many reasons why. S
Fishing Success blog by George Krumm Some anglers have the uncanny ability to consistently out fish everyone around them. I have had the great fortune to fish with some that definitely fall into that
Some aspects of Alaska seem to never change, their presence an unwavering constant. Alaska native culture is steeped in steadfast tradition. The shedding of musk ox qiviut each spring is just as const
Feeder Kings blog by John Averill Pursuing saltwater feeder king salmon in southcentral Alaska It was mid-September 2018 in Kenai, Alaska and we were experiencing a 100-year weather event. It had been