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Best Alaska Fishing Guides

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text] Best Alaska Fishing Guides by Region When it comes to choosing the best Alaska fishing guide or service, you can trust that Fish Alaska’s preferred guides & charters are expert-approved and able to Read More...

Best Alaska Fishing Guides2019-10-21T17:05:20-08:00

Alaska Air Services

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Alaska Air Services When it comes to choosing the best Alaska flight service, you can trust that Fish Alaska’s preferred businesses are expert-approved and able to make your Alaska trip a success. Our editors Read More...

Alaska Air Services2019-05-22T00:53:50-08:00

Fairbanks Fish Species

Fairbanks Fish Species From the beautiful arctic grayling to the fighting coho, fishing in Fairbanks is never dull! Rainbow Trout Fairbanks King Salmon Northern Pike Silver Read More...

Fairbanks Fish Species2017-10-01T08:22:19-08:00

Fairbanks Fish Stocking Updates

More Fairbanks: Overview Articles Fish Species Businesses Fish Stocking Updates Alaska Fish Stocking Update for Fairbanks Alaska Lake Fishing Information Back to Fairbanks Area Page

Fairbanks Fish Stocking Updates2018-02-13T10:33:48-09:00

Interior Silver Salmon

  Coho salmon, commonly referred to as silver salmon, are the second least abundant of the Pacific salmon, after Chinook, and within the 49th state, silvers range continuously from the far southern panhandle Read More...

Interior Silver Salmon2017-10-08T13:42:14-08:00

Fairbanks Northern Pike

Northern Pike Northern pike are opportunistic, voracious feeders programmed to eliminate the weak, and their keen predatory disposition is matched with endowments perfectly suited for the job. Fish are the preferred fodder for Read More...

Fairbanks Northern Pike2017-10-01T08:48:57-08:00

In Search of the Holy Grayling

By Darryl Quidort Of the various fish I’ve caught with a fly rod, grayling are my favorite. It’s not the difficulty of the endeavor, the fishing skill required or the great fighting ability Read More...

In Search of the Holy Grayling2018-12-21T12:34:10-09:00

Driving Grayling Airborne

Heavily Palmered Flies & the Skate By G.B. Barnard IV The Arctic grayling (Thymallus Arcticus (Pallus)) is a marvelous fish.  While the majority of Alaska predators key themselves directly around the nutritious annual Read More...

Driving Grayling Airborne2018-12-21T12:26:22-09:00

Arctic Icons

Arctic Icons By E. Donnall Thomas Jr. Grayling have probably saved more trips than any other fish in Alaska. Let me count the ways… For two straight days, we’d had plenty to worry Read More...

Arctic Icons2017-10-01T09:52:42-08:00

Interior Grayling

  By Matt Hage By the end of June, every road-accessible waterway in Alaska that holds even a rumor of a king salmon is buried under a tangled web of 60-pound test and Read More...

Interior Grayling2018-12-21T12:24:24-09:00

Fish U: Aquatic Education in Alaska

By Shann Paul Jones “It doesn’t matter if you believe in eating every fish that you catch or releasing all of them; I think we can all agree that wanton waste is a Read More...

Fish U: Aquatic Education in Alaska2018-12-21T12:03:16-09:00

Fairbanks Arctic Char

Fairbanks Arctic char are available throughout the Alaska angling season (including being a primary ice-fishing quarry for these area anglers. Primarily a stillwater fish, Arctic char will be found in different parts of Read More...

Fairbanks Arctic Char2018-09-26T11:36:41-08:00

Fairbanks Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout One of Alaska (and the world’s) most popular gamefish, the rainbow trout is not indigenous to the Tanana or Yukon drainages, but the species has been successfully stocked in more than Read More...

Fairbanks Rainbow Trout2017-10-01T08:44:12-08:00

Fairbanks King Salmon

King Salmon The least abundant of the five species of North America’s Pacific salmon—albeit also the largest—the Chinook salmon range south from near Point Hope just north of Kotzebue Sound to the Islands Read More...

Fairbanks King Salmon2017-10-01T08:51:52-08:00

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