ice fishing

Fishing the Big Three

Fishing the Big Three Story and photos by Dennis Musgraves Beginning in late October sunlight starts fading daily, temperatures eventually drop to double-digit negatives and water surfaces become locked up harder than asphalt. Read More...

Fishing the Big Three2018-12-21T12:10:55-09:00

Cold Water Trout: Trophies Through the Ice

Sitting in the morning sun, icefishing trout has to be among the most relaxing fishing experience available; that is, unless your fishing partner happens to be a rabid ice-fishing derby participant. Four years Read More...

Cold Water Trout: Trophies Through the Ice2018-08-20T15:41:04-08:00

Big Lake Fishing Derby

Chris Daw held an air horn high above his head, gave a yell and pulled the trigger at exactly 10:00am.“BLAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAT.” So began the first Big Lake Fishing Derby on March 19, 2011. Story Read More...

Big Lake Fishing Derby2018-10-21T21:47:38-08:00

Ice Fishing Lines

Blog Post by Troy Letherman Clearly, serious hard-water anglers will need to choose lines dedicated to ice fishing. While many modern superlines will suffice in a pinch and offer some of the characteristics Read More...

Ice Fishing Lines2017-10-10T13:15:27-08:00

Last-Place Winner

As we planned for our first ice fishing derby we had no idea we could have left the tackle box at home and did just the same. Blog Post by Jehnifer Ehmann We Read More...

Last-Place Winner2018-10-14T21:36:33-08:00

Icefishing by Argo

For those of sound and sane mind, winter in Alaska is a time to tie flies, sharpen hooks, and oil reels. It's a time for snowmachining, skiing, and ice-skating and is generally the Read More...

Icefishing by Argo2018-10-21T22:25:08-08:00

Approach a New Lake

Approach a new lake with confidence and know-how By George Krumm You've all seen the pictures. Mammoth lake trout; stunning Arctic char, perhaps large northern pike or a limit of stocked rainbow trout; Read More...

Approach a New Lake2018-09-19T17:07:13-08:00

Icefishing in the Frozen Far North

Article and photos by Paul D. Atkins As during so many springs in the past, I fueled and oiled my snowmachine the night before. My wooden sled, made by one of my Native Read More...

Icefishing in the Frozen Far North2018-01-08T13:43:43-09:00


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