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Tag: Kodiak Island

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 […]
Kodiak Combos Jeff Peterson Old Harbor June 2, 2016 We started the season off right here in Kodiak out of Old Harbor. We were trolling kings with whole herring rigged on Gamakatsu hooks on a Seeker Hercules rod with 30-pound Fluorocarbon line. Fish Alaska’s 2016 Fishing Report for Kodiak Island Check back for updates from around […]
The Kings of Kodiak By Troy Letherman It’s cool in the shadows of Kodiak twilight,calendar be damned, but having settled on fleece rather than Gore-Tex—constant shilly-shallying between rain and sun had marked the day’s atmospheric conditions—I’m at last free to enjoy a little late-night stroll without fear of soaking through again before returning to my tent. […]

Larsen Bay By Melissa Norris The ancient village of Larsen Bay lays nestled in a stunning valley off a narrow fjord on the western coast of Kodiak Island. Just 60 miles southwest from the city of Kodi

By Marcus Weiner Fishing in Old Harbor, Alaska There are still many wild places in Alaska where the waters teem with fish. Old Harbor, Kodiak, is surely one of them. From salmon to halibut, cod to ro

More Kodiak Island: Overview Articles Businesses Fish Stocking Updates Nicknamed Alaska’s Emerald Isle, Kodiak Island is one of the top places to fish salmon, halibut, lingcod, rock fish, and more! Kodiak Island Overview Kodiak Island was scraped into its present form by the massive glaciers of the Pleistocene Ice Age, which ended 11,000 years ago. […]

Emerald Island Silver and More Story and Photos by George Krumm As I looked out the window of the Era Aviation turboprop I wondered if the rain and wind were going to allow us to fish. It had been iff

Story by Marcus Weiner “I left at about noon for some trolling at one of my hotspots; had one on but never did see it,” writes Captain Jeff Peterson in his May 11, 2011, fishing report. “I put a

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