Tongass National Forest Blog by Kayla Roys, Trout Unlimited Those who know southeast Alaska likely and rightly imagine mountains erupting out of the saltwater coast and streams, lakes, rivers, and sal
Mines and mining errors or worse – failures – in Canada threaten powerhouse Alaska king salmon and silver salmon fisheries in Southeast.
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.
Fortunately, despite the downturn in king numbers, Alaska remains one of the all-time great fishing destinations, with most other salmon stocks, as well as freshwater species, doing quite well.
Alaska’s Bearclaw Lodge: A Multi-Species Adventure Article by Marcus Weiner Photos by Marcus Weiner & Melissa Norris Alaska’s Bearclaw Lodge Alaska’s Bearclaw Lodge sits on a private
Flashers: Pro-Trollin’ Proficiency Story & photos by George Krumm Flashers: the hottest current technique for icing Chinook and coho salmon up and down the west coast is undoubtedly Pro-Trol
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
Alaskan Fishing Adventures Story by Marcus Weiner, Photos by Brian Woobank Alaskan Fishing Adventures on the Kenai Peninsula: Good People and Good Angling “That’s as much fun as I’ve ever had wi
Kenai Peninsula Fishing blog by Nigel Fox The turn of the leaves and the cooler temperatures that come at the end of August signal a change of seasons in Alaska. Fall in Alaska, on the Kenai Pe
Russian River, Quartz Creek, Deep Creek, Kasilof River, Anchor River, and of course the Kenai River are all world-class fisheries that host thousands of anglers who come annually for the sole purpose