But how are salmon managed for the benefit of all? How do salmon shape cultures? How do they influence society in this 21st century?
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
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.
When that choice is entirely up to you, remember that the gravel needs those eggs way more than your bait cooler does. Yeah, hens matter…but more importantly, BIG hens matter. Just let her go.
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
Kenai National Wildlife Refuge & Kenai Riverside Fishing Blog & photos by Dave Maternowski, Alaska Wildland Adventures Fall combo trips: the Kenai Peninsula & Kenai National Wildlife Refug
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
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
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