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Silver Salmon

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ANCHORAGE is a sprawling city set in a wilderness setting. It sports the trappings of the modern world; all the products, services and providers one would find in any metropolis around the country can be found here. But when you look closer and take in the Chugach Range, Cook Inlet, the many lakes, creeks, trails and […]
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Top Ocean Coho Destinations by Marcus Weiner Alaska is replete with saltwater fishing destinations, where salmon and bottomfish can be found in amazing numbers. In several locations, anglers can catch both salmon and bottomfish during the same trip. In fact, in these prolific ports it’s common to see fish boxes stuffed with coho salmon, halibut, […]
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River Tactics for Coho Salmon Story by Jeremy Anderson Photos by Alaska Drift Away Fishing Silver salmon fishing is probably the most relaxing salmon fishing that Alaska offers. You don’t have the anxiety of waiting all day long for one chance at a king salmon and you can stay away from the hustle and bustle […]

By Troy Leatherman Three clearwater braids forked from the silty main channel, dissecting an extended gravel plateau left uncovered ever since the higher flows of early summer. Upstream, on the farthe

Over the last few seasons while fishing for silver salmon I have found good success in using a small spinner blade in front of my herring. Now, for some, going through the “trouble” of adding a bl

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Finding a Sitka-Sized Haul of Lings, Rockfish, Flatties and of course, Big, Bright Bunches of Silvers. It’s easy to forget just how special an Alaska fishing trip should be. It’s even easier to be reminded. As I meet Eric and Bill Ward in person for the first time, their excitement is contagious. Eric Ward is […]

  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 southe

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By Tom Watson  There was something intuitively inviting about the first pool at the second bend in the river. I stood at the edge of the grassy bank and scanned across its glossy black surface for the subtlest of signs that silvers were schooling within its depths. Seeing none but trusting that feeling that all anglers […]

Nushagak Silvers Story and photos by Marcus Weiner As I set foot on the shores of the Nushagak for the first time, my impression of the river is more intimate than I expected, as traffic is down to a

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