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Tag: Southeast Alaska

Southeast Alaska

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By Marcus Weiner When I think of southeast Alaska, I think more water than land. From the endless array of interconnected and protected saltwater bodies to the myriad rivers, streams and lakes found scattered throughout, to the steady rain and snow that pours from the skies, the landscape seems more fluid than solid. And I […]

The Remote Southeast Experience, Pybus Style Story and photos by Stan Cunningham The black-headed Bonaparte’s gulls were circling and diving just 100 yards off the bow. Captain Kevin kept nosing

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Blog Post by Troy Letherman The first true trout documented in the United States were cutthroat. They were caught by Silas Goodrich on June 13, 1805, and recorded for posterity in the journal of Captain Meriwether Lewis, who after noting the size, color and markings of the strange species, seemed to particularly enjoy the variety […]

We’d found silver salmon nirvana. Hiking several miles up a remote stream in Southeast, we rounded a bend and there it was. A 7-foot waterfall . . . below it a hole the size of an Olympic swimmi

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