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By Jeremy Anderson As this next summer of Alaska fishing gets closer to reality it’s time to think about what gear you need to have a great trout season. There is gear that helps you catch more fish and be more organized. There is also gear that helps you release trout back into the water […]

I know what you are thinking— that there are no rainbows in Denali because it’s just too cold for them to survive there. Well, that’s what I thought too, until I encountered the rainbow king

Trout Unlimited posted the following press release yesterday: June 2, 2014 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Trout Unlimited Welcomes Clean Air Rules that will Protect Trout and Salmon Clean Air Act proposal will reduce carbon pollution that is already impacting trout and salmon habitat WASHINGTON, D.C.— Trout Unlimited today thanked the Environmental Protection Agency for its strong […]
After a belated start to frosty temperatures on the Kenai Peninsula and a late November deer-hunting expedition to the Midwest, I finally enjoyed my first prosperous Alaska ice fishing adventure of the season. Since I was first introduced toice fishing two years ago by my favorite angling partner, Mike, I have become an avid and […]

When exploring angling techniques one common-enough principle is to take an idea from one region and apply it to another. Such is the case when comparing Alaska with the famous, blue-ribbon trout loca

Karluk River steelhead and steelhead fishing in general is an addiction for many, a way of life, and the path to either enlightenment or utter despair. For the true steelhead junky, thosethousand-cast days that result in two scant, brief hookups can be just as rewarding as the 15-fish days. For those afflicted, a steelhead stream […]

Trout & the Egg By Troy Letherman For the Tlingit, salmon eggs are among the first foods fed to infants, beginning at just eight- or nine months of age. It’s not an uncommon practice among t

by Mark Glassmaker Springtime in Alaska is marked by longer days and melting snow. It reveals a drab landscape of dead vegetation, void of color, and is without question the least appealing face of Alaska’s distinctive four seasons. But beneath this sullen exterior, a bounty of new growth awakens from its winter slumber. Perhaps nowhere […]

Blog Post by Troy Letherman Something died today. The air around the launch is heavy with it, a wall of rot signaling apocalypse for the year’s salmon. In the slack-water shallows a few fish mill ab

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