Category Archives: Alaska

Killer Video: Alaska’s Angler’s Alibi Lodge

I was doing a little research today and came across this great video from Angler’s Alibi Lodge in Alaska. My question is this: how can a dedicated angler watch this video and not want to pick up the phone and … Continue reading

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Alaska sportsmen celebrate victory for the Susitna River

As all of you probably know, I have a love for all things wild and if those elements occur in Alaska I’m even more interested in it. If I weren’t living in Montana you have to know I’d call Alaska … Continue reading

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Alaska’s Marine Resources Not Affected by Fukishima

This is great news for those of us who treasure Alaska’s salmon, equally for its table quality and fighting ability. That goes for halibut, blacked, lingcod, and other species, too. This report tells us that it’s safe to serve Alaska’s … Continue reading

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NPFMC Reduces King Salmon Bycatch Limit

This news comes on the heels of  a recent announcement that the king salmon season for streams draining into the Bering Sea has been cancelled for 2015. Hopefully that closure, plus the implementation of these new pollock fishery recommendations will … Continue reading

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You Write The Caption-4

A few years ago I spent a week on Alaska’s Kanektok River southwest of Bethel, fishing for kings with two handed rods. The kings were sparse to say the least, but we managed one brute, lost another, and still had … Continue reading

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Tongass transition out of old-growth logging stalled

As all of you probably know by now, southeast Alaska and the Tongass National Forest are part of my soul. I love the area and hope that all of its best attributes can be protected. Unfortunately, here’s some new words … Continue reading

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This Sucks! Tongass Old Growth Being Slashed

I was perusing Trout Unlimited’s Web site today and saw this mention from Prince of Wales Island in southeast Alaska, which is one of my favorite places, if not my favorite place, on earth. Unfortunately, logging operations have as much … Continue reading

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EPA’S Preliminary Decision on Bristol Bay—Commendable

Here’s a quick update on the state of Bristol Bay and our ongoing fight against a massive mine that threatens the future of our most important salmon rivers. Hunting and Angling Community Commends EPA on Use of Clean Water Act … Continue reading

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Canadian Mines Threaten Southeast Alaska Salmon, Tourism and Tribal Resources

Just got this press release and thought I would share it with you. Southeast Alaska is dear to my heart, having served as my stomping grounds as a kid and, in fact, all the way through college, when I commercial … Continue reading

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Kanektok River Rainbow’s Last Meal Included 19 Shrews

Saw this interesting story in the Alaska Dispatch and thought I would share it with you. We all know that trout eat rodents, but this is amazing. I’ve fished the Kanektok for rainbows, using mice patterns, and scored big. The … Continue reading

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