Tag Archives: Alaska Fly Fishing

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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Climate Change Could Be Good For Dolly Varden

I don’t know how you feel about dolly varden/bull trout, but I like them. Especially when it’s so hard to find steelhead on some of western Washington’s rivers these days. In Alaska, dollies always play as the ugly stepchild to … 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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You Write The Caption

Ok, think of the possibilities here. Let’s see what all of you can come up with as a caption for this image, which was taken on the Kanektok River in western Alaska, just upstream from the native village of Quinhagak. … Continue reading

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Hard Core For Alaska King Salmon

I’ve been discussing the merits or lack thereof in writing about how difficult steelheading can be. The question is whether I’m painting an accurate picture of steelheading or not, as steelheading can be pretty relaxing during the summer months, especially … Continue reading

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