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Now there’s more reason to “Go West, Young Man” – given as how Oregon, Colorado, and California are soon to upstage Alaska, New Zealand, and Argentina as the last bastions of pure angling body count … While each has its own unique allure, all are “blue” states, home to free thinkers, liberals, men of letters … Continue reading Cancel that Alaskan Fishing trip while you can →
After meeting with the CEO of Pebble Limited Partnership, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has “directed his staff to withdraw a plan to protect the watershed of Bristol Bay, Alaska, one of the most valuable wild salmon fisheries on Earth.” Via … more →
Travel Thanks to bathymetric mapping software, see what 16 popular fishing spots from Massachusetts to Alaska look like under the surface. If you could empty the oceans, you could see the amazing views shown in these 16 images of some of the most popular coastal fishing holes in North America.
Travel Yamaha-sponsored Alaska event draws hundreds to compete, communicates conservation message Fishing conservationists from around the country gathered in Alaska recently to fish the 25th annual Kenai River Classic, raise money for the river, and discuss…
News Senate subcommittee gathers comments on reauthorizing Magnuson-Stevens Act About 100 people listened to a U.S. Senate field hearing Wednesday on reauthorizing the federal fisheries Magnuson Act. Two bills on the subject are pending in…
In a recent article Camille Egdorf, program director for Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures in Alaska, Kamchatka, and Christmas Island, guide, travel host, and competitive angler, outlines seven tips to up your game on the water. From casting and timing to scouting new … more →
Sam Weis was on the front lines of fighting PacRim’s proposed coal mine at the headwaters of the Chuitna River in Alaska. He was also fighting leukemia. “The stakes were high and the odds were long. A wild Alaskan paradise, … more →
In this short film, Evan Schock shares footage from his first season working as a fly fishing guide in Bristol Bay, Alaska.
Umpqua Feather Merchants has announced an initiative in partnership with Trout Unlimited and the Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska to raise $45,000 to help conserve and restore key salmon and trout habitat in “America’s Salmon Forest,” located in southeast Alaska’s Tongass … more →
Ocean conditions in Northern California can get nasty in the winter. So far in 2016, we’ve had a series of large swells and a few low-pressure situations that have made kayak fishing hazardous at best... ...big meaty Dungeness crab. Dungie season opens for sport in November, and quite a few of the NorCalKayakAnglers are chasing these succulent crustaceans. Available from roughly Monterey in the south to Alaska in the north, Dungeness can be found in 30-300 feet of water, usually on flat sand or mud bottoms. Because of the easy harbor launch, and proliferation of crab in shallow water, Princeton Harbor near... ...t to a boil and continue cooking for about 15 to 20 minutes. Turn the heat off and let crabs cool down. If you’re really impatient, you can dunk’em in cold water. Now, you’re ready for a crab feast!