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Researchers from Alaska and Washington recently analyzed 40 years of data taken from 85 king salmon populations ranging from California to Alaska. “The results show that the fish are both decreasing in size and maturing earlier,” writes Mark Hieronymus in The … more →
Tippets: Yellowstone National Park Bans Felt Soles, Florida’s Coastal Collapse, Donlin Gold Mine Proposed in Alaska
Concern over invasive species has led Yellowstone National Park to ban the use of felt sole wading boots. Inspection of watercraft will also be available. Via U.S. News and World Report. Coastal Florida ecosystems are collapsing, threatening sea grass, fisheries, recreation … more →
Fly fishing trips encompass diverse means of transportation and accommodation and as a result require different packing strategies. In this recent podcast episode, Rob Snowhite outlines how to pack “for road trips with and without the family, plane trips, and … more →
Cecilia “Pudge” Kleinkauf has owned and operated Women’s Flyfishing, an Alaska Guide Service, for thirty-one years. Recently she sold the business to Linda Leary, owner of FisheWear. The business will continue with a slight change to Women’s Flyfishing, Alaska, LLC. … more →
This short film from Kansas Outdoor Corps highlights the stunning steelhead fishing opportunities in Alaska.
Travel Six fishing lodges to consider when planning a trip to Alaska. A summary of six Alaskan fishing lodges to consider when planning a trip to Alaska.
This film from Mikey Wier features the great adventure of floating 100 miles of a remote Alaska river. An Official Selection of the 2018 International Fly Fishing Film Festival.
The stories of Alaska Native people and their navigation of the benefits and risks posed by natural resource development projects are highlighted in a new multimedia project, “Alaska Water Wars.” “While the exploration and development of natural resources bring much-needed … more →
This video from Logan Fox of Angler’s Alibi features amazing drone footage from the 2017 season in Alaska.
In coastal Alaska, fishing is not a hobby, or even just a job, “It is a social tie, a way of life,” writes Nathan Heller, “that carries women like the Salmon Sisters through the flux of extreme seasons.” Heller writes … more →