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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 →
Travel Four kayak anglers in Alaska battle big halibut and find fast fishing for silver salmon in outer Prince William Sound With a new Alaska kayak-fishing operation on Gray Light charters out of Seward, four enthusiasts catch big halibut and light-tackle salmon from kayaks.
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 →