Category Archives: Salmon Fishing

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Bristol Bay Is Safe – for Now!

A few months back I wrote a post about the looming threat that Alaska's Bristol Bay faced from an Environmental Protection Agency decision to phase out previous administration restrictions on mining operations in the bay's watershed. At the time, local fishermen, conservation groups, and the local community in general feared ...
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Bristol Bay Salmon: Drawing a Line in the Tundra

Alaska's Bristol Bay is a breathtaking place with a unique ecosystem rich in vast wetlands, winding rivers, streams, forests of spruce and alder, and home to many species of animals, birds, and fish. The bay is a pristinely beautiful ecosystem that supports thousands of human life and countless wildlife. But ...
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Chinook Salmon Fishing Guide

Chinook Salmon Fishing

Chinook Salmon Fishing The Chinook salmon, also known as the king salmon as well as a number of other names, is the state fish of Alaska. This powerful Pacific Ocean dweller is among the most prized of all salmon because of its large size and excellent flavor. The Chinook is ...
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Salmon Fishing Trips

Salmon Fishing

Salmon Fishing Salmon is the common name for several species of the family Salmonidae. Several other fish in the family are also known as trout. The difference is said to be that salmon migrate and trout are resident, a distinction that holds true for the most common subspecies of Salmon ...
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