archive for June, 2018

A Few Flies for Alaska

06.16.18

Before heading north for another season on the Alaska Peninsula, guide Drew Griffith shares a few thoughts on his blog about mousing, flies, and fly fishing heaven. See you guys on the flip side…

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A Few Flies for Alaska


Pebble Mine Still a Threat to Bristol Bay

06.15.18

Without your past support, Pebble Mine could already be operating in Bristol Bay. And that’s a frightening thought. But the mine has new momentum, and there’s more work ahead for Trout Unlimited and other grass root organizations to make sure …

Posted in Conservation, News

Pebble Mine Still a Threat to Bristol Bay


Alaska Guide Staff – Reminiscing and Looking Forward

06.14.18

2018 will be my 18th season guiding and fly fishing in remote Alaska. And with only two exceptions during the season and one post-season, I’ve had the good fortune to meet, work next to and become friends with a lot …

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Alaska Guide Staff – Reminiscing and Looking Forward


King Salmon Fishing Closures on the Kenai Peninsula

06.01.18

Important information for anyone fishing the Kenai Peninsula this summer: “A poor return of king salmon on the Anchor River will shut down all sport fishing on the Anchor and Ninilchik rivers and Deep Creek drainages beginning Saturday morning, the …

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King Salmon Fishing Closures on the Kenai Peninsula