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10 Tips for Choosing an Alaskan Fishing Trip

Robert Deen

It’s winter.  The fishing is slow, so now is a good time to research and plan your trips for warmer times ahead.

Having just gone through the process of selecting an Alaskan fishing trip for this summer, here are ten tips I wish someone had given me two months ago.  Most could apply to any fishing trip. Continue reading 10 Tips for Choosing an Alaskan Fishing Trip

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Easy Ways to keep fishing areas healthy

By Debbie Kay

Global warming, droughts, pollution… there are a million threats to waters and fish out there.  Though solving all of these problems is much more than any one person can do alone, there are a lot of small ways individuals can help keep fishing areas healthy.  Here’s a look at some easy first steps toward cleaner water and healthier fish. Continue reading Easy Ways to keep fishing areas healthy

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