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Just as we approached Ninilchik, we remembered that the Salmonfest would be in high gear
Now, here are a few more suggestions on how to pop those coho tumbling around the lagoon.
Silvers loathe direct sunlight and are spooked by shadows
Mother Nature’s fiendish and sudden moves are vexing to the fishing enthusiast
Fish early for silvers
“When we moved to Alaska, I naively assumed that I probably knew just about everything there was to stalking fish”
The Spit was rockin’ last weekend
Southern Peninsula fishing reports and updates for the week of June 28
It’s hard to tell what’s worse: thieving seals or *%$@#0# snaggers
It’s time now to take and look at the fishing report for the week of June 14, 2022
Chill. Don’t despair.
Kings starting to dribble in at the fishin’ hole
Look to Ninilchik River for best hatchery chinooks
What’s forthcoming is a very rare occurrence and, in my case, uncommon as bifocals on a Shih Tzu puppy
It’s tough to teach a teenage female pup that everything that goes on around her is not all about her
If memory serves, the years leading up to 2008 inflation had quite a run
This unhinged winter and its obnoxious attitude has been an eye-opener
The unremitting inundation set a record for our little cabin by the sea.
Ole Mother Nature must have misplaced her backup box of vintage dregs from a Cold Duck wine vat.