Fishing Alaska's Kenai...
The ultimate guidebook
to fishing one of the world's most beautiful backcountry spots.
Fishing Alaska's Kenai Peninsula is not merely a reference guide. It
showcases the uniqueness of Alaska while emphasizing the universal passions
that make the sport of fishing so compelling. With stories and anecdotes
to complement the detailed specifics on stream access, timing, tactics,
and equipment, this fascinating book will appeal not only to those planning
a visit but to all those who have a love of fishing and only dream of
About the Author
Dave Atcheson has lived on the Kenai Peninsula since 1985. He has worked
for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and has written for Alaska
Magazine, Fly Fishing Quarterly, Outdoor Life, and other publications.
He lives in Sterling, Alaska.
Alaska River Fishing (1999) - Video
- Dr. Jim Wright,
Virginia Beach eye surgeon, twice Virginia Saltwater Angler of the
year as well as Virginia's first Master Saltwater Angler. His production
company, "Saltwater Fishing with Dr. Jim," has produced hundreds of
television programs covering fishing form Alaska to South America.
While combining entertainment and instruction, their high quality
and widespread public appeal truly makes them the "quickest half-hour
on TV and video." Features awesome underwater catch and release of
silver, chum and sockeye salmon while flyfishing and spinning for
King Salmon in Alaska.
Alaska: Fishing Alaska - Video
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- This is an excellent
how to book for the fly fisherman going to Alaska. Each species of
salmon and trout is covered with details concerning best time of year
to fish, best fly patterns and what tactics will produce strikes....
Kenai River (River Journal Series, No 5)
by Anthony J. Route
This River Journal
is one book in a continueing series highlighting the premier North American
fly fishing rivers. For continuity, each issue is authored by one experiences
writer/angler. Professional color photographs show the river in all
its seasonal moods. Helpful area maps provide access information for
anglers including river drifting, campgrounds, boat launching, shuttling,
Alaska Sportfishing (Alaska Geographic Guides)
by Ernest Piper
This guide to
accessible sportfishing includes where to find the fish, what species
to look for, and important basics such as weather and safety. Organized
by region, the book also includes information on techniques, gear and
resources, making it a handy reference for anyone planning to fish in
Fishing Up North : Stories of Luck and Loss in Alaskan Waters
by Brad Matsen, Bradford Matsen
of Fishing, Monterey Bay Aquarium Fdn., 1997) draws together some of
the articles he published in magazines such as Alaska Fisherman's Journal,
National Fisherman, Audubon, and Oceans to present an insider's knowledge
of commercial fishing. From the slavish work of harvesting and processing
to the tremendous profits that are possible but never guaranteed, Matsen
articulates the contentious debates surrounding fishing in Alaska.
by Evan Swensen, Margaret Swensen
- Every angler
dreams of fishing Alaska-the ultimate fishing experience, whether
you are fly-fishing for native rainbow trout in pristine mountain
streams or spin-casting for king salmon in glacier-fed rivers and
saltwater bays. Add the backdrop of Alaska's spectacular mountains
and wildlife, and you have the makings of an unforgettable experience.
For anyone in
North America (and elsewhere) who is hooked on fly-fishing and pursues
it past the initial stages of tangled lines, spontaneous river dunkings,
and emptied bank accounts, there is one goal that dangles with a tantalizing
glimmer just out of reach--the golden ring that spurs anglers on to
perfect a variety of tricky casts, study entomological texts deep into
the night, and wade through sleep with visions of lurking grizzlies,
monster rainbows, and rivers paved with salmon.
Fly-Fishing Alaska's Wild Rivers
by Dan Heiner
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