A few years ago, filmmaker Mark Titus produced a great feature-length documentary, “The Breach,” which was a call to action to stop the proposed Pebble Mine. And for a while, it seemed as if . . .
Known for their brilliant red spawning colors, sockeyes are also great fighters when hooked.
Photo by Pat Clayton, Fish Eye Guy Photography
Although a trophy shot of an angler holding a bright-red sockeye salmon is impressive, the species is not usually considered one of the “glamour” game fish in Alaska and western. . .
Written by: Nelli Williams, TU Alaska Program Director
Several years ago, Trout Unlimited worked with scientists and fishing business owners to identify 77 watersheds on the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska that are extremely important. . .
For years, those who have opposed the proposed Pebble Mine Project have stressed the fecundity of the region that is threatened. But when you hear the words “largest wild-salmon run on the. . .
Written by: Dan Michels, Crystal Creek Lodge
It’s sockeye time on the Naknek River on the Alaska Peninsula.
Photo courtesy Crystal Creek Lodge
Robin Spears of Oregon shows off a magnificent sockeye salmon caught on the Naknek River near King Salmon, Alaska. The Naknek River is coming into the peak of its sockeye run, when. . .