Ask Alaska is back to answer all your burning questions about the 49th state, including if Jack London ever saw a wolf.
Whether its hunting, fishing, or bear viewing, Stacey Simmons is packed and ready for any Kodiak adventure.
Alaskans are bringing back a tool used by southeast Alaska Natives to catch halibut: the wooden halibut hook.
Gear Editor Bjorn Dihle spends a lot of time in remote areas, so he reviewed the only satellite phone that gets decent service in Alaska.
Steve Kurian, a Bristol Bay fisherman and the co-owner of Wild for Salmon and Pride of Bristol Bay, shares the gear he uses on the water.
Gear editor Bjorn Dihle recommends a paid of chest waders for any fishermen, boat enthusiast, or general Alaska wanderer.
The Ask Alaska humor column is here with answers to your questions about Alaskan superfoods and the Alaskan Diet Plan.
Libby Libbey is a wildlife photographer with a passion for working with moose and loons. See the gear she uses in the field.
Shockproof and waterproof, these binoculars are made for heavy field use. They also do well in low light and are durable.
A Shape in the Dark is a gripping and authentic book that weaves outdoor adventure, natural history, and memoir.