Scott Banks, his son, and the duo’s friends take a fishing trip to the Russian River in October, when the crowds are long gone.
Alaskans are bringing back a tool used by southeast Alaska Natives to catch halibut: the wooden halibut hook.
Strength of the Tides aims to empower and celebrate women and other underrepresented genders in the fishing industry.
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.
In Jeffry Hesse’s opinion, the taste of burbot rivals salmon or halibut. It’s lean and picks up flavor easily. Plus, no bones, unlike salmon.
A simple and delicious recipe for dried eulachon with a zesty dipping sauce. The eulachon can also be used in stew or on a Caesar salad.
Linda Behnken has fished commercially off Alaska since 1982 and since 1991 has worked to promote sustainable fisheries.
Heather Douville lives in the Tongass National Forest and has honed her impressive skillset from years of hunting, fishing, and gathering.
Adventure Medical Kits offers a wide variety of ready-made first aid kits targeted to different pursuits and scenarios.