At Frontier Safety and Supply, we know first-hand the importance of providing the highest quality products at the most competitive prices possible! We are outdoor enthusiasts who are passionate about safety for those who push the limits on land, water, and in the air. We offer safety supplies and training to help you return safely … Read more Frontier Safety & Supply’s Backcountry Kit A Must For Alaskan Outdoorsmen
The dates and exhibitor list for the 2013 Fairbanks Outdoor Show and Interior Alaska Gun Show, held at the Carlson Center in Fairbanks, have been set. The outdoor show runs April 19-21 and the gun show is April 20-21. Here is a list of exhibitors: • 2-D Max Alaska • Afishhunt Charters • Alaska Angling … Read more Fairbanks Outdoor & Interior Alaska Gun Show Dates, Exhibitors List
Frank Entsminger, man of the outdoors, started his career as a taxidermist in high school. As a photographer, naturalist and hunting guide, his career has led him to become one of Alaska’s renowned wildlife bronze artists. Born and raised in Montana, Frank’s keen interest in the out-of-doors drew him to Alaska fresh out of high … Read more Frank Ensminger, Alaskan Bronze Artist
By this time next year, construction should be well under way on a new 100,000-square-foot Cabela’s store in Anchorage, the first in Alaska and most northerly outlet for the Nebraska-based company. The announcement was made today in a press release. The store will be located a couple miles southwest of the airport and employ 200 … Read more Cabela’s Planning Anchorage Store
You have through this weekend to comment on an assessment of Alaska’s wild, salmon-rich Bristol Bay that says the watershed could be harmed by mines such as the proposed gash in the earth known as Pebble. Sorry, a little bit biased on this one. Comment deadline is Monday, July 23. To file yours, go here. … Read more Pebble Mine Fight Building; Comments Due, Frontline Episode Next Week
No, you are not looking at the skull of some prehistoric species of alligator that once slithered through the swamps of Alaska when it was at a more southerly, tropical locale. Or a baby dragon. Nor is it the snout of a wolf or husky – but it is something of an honorary member of … Read more My, What Big Teeth You Have!