A neat interactive map was put together by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game on bears living within Alaska’s largest city, Anchorage. Here’s the report and map: During the summers of 2012 and 2013, Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologists tracked nine Anchorage bears (six black bears and three brown bears) using GPS … Read more Living With Anchorage Bears
The following story appears in the April issue of Alaska Sporting Journal. Photos courtesy of Paul D. Atkins, the Steve McCutcheon Collection and Wien Collection of the Anchorage Museum, the Boone & Crockett Club, By Paul D. Atkins The phrase “cheating death” is often overused here in Alaska, but to the guides, outfitters and … Read more When Polar Bears Were Hunted
Our cover story for the May Alaska Sporting Journal is a profile of director Mark Titus’ fantastic documentary about wild salmon, The Breach. Titus announced the following stops as his film will screen throughout the Lower 48 over the next month: First stop is the Dubuque International Film Festival this Thursday throughSunday. The Breach is nominated for Best Documentary and … Read more The Breach Salmon Documentary Heads Out On Tour
Our friends at the Discovery Channel provided us a sneak peek for tonight’s season premiere of Deadliest Catch, which we’ve featured with two cover stories in the last year: Tuesday, April 14 at 9 PM ET/PT on Discovery Channel A Brotherhood Tested: King Crab season arrives along with a new set of challenges, … Read more Deadliest Catch Premiere Tonight
Kodiak Russian River Lodge is located on the edge of the Alaskan Wilderness boasting incredible mountain views and easy access to a variety of outdoor activities including fishing hunting and sight-seeing. The bed and breakfast is surrounded on three sides by spectacular mountains and on the fourth by Woman’s Bay (part of the Gulf of … Read more Kodiak Russian River Lodge: Incredible Beauty
Dierick’s Tsiu River Lodge has been Family owned and operated since 1997. Greg Dierick has been fishing this river since he was a boy. Greg and his father, Ed, built the lodge on the Tsiu River after over 40 years of fishing here in this Alaskan wilderness paradise. The Dierick family’s experience on fishing on … Read more Dierick’s Tsiu River Lodge: A Family Tradition
The Kvichak Lodge is located approximately 240 miles southwest of Anchorage in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska, home to the world’s largest sockeye salmon run, trophy class rainbow trout, coho salmon, chums, kings, pinks, arctic char, pike, grayling and dolly varden in addition to experiencing indescribeable beauty in one of the most pristine … Read more Experience Kvichak Lodge’s Trophy Fishing
Antler Inn The Antler Inn is the best located property in Jackson Hole, 1 block south of Jackson’s charming, western Town Square, and just steps from numerous restaurants, shops, art galleries, and nightspots. Our property is convenient to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Over 110 rooms, many with fireplaces, a 25-person hot tub, sauna, … Read more Antler Inn Sits In The Heart Of Jackson, Wyo.