We’ll post our May issue cover story on Mark Titus’ wild salmon documentary, The Breach, in the next week or so. But if you want to see the film on the West Coast, check out this information: I’ve been on the road a while now and it will take some time to really … Read more The Breach Showing On West Coast
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The following story appears in the current issue of Alaska Sporting Journal, on sale now. By Susan Morse Mountains surround you. The floatplane that brought you has left. Civilization is hours away. The only sounds you hear are the calls of loons on the lake outside your door. What do you do now? Catch … Read more A New Adventure? Try USFWS NWR Cabins
In March, we profiled now three-time Iditarod winner Dallas Seavey, who has also been one of the mainstays on the National Geographic Channel series, Ultimate Survival Alaska. The show just completed its third season, but a real-life tragedy struck this week when season 2 contestant Jimmy Gojdics (sometimes spelled Gaydos) was found shot to death … Read more Ultimate Survival Alaska Contestant Killed
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