Monthly Archives: May 2014

Fly Fishing Small Streams and For Trout

Small river trout fishing

The frustrations of teaching myself to catch big fish in really small rivers was immense, but I managed to learn many of the small tricks that make fishing small rivers fairly easy. Super small streams are a royal pain in the butt for most fly fisherman, but that doesn’t have to be a reason to leave all of that good fishing to someone else. Next time you drive past a small mountain creek or a tag alder choked brook trout stream you will know what to do. Fishing 6-12 foot wide rivers can often be like fishing virgin trout streams.

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Alaskan Halibut Fishing

Alaskan Halibut fishing

A Beginner’s Guide to Alaskan Halibut Fishing

Are you a fan of halibut and want to start catching your own? There’s no better place than Alaska! The north-western state provides some of the biggest and best halibut anywhere in the world. Keep these things in mind as you plan your fishing trip:
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Washington Salmon Fishing

Washington Salmon FishingA Guide to Washington Salmon Fishing

Whether you’re a beginner angler or a seasoned professional, Washington state offers some great spots for salmon fishing. This basic information will help get you started: Continue reading

New York Salmon Fishing

New York Salmon Fishing

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A Guide to NY Salmon Fishing

Do you live in the state of New York (or travel there frequently) and enjoy fishing? If you’re looking to save some money on a delicious meal or two, you might want to consider salmon fishing! Here’s some basic information to get you started.

New York Salmon Fishing Locations

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Alaskan Salmon Fishing

Alaskan king salmon fishing

A Chinook or King Salmon caught in Alaska

A Beginner’s Guide to Alaskan Salmon Fishing

The northern-most state in the US boasts several world-class fishing spots, and salmon fishing in Alaska is some of the best: Alaska produces 80% of the world’s high-value wild salmon! So whether you live there year-round or are taking a trip to beat the worst of the summer heat, you should consider adding salmon fishing to your agenda. This basic information will help get you started. It might be a good idea to bring along some smaller gear to catch rainbows and dolly varden trout found throughout much of Alaska. Trout fishing in most of the state is second to none! You can learn more about trout fishing at until I get more into it a little more on this website. Continue reading