Alaska

Posted on July 2, 2015 by

Tidal Vision – Alaska Salmon Leather Wallets

If you are looking for a new wallet and care as much about sustainable fisheries as we do, then look no further than these salmon leather wallets from Tidal Vision. Unique, sustainable, high quality, functional, durable and they look great. Yup, that checks-off all the right boxes when looking for a new wallet!

It looks like we just missed their Kickstarter campaign, but they were able to raise over $55k to help bring this project to life.

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Posted on January 16, 2012 by

The Kodiak Project Trailer

I know we’ve been posting a lot of fly fishing videos recently, but you have to admit they’re some of the most impressive, beautiful and heart pounding videos you’ve ever seen. Well, this next video is going make your heart explode.

Three fly fishermen (Conway Bowman, Kirk Deeter and Chris Santella) head up to Kodiak Island, Alaska to fish a legendary river that’s a bit like a unicorn – everyone has heard about it, but no one seems to have seen it, been there or fished its shallow waters. Along with local guide, Trent Deeter, the crew embarks on one of the most epic and prolific steelhead fishing trips of their lives.

via Fly Fishing Film Tour

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Posted on October 29, 2011 by

Pure Alaska Salmon Review

I published this full-length review of Pure Alaska Salmon’s wild-caught canned Alaskan Salmon yesterday, but I’ve been so busy I forgot to post it to the main page. So here it is, I hope you’re hungry!

It’s been a while since we had a post as mouth-watering as this one, that’s normally Adam Guy’s arena these days. But despite the fact that I’m a good cook and a fisherman it’s not all that often that I’m eating fish at home. In fact, the last time I had a diet where I was eating fish consistently was in La Paz, where we ate Dorado, Snapper, and even Marlin and Tuna. Even then I left most of the cooking to friend and chef Michael Leary. Still, I think I came up with a few really nice dishes made with Pure Alaska Salmon’s wild-caught canned salmon, like these fish cakes.

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Posted on October 4, 2011 by

A Backyard in Nowhere Pike Flyfishing

A lot of fishermen head to Alaska in search of some of the biggest trout and salmon in the world, but these guys have taken a completely different approach – chasing monster pike on the fly!

Check out page 50 in the latest issue of This Is Fly to learn more about this epic fishing film!

Visit FlyFishingWestern.com for more info!

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