Glass like conditions for King Salmon fishing in May out of the salts in Alaska!!! The conditions couldn’t have been any better. Thank you Mother Earth!
I’ve been fishing for halibut in the Cook Inlet of Alaska since 1997. This summer marks my 20th anniversary living in Alaska. 20 years. How did that happen? While it’s hard to believe that much time has passed, I’ve grown to love deep sea fishing. Keep in mind that this doesn’t mean that I’m an … More Gettin ‘but-Fishing Tales in Alaska 5
The other day, I found out my great Aunt Sue, 104, has outlived her funeral home; she actually has to figure out another option for her burial desires! The best part is that she comprehends this, and with a little help on seeing the numbers on a phone, she could probably make a lot of … More Outliving Your Funeral Home
Here fishy, fishy, fishy! As usual, dipnetting season is insane! This video doesn’t give the combat environment justice, but it’s so much fun to harvest and process your own food. And when you’re down on your luck, you can always rely on General Lee!
While dipnetting is reserved for state residents only, fishermen and women of all kinds can appreciate the work involved on a typical dipnetting trip! Among other things that it takes: Lots of strange gear for standing in cold water Handling and transporting an expensive, HUGE net used to catch the salmon, mainly during the incoming … More Dipnet Fishing in the Kasilof River of Alaska