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Steelhead and salmon fishing as well as bird hunting and a preview of a brand new boat company are all coming at you this week on America Outdoors Radio! This post This Week on ‘America Outdoors Radio’ – March 18, 2017 appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
“We were camping out in Alaska, salmon fishing, miles from any surf,” Mick Fanning tells GrindTV. “We’d seen bears earlier in the trip, and I went out in the night and saw as many stars as I’d ever seen. “It was so beautiful, and not...Show More Summary
24hr Salmon fishing under the Norway midnight sun and blitzing Blue Fin Tuna
By Lee van der Voo INTRODUCTION THIS BOOK IS THE PRODUCT of a lost bet. That's the truth. In winter 2011, I had just written a story for a regional magazine about salmon fishing. And I was in a bar in Portland, Oregon, a wood-paneled place downtown called Cassidy's, loudly proclaiming that I was never going to do it again. Show More Summary
Alaska West guide, Jim Palmersheim, weighs in with a killer photo of some ideal salmon fishing weather.. Seriously, when it comes to targeting salmon, we love this weather! More Cool Pictures Our Favorite Thing About Silver Salmon Tail Whip Underdog
Salmon anglers have met their quota for salmon in another popular Del Norte County spot for the season, triggering new restrictions on the Klamath River fishery. This post Second Klamath Salmon Fishing Quota Met; Catch Now Subject to Size Restriction appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Last weekend I was lucky enough to be invited along on a salmon fishing trip over in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. My father-in-law has been going over to Lake Michigan on and off for nearly 30 years. He has told me the story of his trophy rainbow that he caught over there at least a dozen times. Show More Summary
The Clearwater River in Northern Idaho is one of the top fishing destinations for Chinook Salmon and Steelhead in the lower 48 Chinook Salmon travel up the Columbia River Gorge hundreds of miles to get to their spawning grounds in Idaho in the Spring. Show More Summary
Jan. 17, 1964 The Amphicar is used as a fishing boat by its owner at the start of the salmon fishing season on the River Tay, Scotland. Image: Fox Photos/Getty Images A vehicle that promised to revolutionize drowning…. Dan Neil, Time...Show More Summary
Monte Burke writes about meeting spey caster, teacher, and author Topher Browne on the Margaree River in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and the two talk spey casting and Atlantic salmon fishing in a recent article in Forbes. Winter fishing means …
Salmon fishing’s rich history was recently increased with the find of salmon remains in Alaska that date from the last ice age. “Before this, we really had no idea that Paleo-Indians were using salmon or fish of any kind,” said … mo...
Early human use of anadromous salmon in North America at 11,500 y agoAuthors:Halffman et alAbstract:Salmon represented a critical resource for prehistoric foragers along the North Pacific Rim, and continue to be economically and culturally important; however, the origins of salmon exploitation remain unresolved. Show More Summary
Researchers in Alaska have found the earliest known evidence that Ice Age humans in North America used salmon as a food source, according to a new paper.
The 11,500-year-old remains were found in Alaska, a study says, confirming that salmon fishing in North America dates from the end of the last ice age.
Ruohavuolle on the river Kymi offers the best salmon fishing in Southern Finland.
The silver salmon fishing is as good as ever here at Alaska West and Rapids Camp Lodge, and not only are we catching a lot of silvers this year, we’re also catching a lot of bigger fish. That has our anglers are asking, “how big is that hog?”, which has us scratching our heads.. “Yeah, exactly how […]
Photographs by Tom Fowlks Fish long enough, and in enough different places, and you’ll recognize a treble-hook truism: When the catching is good, everyone on the water is happy and hopeful and helpful. But when the bite goes away, so...Show More Summary
We’re really lucky in that most of the fish we target at our locations are not overly picky about specific fly patterns. Our lodges are located (intentionally, we might add) in areas where lots of different flies work, so long as they share a few characteristics. It’s a creative fly tyer’s dream! Here at Alaska […]
Adventures in the sixth season include king salmon fishing and rafting while on tour in Alaska and more. The post Craig Morgan’s “All Access Outdoors” Returns appeared first on RoughStock.