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Tips on Fishing in Alaska

Fishing in Alaska is a huge phenomenon. It’s one of the best recreational activities there. There are so many varieties of fish that you can see here; including fishes that are tiny to the ones that are two feet tall and of course there are sharks. The most common fishes that the Alaskans love to catch are the different varieties of Salmon and Halibut. All the rivers, sea and the lakes are the common fishing grounds for the natives and the tourists. Here are a few tips if you wish to go fishing in Alaska: 1.   Plan Planning is very important. Research about the various fish species that are available in Alaskan waters and also research about the places with the highest possibility of making a catch. There are more than eight hundred fishing spots and finding the perfect one for yourself will not be very tough. 2. Timing You should really check what time of the year you are going...

Wulik River – Perfect Location For Fishing

One of the things that bind most of America (and Canada as well) is fishing. Fishing that once used to be a past-time thing has now been raised almost to the level of a local sport. Those with years of fishing experience will be able to tell that fishing is one of the ultimate ‘man sports’ out there. It has even become a lifestyle in itself and has developed its own vocabulary. It is not easy to catch those quick and swift fishes streaming through the rapid waters of North America, even with the best fishing gear. From the Everglades in the South to the Rockies in the West and finally to Alaska, our home, our heaven, fishing incites a spark of excitement and adventure in every man. Coming to Alaska where nature is incredibly abundant, there are many options for all the fishing enthusiasts. People travel here every year from faraway parts of the country exclusively to enjoy the...