April 13, 2018
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SAVE $20 – GIVE $20 with PRIDE OF BRISTOL BAY SALMON!

Our friends in Alaska want to help the Florida Everglades and you can, too. When you buy sustainable, traceable, wild-caught Bristol Bay Salmon you’ll save $20 off your order. AND Pride of Bristol Bay will donate another $20 to Captains for Clean Water to help restore the Everglades. Save $20 Give […]
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April 11, 2018
Bristol Bay gillnetters harvesting their catch on a breezy day in the shadow of Mt. Peulik in the Ugashik District in Bristol Bay. Photo by Chris Miller

The Battle for Bristol Bay

By JJ Waters It’s been called a fisherman’s dream, an outbacker’s panacea, a bird lover’s paradise. It’s the quintessential Alaskan wilderness and considered to be one of the most pristine, unspoiled and invaluably intact ecosystems still in existence on planet earth. Every image conjured in one’s mind of the beauty, […]
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April 11, 2018
Senator Ted Stevens (R-AK) and Senator Warren Magnuson (D-WA) during hearings on the 200-mile fisheries legislation (later the Magnuson-Stevens Act) before the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Oceans and Atmosphere in Washington D.C., on December 6, 1973.  
Photo courtesy of Stevens Foundation.

Recreation and Regulation

By Mike Leonard | American Sportfishing Association Most anglers don’t spend a ton of time dwelling on fishing regulations, much less the underlying regulatory process and statutes that lead to them. We know the season dates, bag and size limits and any other potential regulations, and we go! After all, […]
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