Fish as Art

Lawrence Nieroda submitted this photo of his brother Joe after a fishing trip in Kodiak, Alaska.

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Christen Duxbury
Christen Duxbury joined the TRCP January 2010. Christen grew up with wilderness-loving parents who taught her to enjoy all the land can give, from the solitude of a mountain to the thrill of casting a fly. She came into her own as a land conservationist during her time at The Wilderness Society. Before signing on at the TRCP, she worked for an environmental campaign aimed at passing a comprehensive climate change bill in Congress. She spends most of her free time climbing rocks, paddling and enjoying the wilderness she works to protect.

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One comment on “Fish as Art

  1. Andieka on said:

    Alaska is by FAR the biggest state in the union, being bigegr than the next three largest states (California, Montana, and Texas) combined. It has more coastline than the continental United States. Needless to say, its world famous reputation comes from the fact that it abounds with thousands of miles of streams, more than 3,000 streams, and its lakes are counted in the tens of thousands. Added to that, saltwater angling opportunities unequaled almost anywhere in the world gives you an angler’s Heaven. Likewise, Alaska is blessed with an abundance of state licensed and U.S. Coast Guard inspected and approved fishing guides using the best of equipment. There are literally hundreds to choose from and picking just one can be a bit challenging. To make your selection considerably easier, I recommend you contact the Alaska State Department of Fish Game who should be able to provide you with a list of licensed guides in the area you wish to visit. They won’t make individual recommendations, but they should be able to provide a list of licensed fishing guides. My selection process would begin in the south-central area of Alaska for the greater selection of lake and river opportunities and the abundance of guides. Try the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce also to see if they have a listing of guide members in the area. There are a number of more than qualified guides listed in the yellow pages of the Wasilla/Palmer phone books as well. Good luck in your selection.

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