Categories for Fishing Tips

Curb Hunger on the Boat with These Delicious Snacks

August 25, 2021

What could possibly be better than a day spent on the water fishing with friends and enjoying the sights and sounds of nature? So long as you’re well prepared for the day, you could spend hours out in the boat fishing or just relaxing. Of course, part of being prepared is making sure you’re well stocked with snacks for the day. The last thing you want is to get hungry and uncomfortable while you’re supposed to be on a relaxing fishing excursion. So, what are the best snacks to take on a boat? Here are a few tips for you... View Article

How to Release a Fish Like a Pro

August 11, 2021

Not every fish is a keeper. When you’ve caught a fish that either isn’t big enough to keep or just isn’t what you looking for, it’s important to safely and responsibly let it go. Learning how to properly hold a fish while you release it will help you do your part to increase survival rates for catch and release fishing. Read on to learn some safe fish release practices you can implement on your next fishing excursion. How to release a fish safely into the water Here’s a quick overview of the steps you should follow when releasing a fish:... View Article

Fishing in All Types of Weather

May 27, 2021

Weather is an important factor to consider for your next fishing trip. Certain anglers prefer certain types of weather when it comes to fishing. While some would rather relax and fish on warm and sunny days, others like the thrill of fishing during rainstorms. Some even enjoy fishing in many different kinds of weather. No matter what type of weather you’re fishing in, being properly prepared is important. This means bringing the right gear and knowing where to fish. It’s also important to understand how weather can affect the fish themselves. Low water temperature, for example, causes some fish to... View Article

True Anglers Should Know These Fishing Terms

May 13, 2021

Almost any hobby comes with its own set of terms. For anglers, these terms include “barb,” “brackish,” “fishfinder” and many more. There’s no shame in not knowing all the lingo, as a multitude of angler terms have developed over the years. Go over the list below and see which terms you want to use on one of your next fishing tours or trips in Alaska. You probably already recognize a lot of these terms, but if not, now is a good time to brush up: Angler: An angler is anyone who goes fishing. You could even call your friend who’s... View Article

Do Polarized Glasses Help with Fishing?

August 20, 2020

Fishermen are always looking for new gear and techniques to improve their success and help them catch the biggest and best fish out there. One type of gear that’s increasingly popular among anglers is polarized glasses. Polarized glasses in Alaska are used to protect the wearer’s vision and reduce glare. If you’re thinking about getting polarized glasses for fishing in Alaska, it’s a good idea to learn more about this product and whether it’s worth the investment. What are polarized glasses? Polarized glasses are glasses that are designed to limit glare. Polarized lenses are treated with a chemical that filters... View Article

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