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Dog whispers we are not. Suckers for unconditional love, you bet.
I had heard rumors that there were still some jumpers accompanying the incoming tides at the Nick Dudiak Fishing Lagoon, so Jane and I checked… Continue reading
I often get asked if it’s tough to write a fishing column while living in a community where more than half the population professes to… Continue reading
Fish and game handbook has pictures to help identify species.
A myrida of events could be created out of fishing hole fun.
Silver salmon herald the autumnal equinox — but not just yet.
Fishing might pick up on big tides to come.
First run of silvers can be downright insolent, but be patient.
I had received numerous emails enquiring if I had heard the rumor that silvers had been spotted off Pogi.
Things were upscale, breezy and cool at the spit’s fishing hole last Friday until a noon signal heralded that snagging was actually legal until 23:59… Continue reading
Don’t cross ol’ Willie when confronted about dubious fishing methods.
Sport fishing marred by those who don’t grasp the concept of ‘sport’
We get all kinds of email questions about the Nick Dudiak Fishing Lagoon or, as Piscatorial Pursuits calls it, “the poor man’s charter boat.” Seriously… Continue reading
Chinook fishing looks good in the fishing hole — but watch out for those seals.
Nick is back with hot fishing tips and his usual award winning writing.
It was a short, strange, summer but it looks like the season for doubling the layers of my rain gear has finally arrived. Soon the… Continue reading
Take a look at fresh and saltwater fishing
I was watching some cool looking, single engine, private jets rocketing out of the airport the other day when I realized they were a nice… Continue reading
Last weekend as I was cruising the Homer Spit’s cleaning tables to see what was flopping on the cutting counters, I came across a surreal… Continue reading