Angling - fishing with hook and line - has a long history. It was already highly developed when Stone Age artists were painting fishing and hunting scenes on the walls of caves. The idea that angling is more than just gathering food is ancient. In 500 B.
Now that the calendar has rolled over to May and the days have grown longer, the great outdoors is beckoning to be explored. Don't let pesky mosquitoes or a hectic work schedule slow down the Alaskan adventurous spirit.
Periodically, even through the cold of winter, I drive into Boat Launch Road at the Port of Kenai to use the wildlife viewing platform. It's a convenient vantage point from which to search the Kenai Flats for signs of bird life.
Looking for his next great fishing adventure, the self-proclaimed, "world's greatest fly fishing guide" Hank Patterson is making his first trip to Alaska this weekend as part of the traveling Trout Unlimited Film Festival.
Have you ever wondered what a game warden does? How about boating on some of the Kenai Peninsula’s largest lakes and popular rivers to check anglers or flying over portions of the vast Kenai National Wildlife Refuge and landing to check on one of the public use cabins? If you like to get out in th...