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Join Us! Hosted Fly Fishing Trip to Alaska and Angler's Alibi for Trout and Salmon!

Dream of exploring the rivers of the Last Frontier for trophy salmon and trout?!

We will be hosting a trip to Alaska to join the renowned tent-camp at… 255 more words


The Geo-Economic Consequences of the Proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay

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The Pebble Partnership of Anglo American PLC and Northern Dynasty Minerals also called the Pebble Ltd. Partnership intends to build the “Pebble Mine” 200 miles South of Anchorage, Alaska. 3,150 more words


Commercial Fishing Video Of The Day | "Boat Cribs" Fish Camp Style


Wanna see how a fishermen lives in Bristol Bay at a Fish Camp? Look no further.

Via Youtube: Here is our yard and inside our cabin as well as us building our trail down the mud so we don’t have to walk uphill in thigh deep mud all the time. 18 more words

Commercial Fishing Video Of The Day

Sesame Crusted Bristol Bay Wild Sockeye Salmon

In case you aren’t already in the know, my fierce farm-to-table friend and fellow Food Network Star Emma Frisch writes a fabulous food blog called… 664 more words

Emma Frisch

Commercial Fishing Video Of The Day | The Boats Of Bristol Bay

Bristol Bay was undoubtably one of the most successful salmon fisheries in 2014. You probably know a lot about Bristol Bay because of the huge fight against Pebble Mine, which has strong opposition from fishermen and naturalist around the world. 34 more words

Commercial Fishing Video Of The Day

Comments due September 19, 2014 on EPA's 404(c) proposal for Bristol Bay

EPA’s proposed 404 (c) determination for areas in Bristol Bay would limit pollution of designated waterways, watersheds in this controversial area.

Copper mining, as it has been proposed in northern Minnesota, would drastically affect this environment, changing the ecosystem forever. 79 more words


It's simple - stop the strip mining of the planet's largest wild salmon habitat!

Bristol Bay in Alaska is the last wild salmon habitat in North America. It  supports more than 42% of the world’s salmon population.  It’s also home for Alaska Native people who depend on it, as well as thousand jobs in tourism and fishing. 70 more words