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    We posted some info on this a few days ago, but some of you didn't get the memo. Be sure to check out our brand-new online magazine, Alaska Fishing Magazine. It's a quarterly, and deals with both freshwater and saltwater fishing, plus fish biology, fly tying and a ton of other stuff. This one has articles on winter kings, pike fishing, fly tying and a special feature article on a great fishing destination outside Alaska, Baja's East Cape area!

    The current issue is our very first one, and the spring issue is coming up close behind. Check it out!

    -Mike
    Michael Strahan
    Site Owner
    Alaska Hunt Consultant
    1 (907) 229-4501

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    Thanks for the reminder there is something else besides gossip going on.
    Vegetables arenít food, vegetables are what food eats.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by kingfisherktn View Post
      Thanks for the reminder there is something else besides gossip going on.
      wha.... what... who? me?....
      Michael Strahan
      Site Owner
      Alaska Hunt Consultant
      1 (907) 229-4501

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      • #4
        Just blame it on COtoAK, that works.
        Vegetables arenít food, vegetables are what food eats.

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        • #5
          gr8 start

          Originally posted by Michael Strahan View Post
          Alaska Fishing Magazine. It's a quarterly, and deals with both freshwater and saltwater fishing, plus fish biology, fly tying and a ton of other stuff. This one has articles on winter kings, pike fishing, fly tying and a special feature article on a great fishing destination outside Alaska, Baja's East Cape area!
          Great start to a new mag.

          I especially liked the one about Baja. Awhile back I used to be in San Felipe a few times every single year. Those pangas are not a bad way to go; their captains know the water, though they have no fancy gear to look undersea.

          Few people know that San Felipe has a 30 foot vertical tide, one of the highest/lowest tide surges of the world. I know; I lost a 3 month old 4x4 to that tide.

          And the city takes some getting used to. Fun town, but I remember one ticket I got there..... Cop: "you drove too close to the pedestrian". Me: "Where did you see my truck?" Cop: "in the street". Me: "Where was the pedestrian?" Cop: "on the sidewalk". At that point I knew logic wasn't the way to go and I handed him a twenty and he was happy. That was the way back then.

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