This is it folks. This Friday marks the last and final opportunity to voice the message lound and clear that sportsmen and women want cool, clean, fish filled waters in Bristol Bay...not a giant mine. Take action at savebristolbay.org/takeaction.
Alaskans Speak Out: Pebble Mine is a risk we cannot afford to take
The EPA heard 3 out of 4 Alaskans speak out against Pebble Mine during the August hearings in Anchorage and around the Bristol Bay region. We were moved by the testimony, pleading with the EPA to understand why and how Pebble Mine threatens the valuable resource in Bristol Bay.
On day four, students put their heads down and did some serious preparation. Client day is looming and they have lots of preparation to do to ensure they’re ready to guide a stranger for a day on the water.
It was a little bit difficult to convince the kids to agree to a 7:00am breakfast, until we told them there was a fly-out planned for the day.
2014 Bristol Bay River & Guide Academy is Underway
What do you get when you combine 13 Bristol-Bay area youth, a scenic lodge on the shore of Lake Iliamna, and an interest among all involved in promoting good fishing jobs on home turf? That would be the Bristol Bay River Academy.
The Last Cast: Angling and the Fight to Save Bristol Bay
This June, twelve young Bristol Bay residents, gathered at Mission Lodge on Lake Aleknagik for a week-long, on river course that helped develop their skills as guides, taught them how to fly fish and got into some nitty-gritty discussions on the dynamics between fishing (whether with a net or ro
Take a look at this newly released 5 minute video from Trout Unlimited's Save Bristol Bay program and Alaska Fly Out Media. With breathtaking scenery and
We all have one. That little place in our heart that we escape to, the place hold close to our soul and dream about when life gets a little too crazy. When you find yourself with too many deadlines and not enough time on the river.