The Fishing News

From a Southcentral Alaska angler’s perspective, no season matches the power, vibrancy and beauty of fall. By Ken Marsh The silvers were so fresh and bright on that mid-August evening that I almost missed seeing them. Their scales reflected the sunlight and made the fish appear translucent, almost invisible. Only their darker, distinctively squared tailsContinue reading “The Fishing News”

What the Coho Said

Coaxing Alaska silver salmon to strike dry flies is sport of the highest order. By Ken Marsh I found the fish late that afternoon lurking in the frog water (angler’s slang for languid sloughs, stagnant creek mouths), a dozen or more cruising slowly, prowling. That’s typical of silver salmon. Determined as they are to reachContinue reading “What the Coho Said”