The 30-inch mark is an Alaskan distinction between really big rainbows and HUGE rainbows.
Photo courtesy Crystal Creek Lodge
Alaska is blessed with an incredible wealth of sport-fishing opportunities—from easy-to-reach streams that flow alongside highways or right through town, to remote waters accessible . . .
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The John C. Boyle Dam in southern Oregon is one of the dams slated for removal after 2020.Photo by Bob J. Galindo / Wikipedia
Back in September, we posted a trailer for a video called A River Between Us, a cinematic call to action on behalf of the largest restoration project in American history: restoring the mighty. . .
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During the spawn, kokanees develop the classic sockeye hump, green head, and kype.
The landlocked version of the sockeye salmon, the kokanee (pronounced coke-a-nee
) spends its entire life in fresh water. Instead of migrating to the ocean, adult kokanees inhabit large. . .Read More »
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