It’s Tuesday morning and that means planning for this weekend’s fishing trip is well under way. Three more day, folks. Until then, here are three good articles to help pass the time.
Suffering Little Su by Craig Medred
“Anglers lost a July 1-3 fishery opening and the rest of the Chinook season on June 29 with only 1,240 salmon past the Little Su weir, but the return finally reached it’s lower threshold on Sunday.”
How to Fillet an Alaska Salmon by by Tara Young
“Patrick Hoogerhyde, chef and owner of Bridge Seafood on Ship Creek in Anchorage, knows how to fillet a fish. Growing up in the appropriately-named Southwest Alaska community of King Salmon, Hoogerhyde learned how to perfect his filleting technique.”
Dude, Seriously? by Drake Magazine
“After just two days of Western Montana’s “Get Your Guide On” Flyfishing Guide School, seasoned two-year vets Maddox and Karter say they can totally separate the future guides from the wannabees.”
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