3 Good Articles: It’s Not Our Fault Edition

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During my quest to learn more about how Mat-Su Valley fisheries are managed, I’ve come across a few good reads that Mat-Su sport anglers may find interesting. As usual, they include a lot of finger pointing.

It’s the Sport Angler’s Fault

The first is Little Susitna River Salmon History from 1886 to 2012, produced by Roland Maw, PhD, United Cook Inlet Drift Association (UCIDA) Executive Director and Audrey Salmon, UCIDA Office Manager, in 2013.

In this report, UCIDA lays out its argument for why coho salmon runs have declined in the Little Su, including laying blame on in-river users (sport anglers) for over harvesting the resource.  Continue reading “3 Good Articles: It’s Not Our Fault Edition”

Good Reads: ‘Body of Water’

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Body of Water: A Sage, A Seeker, and the World’s Most Alluring Fish by Chris Dombrowski

Nonfiction
Milkweed Editions, October 2016
$24; 215 pp
ISBN: 978-1-57131-352-2

In Body of Water, a treat for fly fishing bibliophiles, author and Montana fishing guide Chris Dombrowski strays from his roots in poetry and big sky rivers to tell the story of legendary bonefish guide David Pinder and one of the world’s most fabled sporting lodges – Deep Water Cay.  Continue reading “Good Reads: ‘Body of Water’”