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Have a photo from a trip in Alaska that you would like to share? Please send your photo to mike@alaskaflyfishinggoods.com. Please send in j-peg files of medium size. (640x640-1000x1000) Work best, but larger files are acceptable.
Include any info about the day or the fish that you would like to share.  “Spot X” and “No Name Creek” work for destinations if you are hesitant about sharing your secret spot.  We are also interested in fishing life photos and humorous trip moments.
Here at Alaska Fly Fishing Goods, we promote catch n’ release of all resident species.  These include, trout, char, grayling and pike, just to name a few. We ask that fish photos show safe fish handling.
•    No holding fish that are to be released by the gills.
•    No side shots of fish on dry land or in the grass.  Side shots of fish in shallow water are acceptable.
•    No photos of badly injured fish (freshly destroyed maxillaries and gill bleeders, etc…)
•    Photos of salmon that have been retained is fine, just keep them tasteful.  E.g. no bloody shots.
Thank you for sharing your experiences with us.  We look forward to seeing and sharing your photos and experiences with everyone. Please note that we cannot share all pictures and we will email if we are going to post your photo.  
Tight Lines,
-The Alaska Fly Fishing Goods Crew

Wildlife
Wildlife photos from Alaska.
Scenery
Scenery (10)
Alaska scenery photos.
The Fly Fishing Life
The lighter side of fly fishing in Alaska.
Other Alaskan Fish
Pike, grayling, rockfish, halibut and other fish photos from Alaska.
Dolly Varden & Arctic Char
Dolly Varden and Arctic Char photos from Alaska.
Silver Salmon
Silver salmon photos from Alaska.
King Salmon
King salmon photos from Alaska.
Sockeye, Chum, and Pink Salmon
Red, Dogs and Humpy photos from Alaska
Rainbow Trout
Rainbow trout photos from Alaska.
Steelhead

Steelhead photos from Alaska.
 

Fishing Report

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