Your personal information is secure with us. Our security policy is designed to keep your personal information secure.

Data Quality and Access

Alaska Fly Fishing Goods takes all steps possible to ensure that the information on our website is accurate. If any information is found to be inaccurate, we will correct that information as quickly as possible. You should know that the information on the website is subject to change without prior notice.

Alaska Fly Fishing Goods uses cookies to facilitate website interactions for registered users. A cookie is a small file that is stored on your computer’s hard drive. We use this file to maintain information about users as they move from page to page. When you close your browser, the cookie becomes inactive and a new one will be created the next time you sign on to to use one of the password protected features on the website. You can set your computer so that it will not accept cookies. If you do that, the features of may not run optimally, or at all.

When you access, certain information, such as your IP Address and the time spent on pages may be collected. This non-personal information is collected in order to monitor any unauthorized use or access to the website. Anyone caught attempting to harm, steal information from, or otherwise damage will be prosecuted.

We also have engaged an outside service to monitor the security of our website and to install up-to-date security fixes as they become available.

Data Security

We use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, which is the industry standard, to transfer any personal information (your name and address, for example) to SSL is also used to transmit your credit card information to We do not store credit card information on our computers. Credit card transactions are processed by and are protected by their extensive security system. To read about their security measures, click on the logo displayed below.

During a secure SSL session, personal information passed back and forth between your computer and is coded using public key cryptography. Only your computer and ours can read the coded information.

To use SSL technology you will need a 256-bit encryption-enabled browser, such as Microsoft Explorer or Mozilla. Each time you enter a secure connection while visiting, your browser will notify you by displaying a key or a lock in the lower right corner of your browser window.