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Sport Fishing In Alaska – A Splashy Dream

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Feeing a little bored lately?

Well, then perhaps you should try sport fishing in Alaska! Do you dream of catching that record breaking trout?

Want to reel in a fish that will feed your entire family? Wish you could put up a shiny fishing trophy on that bare wall? It is all possible in the world of sport fishing.

Although 400 pound halibut and 80 pound salmon are rare, they do exist. For most fishermen (and fisherwomen) they will leave satisfied with the catch that they did stumble upon. After all, you are in Alaska… home to some of the best fishing in the country.

When sport fishing, there are a couple things to keep in mind. First of, above all else, remember to obtain a fishing license before you even drop your line.

Without a license, you can get in big trouble and losing the “big one” won’t be your only concern. After you have your license, you can either enter a sport fishing contest where all contestants fish a specific location and the one with the biggest fish or most fish wins. If you are not interested in entering a contest then you’re all set.

Just pick a location, decide on which type of fish you want to find, and cast out, young angler. If you’re looking for something a little more exciting then find a contest, understand the rules and regulations, and then you are also on your way. Either decision you make will insure sport fishing in Alaska is a highlight of your trip.

Some of the best spots for sport fishing in Alaska are the Kenai Peninsula, Bristol Bay, Kodiak, Prince William Sound, and the Upper Copper area.

Each of these areas offers different types of fish and different living conditions. The most popular types of fish to catch are rainbow trout, halibut, silver salmon, king salmon, and lingcod.

Sport fishing in Alaska is a grand experience if done right. Some private fishing docks have guides to accompany you on your trip into the Alaskan waters.

So, when the 400 pound halibut comes swimming in, you will be ready. Alaska’s waters are full of fish for the catching and sport fishing in Alaska is a great way to do that!

Enjoy the Alaskan waters as you reel in a big one!

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