Fly fishing film festival April 7 at the Beringia Centre - get your tickets at Coast Mountain Sports.
Connect with other Yukon and Southeast Alaska anglers and try out the new fishonyukon forums. The forums feature: location reports, tips and tactics, and more. Bookmark it, have your say, and come back again.
Its that time of year again. Fall Coho fishing in Haines. Send me your fishing reports, stories and photos and check out the Chilkoot Bear foundation for some bear etiquette tips.
The Yukon and Fish and Game Association and the Yukon Bird Club are cleaning up McIntyre Creek and Pumphouse Lake this Sunday September 21st. Meet at Pumphouse Lake at 8:30am.google09fab2a1df5c612c.html
Visit the Whitehorse Fish Ladder before the Yukon Salmon are gone!
Fishing Talks at the Fish Ladder this August. Talks to include: Yukon River Salmon and the Hatchery and Fish Filleting with Icy Waters. Check with the Fish Ladder for details.
Fishing with the Family “fish-talk” at the Whitehorse Fish Ladder. Today Wed Aug. 6th 7-9pm. Glenn from Sports North will be on hand to demo some tackle and others to provide tips.
SUNDAY JULY 6TH 10AM-3PM. Come out to the Fish Ladder and Hidden Lakes for the National Fishing Week and Free Family Fishing Weekend Kick-off events. Hosted by YFGA, Environment and Yukon Energy. Hot dogs, demos, prizes, ask a local, fishing tips and more.
Participate in the Hooked on Yukon Fishing Program. July 4-6 Free Family Fishing Weekend. July 5-13 National Fishing Week. July/August - Wednesdays Fish Talks at the Whitehorse Fish Ladder. More details to come.
Yukoner Susan Thompson (aka Fisheries Biologist with YTG) is in Kenya helping build local economies through fish farming. Visit her website www.fish4kenya.com for stories, pictures and to learn of ways to support this initiative.
Ice-fishing Tip: No matter how cool it looks on TV, donít use your shoulders and arms to set the hook. Itís a wrist thing. Itís a snap of the wrist in fact. From Fishandgame.com.
How thick should the ice be? Numerous unofficial sources recommend 3 inches, I am thinking 6 is safer.
Keeping snagged fish on the Chilkat River is not only illegal…but not cool.