Non Pelagic Rock Fish Closed 2020

https://www.adfg.alaska.gov/sf/EONR/index.cfm?ADFG=region.NR&Year=2019&NRID=2866 (Released: December 31, 2019 - Expires: January 31, 2021) Division of Sport Fish Dave Rutz, Director Anchorage Headquarters Office 333 Raspberry Road Anchorage, AK 99518 Alaska Department of Fish and Game Doug Vincent-Lang, Commissioner P.O. Box 115526 Juneau, AK 99811-5526 www.adfg.alaska.gov Contact: Bob Chadwick, SE Regional Management Coordinator (907) 747-5551 Southeast Alaska Nonpelagic Rockfish Closure For 2020 (Juneau) – Today the Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced that the retention of nonpelagic rockfish will be prohibited during 2020. The following regulations are effective 12:01 a.

Hoochies anyone?

Some of you might be asking what in the world a hoochie is, while others know all about them! Well, a hoochie is a common fishing lure used when fishing for salmon, that is designed to mimic a squid. Traditionally a hoochie is fished while trolling behind an attractant called a flasher. Flashers create a slower rolling motion that causes the hoochie behind it to zig-zag creating a realistic squid-like motion that salmon are attracted to. We see so many different hoochies that vary in in color, size, and style. Just like any lure out there, different colors work at different times. Some of the variables that affect what colors work are water visibility, water temperature, time of year, and t

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