2013 Bristol Bay River Academy
Published on Aug 2, 2013
The Bristol Bay River Academy (formerly the Bristol Bay Fly Fishing & Guide Academy) merges salmon and river education, with recreation and conservation principles to educate, engage and inspire Bristol Bay young adults to become local leaders in salmon stewardship and prepared for jobs based on healthy salmon in their home rivers. The river-side course prepares young local leaders by equipping them with the knowledge, values and skills necessary to be conservation advocates in their communities and link visitors to the salmon and trout conservation issues in the region. The Academy accomplishes this in two primary ways.
2012 Thiess International Riverprize Finalists
Published on Oct 29, 2012
Showcasing the achievements of the four 2012 Thiess International Riverprize Finalists… Prespa Lakes (Greece); Nushagak River (Alaska, USA); Okavango River (Angola, Botswana & Namibia) and Willamette River (Oregon, USA).
Bristol Bay Area Plan Revision
Published on Feb 18, 2013
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources is accepting public comment on their revisions to the Bristol Bay Area Plan until April 4, 2013. Alaskans have a small window of opportunity to shape the future of Bristol Bay. Watch this video to find out how you can make a difference.
The Last Cast – Sportsmen Fight to Save Bristol Bay
Published on Nov 15, 2012
This beautiful video will sweep you into the incredible landscape of Bristol Bay, Alaska and give you a taste of why anglers “are spoiled forever” after fishing in Bristol Bay’s productive waters. “It’s the place people dream to fish.” And, it explains why sportsmen are fighting so hard to protect this last vestige of wild in the United States from an open-pit mine of “unimaginable size” called Pebble. As they say, it’s go time.
Produced by Alaskaflyout.com