Each year, ADF&G, Sport Fish Division Aquatic Education Program sponsors a cover contest for Fishing Regulations Summary booklets
Your child could be on the cover next year! Get outdoors, go fishing and make those memories last a life time. Pack your camera along with your rod and reel, and capture those memorable images of your family and children fishing in Alaska.
To be considered for the cover, the primary person in the photo must be under the age of 18 when the photo was taken and the photo must have been taken in Alaska.
Continue reading Alaska Kids Sport Fishing Cover Photo Contest
Alaska contains over 130 volcanoes and volcanic fields which have been active within the last two million years.
Alaska is now home to more than 40 active volcanoes, many of which have erupted violently and repeatedly in the last 200 years. These digitized color 35-mm images which represent a small fraction of thousands of photographs taken by Alaska Volcano Observatory scientists, other researchers, and private citizens.
The photographs were selected to portray Alaska’s volcanoes, to document eruptive activity, and to illustrate the range of volcanic phenomena observed in Alaska.
Image Credits: U.S. Geological Survey – Christina Neal, Robert McGimsey, and M.F. Diggles
Learn more about Alaska’s named volcanoes,
Rob Endsley of Prince of Wales Sportfishing in Craig, Alaska used Contour video cameras to capture this awesome video footage of king salmon, silver salmon, halibut, ling cod, sea bass, and humpback whales during the 2012 charter fishing season in Craig, Alaska. There’s plenty of underwater fishing video footage too. Winner of the 2013 Greater Anacortes Fishing Film Festival.