Fish, Men And Trees

By League Staff | October 21, 2019 | 0 Comments

Albert Einstein once said: “If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it’s stupid.” Einstein may have been a genius, but we fishermen respectfully disagree.

Projecting Positivity: “Save the Arctic” Goes Up In Lights

By League Staff | January 22, 2015

“Save the Artic” shone brightly on the walls outside of the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Anchorage, where the League joined Greenpeace, Sierra Club and others to demand protection for the Arctic Ocean.  Passionate Alaskans rallied below; they had come from across Alaska and beyond to attend a public hearing and express their opposition of Chukchi […]


Thank You, President Obama, For Protecting Bristol Bay!

By Corey Himrod | December 23, 2014

Four years ago, President Obama first moved to protect Bristol Bay from oil and gas leasing, calling it a “national treasure.” Earlier this week, President Obama made that protection permanent – ensuring that one of the world’s largest wild salmon runs and a tremendous economic driver for Alaska will be protected now and into the future! […]


In The Western Arctic, Big Things Have Small Beginnings

By League Staff | October 31, 2014

Above the Arctic Circle lies America’s Arctic – home to places that, by now, are surely quite familiar to a great many of us. For example, America’s Arctic Ocean – the Beaufort and Chukchi seas – provides habitat for countless species of wildlife, is central to life in coastal communities, and plays an important role […]