Fishing Maps & Guidebooks
This definitive selection of the best Alaska fishing maps and guidebooks will help make the most of your fishing and vacation experience. You’ll learn the best places to fish, hike, sightsee, and experience nature, and take home a perfect souvenir from your discount vacation. The perfect tool for a fisherman, canoeist, hiker, mountain biker, or wildlife sightseer.
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The Definitive Map Series for Kenai Fishing:
These 5 highly detailed and large scale maps are the definitive answer for the Alaska fisherman or outdoors enthusiast on vacation in the Kenai Peninsula. Each of the maps opens to 24×36 inches and the large scale of the maps clearly show all the best fishing and recreation spots that would take you days to find on your own. In addition, these maps show all fishable bodies of water and what species of fish are found in each of the many streams, lakes and rivers on the Kenai. These maps are topographic and detail campgrounds, fishing access points, roads, trails, public and business facilities, trail descriptions, Kenai National Moose Range canoe system and the names of “fishing holes”. The maps also contain detailed fishing information on the methods and means used by Alaska fisherman to help you get the most out of your vacation. These 5 maps are available for purchase as a set for only $23.95
Kenai National Refuge Fishing Map and Fishing Guide
Alaska Atlas & Gazetteer: Topo Maps of the Entire State
The Alaska Atlas is the one map and guide book you need. If you come without the Alaska Atlas, you should make sure you do not leave without it.There are 126 quadrangle maps within the map book as well as special features and city maps. The current edition includes GPS grids.Also included is an “Index of Placenames and Physical Features” which includes but is not limited to cities, towns, mountains, trails, glaciers, rivers, streams, valleys, volcanos, lakes, islands, harbors, points, peninsulas and icefields.There are over 20 of the pages which include directories of boat ramps, ski areas,campgrounds, hiking trails, freshwater fishing information with access points and locations, scenic drive information, State parks, National Parks, visitor information centers, historic sites, and wildlife refuges.
The price of this great Alaska information asset is only $19.95.
This complete Alaska Fishing guide is a must for all fishing enthusiasts. In one comprehensive book you will find all the information you need to catch all species of salmon, trout, grayling, pike and char. Whether you are a flyfishing enthusiast, spin or casting fisherman, this is the one book to own about Alaska fishing. All the fishing information you need about Alaska sport fishing species, fish distributions, fish habits, popular fishing methods, and specific information for more than 250 of Alaska’s best rivers,lakes and marine areas in all Alaska’s regions are included with detailed maps and directions to the best fishing spots. Appendices include a species reference guide, fly fishing patterns for Alaska, fishing guide tips for salmon fishing, and fishing records for Alaska sport fishing. The complete Alaska Fishing Guide is only $20.95.
The Kenai Canoe Trails: Alaska’s Premier Hiking and Canoeing System
“The Kenai Canoe Trails” is the only complete guide to every trail and lake in the Swan Lake and Swanson River canoe trails in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge and is a must for travellers interested in canoeing, hiking, wildlife sightseeing, and fishing in this pristine Alaska wilderness accessible by road on the Kenai peninsula. The Kenai Canoe Trails is one of only two wilderness canoe systems in the United States and this guide contains more than 70 aerial photographs of every lake and trail, 39 detailed maps, and detailed field notes about campsites, trail length, lake depth, fish and wildlife species. The book has been called a classic field guide for canoeists, fisherman, hunters, ice fisherman, Nordic skiers, and hikers. The cost is only $18.95.
These great books about Alaska fishing, fly fishing, halibut fishing are colorful and informative editions to any sportsman’s library. The books contain how to and where to instructions on almost every fish species in fresh and saltwater.
Alaska highway angler: how to fish highway accessible streams, rivers and lakes
Fly Patterns of Alaska: Fly patterns and information on how to tie flies
Fly Fishing Alaska Wild Rivers: How to Fly Fish waters
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