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Sport Fish Information Officer
May 22, 2014
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG), Division of Sport Fish recently produced an educational video, How to Fish for Arctic Grayling.
In this eight-minute video, April Behr, a fisheries biologist for ADFG, shows how to fish for Arctic grayling. She goes over the tackle and techniques for using both spin fishing and fly fishing gear. She also points out good spots to fish for Arctic grayling in a river, and describes their feeding habits. Finally, she shows how to successfully land and release an Arctic grayling.
The video will most benefit those who have never, or rarely, gone fishing for Arctic grayling. Seasoned anglers will enjoy the underwater footage.
Get started on becoming an Arctic grayling angler today by watching the video at: http://vimeo.com/94711113 or go to: www.adfg.alaska.gov and click on “Videos & Multimedia,” then “Learning How To…Videos:” Finally, click on “How to Fish for Arctic Grayling”.
For more information, contact Nancy Sisinyak at 907-459-7346 or firstname.lastname@example.org