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The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has produced a variety of videos, presentations, audio files, and other multimedia content, highlighting the beauty of Alaska, the incredible nature of our wildlife, and the broad scope of related management and outdoor activities of interest to Alaskans and visitors alike.
Top 5 most recently added videos
An Apology to Alaska Native Peoples Regarding Migratory Birds
An apology from the The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Alaska Department of Fish & Game for implementing Migratory Bird Treaty Act regulations in the 1960s and 1970s. The act made it illegal for Alaska Native People to hunt birds in the spring. The Act’s implementation caused hunters and their families extreme hardship in their pursuit of sustenance. Produced at Alaska Teen Media Institute. Narrated by Crystal Leonetti, Alaska Native Affairs Specialist, US Fish & Wildlife Service Thanks to Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council Native Caucus, AMBCC Executive Director Patty Schwalenberg and the elders and hunters who provided background information on this topic.
How to Fish for Delta Clearwater River Coho Salmon
In this video, Brandy Baker, a fisheries biologist for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, shows how to fish for coho salmon (also known as silver salmon) in the Delta Clearwater River. This is a crystal clear river in Interior Alaska that features spectacular salmon fishing in late autumn. Brandy describes how to access the fishery from shore, as well as a boat. She goes over the tackle to use as well as fishing techniques. This video features underwater footage of silvers, as well as aerial footage of the river taken with a drone. Produced by Erik Anderson -- ADF&G Sport Fish Division Region III. For more information, see: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=FishingSportFishAK.main For best results, watch this video in HD. © 2018 ADF&G
Alutiiq Pride: A Story of Subsistence
The Village of Tatitlek & ADF&G Div. of Subsistence Present: Alutiiq Pride: A Story of Subsistence. Produced by Taylor Productions. Funding by The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council. 30 minutes. An intimate chronicle of a father and son whose traditional seal hunt reveals how the Native American Alutiiq tribe has dealt with the devastation of Exxon Valdez oil spill. With resiliency of the human spirit and the obstinate majesty of the Alaskan landscape, we see how both culture and nature recuperate and survive.
How to set up a slip-bobber rig
This video covers how to set up a slip-bobber rig.
Using a slip-bobber set up to fish for silver salmon
This video covers how to fish for silver salmon using a slip-bobber rig.