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2016 Bristol Bay River Academy: Apply Today!

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Bristol Bay Fly Fishing & Guide Academy

We are so excited to announce that the application period for the 2016 Bristol Bay Guide Academy is OPEN!

This summer, we’ll be at Mission Lodge learning the basics of fly fishing, outdoor safety, providing a great customer experience, learning about river ecology, and a whole lot more. We have a great crew of instructors lined up, and can’t wait to meet everyone out in the Bay!

Though the Academy is of course a great job training opportunity and a whole lot of FUN, it is also a key piece of working toward a future based on clean rivers, salmon and salmon-based jobs that we seek for Bristol Bay.

Creating jobs and leadership opportunities for Bristol Bay youth helps the local economy, keeps tourism jobs in region, and of course creates lifelong stewards of Bristol Bay’s many rivers. We can’t imagine a better intersection of these goals than the Academy.

We hope you’ll apply or…

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Blueberry Island Lodge: For Sale

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An absolute awesome opportunity for someone to fulfill a dream of owning an Alaskan Fishing Lodge.

Blueberry Island Lodge is located on the Kvichak river, 2 miles down stream of Lake Illiamna.  The Lodge is completely turn-key and operationally in fantastic shape.  Visit the Blueberry Island Lodge website or Facebook page to get a feel for the Lodge and unlimited potential.

Click here to view the complete listing.

www.blueberryislandlodge.com

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Blueberry Island Lodge on Facebook

 

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12 Hours Left to Submit Your Comments to The EPA and Help SAVE BRISTOL BAY

Save Bristol Bay

 

2 Minutes of your day could help generations of Wild Alaska Salmon

 

SUBMIT YOUR COMMENTS HERE

Friday is the Deadline to have your say and Help Save Bristol Bay

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DEADLINE

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th 8 pm AKSTD

TELL EPA to TAKE ACTION on BRISTOL BAY

Bristol Bay, Alaska is home to one of the last great salmon fisheries on the planet. The salmon, wildlife, people and fishing jobs of this beautiful and productive region are threatened by the proposed Pebble gold and copper mine. If built, Pebble could become the largest mine in North America.

We have an unprecedented opportunity to stop this mine and protect Bristol Bay’s fish and jobs through the Clean Water Act.

Take action now by sending a comment to the EPA on their Proposed Determination for 404(c) action that would stop Pebble mine. Ask EPA to complete the Clean Water Act 404(c) process and protect Bristol Bay

COMMENT HERE

 

Did you get here because you wanted to learn more about the amazing photo we have posted today?  Check out Pat Clayton’s work at:

www.fisheyeguyphotography.com

A big “Thank You” to Pat for letting us use his images and all of his personal work and investment in helping to SAVE BRISTOL BAY.