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Fishing in Alaska: Online Resources and Mobile Apps to Enhance the Experience

By    |   Thursday, 12 Nov 2015 10:07 PM

Technology has made advancements in every corner of the world including outdoor recreation. Those fishing in remote Alaska may benefit from several online resources and mobile applications that can enhance the experience. Whether you are looking for salmon or trolling for pike, these resources can put accurate information at your fingertips.

Here's a look at the latest technology you may find useful while fishing in Alaska.

1. Limit Out App
This app provides users with information on fish counts and pulls data in real time from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. The app also provides anglers with information regarding sudden emergency orders issued by the state.

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2. The Alaska App
This app allows users to learn about the trails, weather, and nearby campgrounds, and provides access to GPS mapping. It is described as "the official mobile guide to Alaska's best places." Users can also interact with other users to get information about their location.

3. Take Me Fishing Website
This nationwide website offers information on all the 50 states in regards to species, techniques, locations, and even license information. It's considered a one-stop shop for state fishing resources. Anglers in Alaska can obtain all fishing laws and regulations through the site, as well as purchase a fishing license online.

4. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Website
Anglers looking for a webcam or data about fishing in a certain region can turn to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game website. Here, you will find a plethora of information about outdoor fishing opportunities, news, emergency orders, and license purchasing. The website also provides links to outside videos that have been posted on behalf of the state on channels such as YouTube and Vimeo.

5. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Official Facebook Page
Alaskans who are social media users will find this method the most useful for up-to-date information. The page provides information on upcoming hunting and fishing educational courses, species-specific news, and a link to the Alaskan Wildlife News online magazine. Users can interact with other people on the page as well as the staff at the Department of Fish and Game through postings.

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