Fishing Related Gift Ideas for Father's Day
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Father's Day is coming up quick (June 19th) but it's not too late to avoid getting your dad another tie, wallet, or screwdriver. We've put together a few fishing related gift ideas that work for any dad that likes to fish.
Magazine Subscription: another great gift idea that can help him stay in top form throughout the year is a subscription to a fishing magazine. As a bonus for the ultra last minute shopper, you can just write him a note in a card that he's getting the next issue delivered to his door! Sticking with fly fishing, we suggest Fly Fisherman Magazine...it covers the hobby from top to bottom (note, this magazine prints 6 issues per year).
Essentials: stock your dad up with the necessities that he may not think of until it's too late. Bug spray and sunscreen will have him thanking you throughout the summer and add in things like travel Kleenex, toilet paper (you never know!), and some first aid items and you'll check one thing off his prep list.
The Top Gift? Time with you... My dad jokes that his "presence is present enough" but some time together with you could really make his day. Make time to take him to a local spot and catch-up while fishing.
Popular Alaska Fishing Destinations
The World Famous Kenai River - Fishing for King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Trophy Rainbow Trout & more
One of the Best King Salmon Rivers in Alaska - Located in remote Southwest Alaska & stretching for 280 miles...if you are looking to target big King Salmon in Alaska the Nushagak might be the place for you.
Nestled Between the Kenai Mountains & the Ocean - Excellent Saltwater fishing for Halibut, Salmon & Lingcod in the Gulf of Alaska & Resurrection Bay
The Hailibut Capital of the World - Located at th Southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula. Offers easy access to excellent saltwater & freshwater fishing as well as a wealth of activities, restuarants & lodging options to choose from.
Known as the "Little Brother of the Kenai River" - The Kasilof is a glacially fed river, approximately 17 miles long and the prime fishing targets are King, Sockeye & Silver Salmon as well as Steelhead.