MAR
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Pebble Mine Update

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We wanted to share this video that we recently came across where retired Alaskan Senator Rick Halford reminds us why it's important to protect and safeguard our natural resources and the value of Alaska's wild salmon fishery and all that depend on it. Enjoy the footage. It's beautiful.

 

 And here's an update on the Pebble Mine from Anchorage Daily News that we found through Midcurrent.  Thanks for staying informed on these important issues with us!

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SEP
18
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Pebble Mine News

Good morning Folks.  Very big news this week regarding the campaign to protect Bristol Bay.  The major partner behind the proposed Pebble Mine has decided to exit the project.  This is likely in part a response to the massive outpouring of opposition to the proposed Pebble Mine and support for EPA taking action to protect the most productive wild salmon fishery on the planet.  See the news here:  http://www.alaskadispatch.com/article/20130916/anglo-american-withdraws-pebble-mine-project

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sage1Also, we have a friend and client who bought a new 590-4 Sage ONE (9' #5, 4-piece)for his wife and after using it for a weekend has found that she likes the Circa better. They have decided to sell the ONE at a screaming deal. If you are interested in a new Sage ONE rod at a great price, please contact Ron directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We know this model and it's a great rod and a great price.  For more information view the Sage Website here.  

 

 

Today's also the last day to submit your photos for our Favorite Fishing Photo Contest.  We've got some great entries so far but would love to see yours!  Email your photo to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 6PM tonight.  We'll be announcing the winners next week. 

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JUL
30
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Save Bristol Bay

pebble mine   Barry and Cathy have been traveling to Alaska to fish for years now, and many of you have joined them.  One of the most well known and best places to fish for salmon, Alaska has been a favorite on our trip schedule.  Please join with us in fighting to save this wonderful fish and wildlife resource that is in jeopardy.  Go to savebristolbay.org to read more about it.  You can also view another great article about the Jewelers support HERE

 

   The Becks have plans to return to Alaska in 2014. We're still working out the details but the dates will be July 26-August 2.  If you're interested feel free to call or email us here at the office and we'll get you more information.  We're looking forward to a great trip as always!

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