Kodiak, Alaska

Kodiak Island, 190 miles along the Alaska Peninsula from Homer, is indeed beautiful, carpeted in dark green spruce, with lighter green meadows and hillsides. Snow still streaks its peaks in early June. Not for nothing, is it called Alaska's emerald isle. In fact, the treeless sections resemble parts of Ireland or Scotland.
After his year in the Bering, Wally decided that a gentler, kinder fishing experience was more up his marine highway alley
Using photos submitted with the reports, scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Juneau believe
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