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Here's the fantastic Friday Fish Recipe: Wasabi Salmon Burgers! Bring out the flavors of salmon with a Japanese-inspired infusion of ginger, sesame oil and wasabi. To view the recipe click here http://bit.ly/19PyyKf
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Beluga Whale Lookout is perched on the edge of the Kenai's coastal bluff and any time of the year provides a good view the mouth of the Kenai River and the volcanoes on the west side of Cook Inlet. But in the late spring and early summer visitors often see beluga as they ride the incoming tides into the Kenai River to feed on salmon.
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The Kenai Peninsula is a large peninsula jutting from the southern coast of Alaska in the United States. The name Kenai is probably derived from Kenayskaya, the Russian name for Cook Inlet, which borders the peninsula to the west.
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Here is Friday's Fish Recipe! Cedar-Plank Salmon - Great for Summertime Grilling. Quick Tip: Cedar boards for grilling are sold at gourmet food shops, housewares stores, and lumberyards. (Make sure the lumber hasn't been treated with preservatives or other chemicals.) The fish comes out smoky and moist. You'll never grill salmon the traditional way again. Click this link for the detailed recipe: http://bit.ly/10NElJJ
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Here is Friday's Fish Recipe! Cedar-Plank Salmon - Great for Summertime Grilling. Quick Tip: Cedar boards for grilling are sold at gourmet food shops, housewares stores, and lumberyards. (Make sure the lumber hasn't been treated with preservatives or other chemicals.) The fish comes out smoky and moist. You'll never grill salmon the traditional way again. Click this link for the detailed recipe: http://bit.ly/10NElJJ
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Fly Fishing Knots: A few knots have become more or less standard for attaching the various parts of the fly lines and backing, etc., together. There’s the improved clinch knot, arbor knot, albright knot, etc…and then, of course the loop. Anglers use many different types, what’s your favorite knot and/or loop combo?
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Happy Memorial Day from all of us at Captain Bligh's Beaver Creek Lodge & Guide Service...
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"Idyllic sunrise on the Kenai River, AK brings about infinite hope in the day." Photo courtesy of Murray's Fly Shop.
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