Columnist John Schandelmeier details the good and the bad of early summer fishing, along with a prod to get out and catch them.
Outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier provides a rundown on bears, fishing, mountains, mosquitoes and more.
Columnist John Schandelmeier explores the arguments for development or conservation and the importance of true wilderness.
Columnist John Schandelmeier offers tips on constructing with bent nails and building materials on hand, along with building methods that can save money.
Columnist John Schandelmeier, a two-time winner of the race, has some ideas on how to help the Yukon Quest return to relevance.
Rabbits take little space, are easy to manage and are increasingly popular as a meat source, says columnist John Schandelmeier.
Sightings will tick up as spring goes on, and many places in the state will be inundated with bears soon if they aren’t already.
John Schandelmeier: There’s virtually no downside to raising chickens. It just takes a little know-how and preparation.
While it might not be a “normal” spring, outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier writes there are reasons to take advantage of current conditions.
While even a few years ago it was rare to see someone at the cave in the spring, now tours are making it a priority stop.
Though they are relatively rare in Alaska, they have increased in range and overcome sustained and costly efforts to control their population.
Even though columnist John Schandelmeier loves winter and all its trappings, the call of spring is getting louder.
Columnist John Schandelmeier writes that parents need to take the lead on providing training and instilling responsibility when it comes to kids handling firearms.
Outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier takes stock of Alaska’s avian population as they reckon with the tail end of a challenging winter.
Outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier relays his experiences and gives his best practices for reeling in big ones.