16 September 2010

Fishing Jewel Lake - A Guest Blogger Post

Written by my friend Rico Cunningham

Jewel Lake is a lovely place located in the southern part of Anchorage, Alaska. This lake has been a popular place to boat, swim, fish, and do all types of sports in for a great time. One of the best things about this lake is the fact that it has a dock and a pier in which people can go to fish without worrying about intruding on people who happen to be boating or swimming.

Fishing has been a hobby of mine for as long back as I can possibly remember. I used to go out with my parents each weekend to a different place and learn to fish from them, and it carried on to be one of the best things that I do. I have actually managed to set many personal records and then break them with ease, as there are many places to fish in Alaska.

King salmon fishing is what I do best, although it is only available at certain times of the year. The best feeling in the world is to be able to simply set my ADT safewatch and set off for a day or more in hopes to catch a good batch of fish. I also enjoy smoking fish and baking them in different ways to make them more pleasing to the people that I give them to.

1 comments:

Wendy said...

Well. Ain't this cool! I've been there - though I haven't fished there. :)