- Roadside Angler Member Forum
- Roadside Angler Fishing Reports
- Roadside Angler Photo Contest
- Roadside Angler Book Discount
This is the angling community portion of the website that is open to all members. Topics of discussion are divided into a few basic categories depending on water and type of fishing, including freshwater, saltwater, and fly-fishing. In addition, there are categories for talks regarding regulations pertaining to our fisheries and a “rave and rant” area aptly named The Combat Zone. Non-registered users may read available information but to post questions or comments and share experiences, registration is necessary.
This is one of the most valuable sections of RoadsideAnglersGuide.com as it provides critical input on current status of our road-accessible fisheries, even emergency orders. Like the Member Forum, several categories are presented that will be of great importance to anglers seeking information to help them decide where and when to go and for what. These include a place for registered members to share and comment on their results of recent fishing trips, seasonal weekly reports provided by the Alaska Department of Fish & Game, and site-exclusive data and information found through Streamside Spot Checks and Hot Spots of the Week.
Although all categories are open to the general public, only registered members may post information.
Open to all registered and enrolled members, entrants can send in their favorite images of fish caught or simply a picturesque ocean, stream, or lake setting. All images submitted will be featured in the Gallery section and, upon approval, may be used in future editions of various Alaska fishing publications and rewarded with a free copy of The Roadside Angler’s Guide.
Drawing will also be held for a valuable prize, such as a halibut charter or lodge stay, and all entrants qualify.
All visitors, registered, and enrolled members can purchase copies of The Roadside Angler’s Guide at discount prices depending on membership level. Lifetime members receive a free current copy of the guidebook upon time of enrollment, available in soft-cover or downloadable eBook format.