Your first encounter at Hallo Bay Bear Camp most likely won’t be with the brown bears, but with the camp’s resident bear whisperer and camp manager, Brad Garasky. He’s one of the main naturalist guides at camp giving daily tours as well as managing the communication hub for guides, pilots and mariners traveling in the […]
Who doesn’t love a good list — especially when it involves low costs on airfare to popular destinations countrywide? From Boston to San Diego, here are this week’s top 10 Daybreak deals. Anchorage – Boston, $386 roundtrip beginning Sept. 23 on United Anchorage – San Diego, $382 roundtrip beginning Aug. 13 on Delta Anchorage – […]
Hallo Bay guides have been taking small groups of people viewing in Katmai National Park for the past 27 years without harming the wildlife or bears. The main mission at Hallo Bay Bear Camp is to leave no trace, and that’s one of the reasons why the bear camp has been so successful in keeping […]
James Gaddis and Megan Mazurek of KTVA’s Daybreak recently took a trip to Hallo Bay Bear Camp in Katmai National Park & Preserve to watch brown bears in their natural habitat. All this week they will share their experiences and explain how Hallo Bay keeps the habitat, bears and people safe. On the second day […]
The 19th annual Alaska Men’s Run — a benefit fundraiser to help fight prostate and testicular cancer — is set to take place July 19 in Anchorage. Friday marks the deadline to register online, and you can click here for more information.
Anchorage Ship Creek is open for everything but kings. Silvers are starting. Lakes are good. Streams are OK. Mat-Su Parks Highway streams are good for trout. Salmon fishing in Parks Highway streams is still fair. Lake fishing for Pike is good. Lake fishing for trout is good. Seward Halibut fishing is good out near Montague […]
In May of 2014, the Anchorage Daily News was purchased from the McClatchy Company by the online-only Alaska Dispatch for $34 million. Recently, the ADN.com website was transitioned to the AlaskaDispatch.com format. The news organization’s publisher, Alice Rogoff, and editor, Tony Hopfinger, stopped by the set of DayBreak to discuss the changes and answer some looming […]
It may cost a few extra dollars, but there are ways to help humanize air travel to the Lower 48. 1. It’s during peak travel times like July that the Global Entry card comes in handy. It costs $95 and you have to get fingerprinted and interviewed, but it includes admission to the pre-check line […]
For Erica Chilla, the title of Mrs. Alaska is more than evening gowns and a well-rehearsed walk: It’s a platform that allows her to raise awareness for tuberous sclerosis, a condition her young son was diagnosed with shortly after he was born. Chilla will head to Vegas to compete for the national title later this […]
See The Shoot Dangs perform at Tap Root Public House Saturday, July 12 at 10 p.m.
Anchorage Local lakes are good for rainbows and char. Local streams are good for rainbows, but be sure to check regulations. Ship Creek still closed to king fishing. Mat-Su Streams very good for rainbows, dolly varden and grayling. Lakes are fishing good. Kenai Peninsula Russian River is very good for trout, but slow for red salmon. […]
John Amadeo, captain at All About Fishin’ Charters out of Homer and Anchor Point, shows us how to properly filet a freshly-caught halibut.
ANCHORAGE Ship Creek is closed from the cable below the dam down to the mouth beginning Monday due to an emergency order. The local lakes are good for rainbows and char. The local streams are open, but be sure check the regulations. MAT-SU Streams are looking good for trout fishing. Fishing in Deshka Lake […]
Face it: If you live in Alaska, all of your friends and relatives think you are an Alaska expert. Don’t disappoint them. Here are a few tips for showing visitors the sights this summer. Day 1. Chances are better-than-even that your guests are arriving late at night, so you can go easy on the first […]
Meet Maltby and Draper, longtime beagle pals that would like to find a new home together. Friendly, gentle, attentive and super sweet, these two girls walk great on leash and love being with people — especially on the couch. They are very well behaved, obedient and kennel trained. Both beagles ride fine in the car and […]
Alaska’s 33rd annual Scottish Highland Games kick off this weekend and are set to include the familiar sounds of Seven Nations.
Anchorage Ship Creek kings are good. And getting better. Lakes are fishing good for rainbows and char. Mat-Su Streams are blown out from recent rains. Should be good in two-three days. Deshka and the Tailrace are OK for kings. Little Susitna River is closed. Kenai Peninsula Kenai River is slow to fair for trout and […]
Sen. Lisa Murkowski spoke with Daybreak Wednesday via satellite from Washington, D.C. She spoke about the recent issues facing the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and specifically about Alaska’s VA Medical Center. “We want to make sure that we follow through on our commitment to provide the best care possible for those who have served,” […]
The Anchorage Hard Rock Cafe is opening its doors to the public Saturday, June 28. Inside, Alaskans will be able to check out music memorabilia from iconic artists like the Beatles and Madonna to local bands like Portugal. The Man. The restaurant chain will open to the public at 11 a.m., and the new location […]