Eric Lopez was born and raised in the coastal communities of rural Alaska. A self-identified "reformed" commercial fisherman, he splits his free time between get-lost rivers, tying feathers and fur to hooks and figuring our why the solar panels on his cabin are not working correctly. Volunteer work includes clean water issues, stream repair, promoting healthy habitats and keeping the public informed about threats to habitats including mining and fish-farming. Fish on!
Try to Explain "Fly Fishing" to a BearEric Lopez -
"This is the home of "combat fishing" for sockeye salmon. Folks stand shoulder to shoulder attempting to cast a fly into the jaws of a willing salmon. Limit is 6 fish per person, per day for the hundreds of people lining the river daily at the peak of the run...Read more