What One Scotch, One Storm, and One Fish Taught Me About Life

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Alaska, I’m told, is the last frontier. It’s untouched, it’s wild, and it’s beautiful.

I was only 21 and on a trip with my dad to fish for salmon in a river that ran through the heart of Alaska.

We were going fishing for a week.

The first day started out sunny, with high fluffy clouds and blue skies. We…

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Justin Zack

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Project leader. Product thinker. Write about human things. Find me at justinzack.com

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