Kenai River Sportfishing Association
224 Kenai Ave., Ste. 102
Soldotna, AK 99669
Tel: (907) 262-8588
Fax: (907) 262-8582
The Kasilof Personal Use set gillnet fishery opened for the 2013 season on June 15 and unless modified or closed by emergency order will operate through June 24. Regulations governing this fishery can be found in the Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Fishery Management Plan 5 AAC 77.540. (b). King salmon of both early … + read more
Toward the end of last week (about June 12-15) we passed that critical historical 50 percent point in the 2013 run of early-run king salmon in Upper Cook Inlet. It is clear to anyone fishing or watching the run data come in that the returns are not good. No one expected 2013 to be a … + read more
Marine waters between Bluff Point and Ninilchik River closed through July 15. Lower Cook Inlet streams closed to sportfishing through July 15. Area closed to fishing expanded at the Little Susitna River Weir.
The Kenai River Classic is an invitational fishing event held each summer to raise funds for habitat restoration projects, fisheries education, research and management.
Monday- Wednesday, August 19, 20 & 21, 2013.
In memory and celebration of Ted Stevens' legacy, KRSA joins in on this all-day family fun day in the park with its 2nd annual Catch, Clean and Cook event. The day also includes a variety of musicians playing live music all day, family activities and various booths, including raffles, food and beverage.
Saturday, July 27, 2013 - Soldotna Creek Park
We'll kick off the busy 2013 summer fishing with a Membership and Volunteer Brunch.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
KRSA & JBER Instructional Programs brings families to the Kenai Peninsula from Elmendorf who have been serving overseas and haven't had a chance to spend quality time with their families. During this event the families will experience the Kenai Peninsula with guided fishing on the Kenai River, Fly Out fishing, Halibut fishing and other activities.
Wednesday-Sunday, June 5-9, 2013.
Some young Alaskans have never had the opportunity to go fishing, and that's what the Jr. Classic is all about. We bring kids between the ages of eight and 16 to fish with a professional guide on the Kenai River during the Jr. Classic and also learn about salmon, river ecology and boating safety.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
“Kay’s Sugar Spiced Salmon” Sugar Spice Rub: ½ C. sugar 1 tsp. Dry Coleman’s Mustard ¼ tsp. ground cinnamon ¼ Tbs. paprika 2 tsp. cocoa powder ½ C. chili powder 4 Tbs. ground cumin 1 Tbs. ground black pepper 3 Tbs. Kosher salt Combine all ingredients and mix well. Beurre Blanc Sauce: Combine in a … + read more
Scallorito Stretch & cut your favorite thin Bacon to fit around your Alaska Weathervane Scallops. Bacon should wrap around 1-1/2 times only. Skewer & put in refrigerator until firm (if prepping in advance you can freeze & cook directly from frozen on grill) Making sure the Scallops are well chilled and/or frozen helps the bacon … + read more
Kenai River ‘Martini’ by William Roberson, Executive Chef at Land’s End Resort in Homer When the best of the Alaskan Salmon starts rolling in every year, the fish from the Kenai River don’t need very much done to them to bring out that spectacular flavor. A little salt, a little pepper and a little acidity … + read more