The winter months tend to be active in fisheries management, with fishery regulatory meetings of the Alaska Board of Fisheries, the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, the International Pacific Halibut Commission, the Federal Subsistence Board, as well as reports from various state and federal agencies and local meetings of municipal and state interest. We will … + read more
Tight Lines Report 05/31/12 Peninsula Clarion fishing report for May 31 — kings slow around the Peninsula with new restrictions in place for lower Peninsula rivers. The action is to be had on area lakes as trout and other fish are ravenous.
Fishing local lakes can be a great alternative during the unpredictable early season king salmon runs, before the Russian River’s early push of sockeye and before the Kenai River rainbow trout opener on June 11. Read on…
Did you go fishing this weekend? Here is an article in the Peninsula Clarion by Rashah McChesney.
One item on the agenda for the upcoming NPFMC meeting in Anchorage is final action on the update to the Salmon FMP. The preliminary preferred alternative is alt. 3, which would exclude traditional drift areas in Cook Inlet, PWS and Area M from federal jurisdiction, instead putting these areas of the EEZ under state management … + read more