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November 7th, 2014

    The Kenai River Sportfishing Association would like to send a big FISH ON thank you to all of our supporters through Pick Click Give. KRSA received our PFD donations through the Pick.Click.Give. program today and we are beyond grateful! Thank you again from the bottom of the Kenai River for Picking. Clicking. And Giving to … + read more

BOF conservation measures effective for Kenai Kings in 2014

August 11th, 2014

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG) forecast a record low return of Kenai kings in 2014, following a precipitous declining trend in numbers over the past ten years. Similar patterns have been seen throughout much of Alaska as king salmon have encountered a prolong period of unproductive ocean conditions. Kenai River Sportfishing Association … + read more

2014 Board of Fisheries Upper Cook Inlet in Review

April 10th, 2014

The Alaska Board of Fisheries (BOF) finished its Upper Cook Inlet meeting on February 14, 2014, after 14 long days of scientific reports, public testimony and deliberation. Nowhere else are fisheries managed through a more open, participatory public process than the one used here in Alaska. The process can seem arduous and sometimes turbulent but … + read more

Write a Letter to the Editor

December 30th, 2013

Kenai River king salmon are in crisis. Help bring them back. Kenai River king salmon runs are critically low and Alaskans need to take immediate action to return our iconic state symbol to a healthy population. Thousands of Alaskans depend on the Kenai River for sport and personal-use fishing and hundreds of businesses depend on … + read more

Manage Kenai kings cautiously in face of uncertainty

April 29th, 2013

As the hours of daylight ascend and temperatures rise, Alaska’s rivers are opening back up to welcome home returning salmon. After the long winter, sport and personal-use anglers are getting their gear ready in anticipation of the summer fishing season. While the preseason forecast for sockeye salmon is robust for the Kenai River, projections for … + read more