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Managing early-run king salmon in the Kenai River is great practice for managing the late-run – make the most out of it.

June 12th, 2012

Both the early and late runs of king salmon bound back to the Kenai River are managed by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG) under plans adopted by the Alaska Board of Fisheries (BOF) back in the late 1980’s. These plans were designed and adopted into regulation at that time specifically because ADFG … + read more

It’s Number Crunchin Time for Management of Early-Run Kenai Kings…..and so far it doesn’t look too favorable!

June 11th, 2012

Each year Kenai River anglers look forward to spring and the prospect of great fishing season for king salmon, hopefully one for the personal record books, but each year also brings reservation for what we might learn “on-or-about” June 10. What’s so special about “on-or-about” June 10? Well that’s the time each year that more … + read more

Kenai River “Martini” -Recipe by William Roberson, Executive Chef at Land’s End Resort in Homer

June 6th, 2012

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

It’s Time to Reduce Halibut Bycatch

June 1st, 2012

There are very few things in life quite as exciting as pulling a giant halibut over the rail. For Alaskan sportfishers, fishing for halibut is something we spend the winter looking forward to. Charter fishing businesses throughout the state help provide this opportunity to Alaskans, and to the many tourists for whom a halibut trip … + read more

Tight Lines Report – 05/31/12 Peninsula Clarion

June 1st, 2012

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.