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Kenai River Sportfishing Association
224 Kenai Ave., Ste. 102
Soldotna, AK 99669
Tel: (907) 262-8588
Fax: (907) 262-8582
info@KRSA.com

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Save our Kenai Kings!
Thank you! Your efforts contributed to the successful passage of new regulations that begin to address allocation and conservation issues of king salmon. Members of the Board of Fish worked hard and confronted these challenges fairly.
Please take the time to thank them.

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Habitat conservation and restoration to maintain and improve the Kenai River watershed for sustainable fisheries.
Each year, we allocate and leverage thousands of dollars for the protection and restoration of critical fish habitat. Success stories on the Kenai include the Fish Habitat Cost Share program and the Kenai River Center. KRSA also supports habitat projects that target responsible angler access for boat and bank angling activities.
Habitat Program
Promotion of predictable and meaningful sport and personal use fishing opportunity.
One of KRSA's major roles on behalf of its membership is to monitor and have input on fisheries management decisions. At local, state and federal regulatory levels, KRSA advocates for sustainable fisheries and the public's fishery rights. Decisions made by regulatory bodies have significant impact on all users of our fisheries resources.
Fisheries Management
Public education, scholarships and outreach to promote stewardship of fisheries resources.
KRSA is committed to education. KRSA provides for public education, scholarships and outreach to promote stewardship of fisheries resources. Education is accomplished through a variety of KRSA programs and support for community-based education partnerships.
Education Program

 

KRSA asks Board of Fisheries to keep recently enacted Kenai king salmon conservation measures

For Immediate Release                                                                                                                 March 25, 2014 Contact: Ricky Gease 907- 398-2260 ricky@krsa.com KRSA asks Board of fisheries to keep recently enacted Kenai king salmon conservation measures (ANCHORAGE) Citing a precipitous decline of king salmon in the Kenai River, severe economic impacts to businesses from Kenai to Fairbanks and the negative impact on the state’s visitor industry, … + read more

Board passes Kenai king salmon conservation measures

For Immediate Release                                                                                       February 5, 2014 Contact: Ricky Gease 907- 368-2260 ricky@krsa.com … + read more

Write a Letter to the Editor

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

21st Kenai River Classic

The Kenai River Classic is an invitational fishing event held each summer to raise funds for habitat restoration projects, fisheries education, research and management.

August 20-22, 2014

Ted Stevens Day 2nd Annual Catch, Clean and Cook

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 family activities and booths, including raffles, food and beverage.

Saturday, July 27, 2013 - Soldotna Creek Park

Kenai Peninsula American Heroes Family Adventures

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

Kenai River Jr. Classic

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.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Kenai River Women's Classic

One of the first events of its kind for women in Alaska, Kenai River Sportfishing Association, in conjunction with the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce's ATHENA Society, invites professional women to come to Soldotna in September for two days of silver salmon fishing, networking and educational seminars.

September 11-13, 2014

Kay’s Sugar Spiced Salmon – Kenai River Women’s Classic

“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

Scalloritos – Recipe by Alaska Weathervane Seafood

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

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