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In February 2020, the Alaska Board of Fisheries met in Anchorage to revisit regulations for Upper Cook Inlet – including the Kasilof River, the Kenai River, and Mat-Su valley rivers and streams.
Since 1984, KRSA has been a leading advocate for fisheries conservation in Alaska, working diligently to ensure sport and personal-use fishing rights are protected in Alaska and the fisheries are healthy for generations to come. This work continued at the Board of Fisheries Upper Cook Inlet meeting in February, where KRSA worked towards four goals:
KRSA is dedicated to ensuring the sustainability of the world’s premier sportfishing river – the Kenai. Our work ensures the long-term health and sustainability of fish resources in the Kenai River and elsewhere in Alaska. KRSA’s success depends on our members – join today!
At the 2020 Upper Cook Inlet meeting, the Board of Fisheries made a number of significant decisions – providing the Alaska Department of Fish and Game with clear guidance to conserve and develop our fisheries for the benefit of all Alaskans. Notably:
For more detail on what the Board passed, and what it means to the fisheries of Cook Inlet, click here.