ADFG Emergency Order: Kenai River Reopens to Sockeye Salmon Fishing and restoring the 3 per day, 6 in possession, effective Thursday, August 23
KRSA BLOG
08.17
KRSA hosts the Classic Roundtable on Fisheries featuring keynote speaker Chris Oliver, the Asst. Administrator of NOAA Fisheries. Oliver is the former executive director of ...
08.07
Little Susitna River Coho Salmon Limits Increased (Palmer) – The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) is increasing the bag and possession limits for ...
08.04
Kenai  Kenai sockeye counts continue to lag with just 516,562 counted thru Friday August 3. At the normal 86 percent point in run timing, it ...
08.04
Through Thursday, Aug 2, 10,855 large kings have been counted at the sonar at the normal 67 percent point in the run. After a slow ...
08.03
FISH ALERT – Sockeye are returning the Kasilof River is good numbers, and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is increasing the bag and ...

REEL NEWS
08.21
(Soldotna) – The passage of sockeye salmon into the Kenai River has achieved the sustainable escapement goal (SEG) of 700,000 to 1,200,000 Kenai River late-run ...
08.20
The Kenai River Sportfishing Association will be hosting the ‘Classic Roundtable on Fisheries’ on Wednesday, August 22. There will be keynote speaker and panelists to ...
08.20
As the summer winds down, Outdoor Explorer looks at one of the worst years of salmon fishing in memory in southcentral Alaska. The Susitna drainage ...
08.10
REEL NEWS FROM ALASKA and OUTSIDE Reminder: Deadline Wednesday August 15 to return Cook Inlet Personal Use Dip Net and Set Net permits to ADFG ...
08.07
REEL NEWS FROM ALASKA and OUTSIDE   Troopers Seize 16 tons of illegally caught salmon in Lower Cook Inlet commercial fisheries Alaska State Troopers seize ...