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KRSA BLOG
09.27
In the North Pacific Ocean, the overall number of pink salmon impacts the size and numbers of other salmon, including coho, Chinook and steelhead salmon.  ...
09.26
Monique Couture’s master thesis at Western Washington University in 2016 delves into the ongoing controversy of eco-labeling of Alaska’s salmon fisheries as sustainable by third-party ...
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 ...

REEL NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF FISHERIES
10.04
REEL NEWS FROM ALASKA AND OUTSIDE Alaska Board of Fisheries Should Act to Protect Wild Alaska Salmon  Kevin Delaney has a great opinion editorial in ...
09.18
Trade Only Today
09.04
REEL NEWS FROM ALASKA AND OUTSIDE Veterans from Kentucky come to Soldotna to fish and to heal Great story in the Peninsula Clarion by Elizabeth ...
08.29
(Soldotna) – The 26th annual Kenai River Classic, August 22 – 24, 2018, hosted by the Kenai River Sportfishing Association (KRSA), featured the nation’s top ...
08.28
(Soldotna) – In a letter to Governor Walker on August 26, 2018 Kenai River Sportfishing Association (KRSA) questioned action taken on August 23 by the ...