ALASKA SPORT and PERSONAL USE FISHING COVID-19 RESPONSE GROUP GUIDANCE for FISHING IN ALASKA AVAILABLE NOW
2020 KRSA Raffle

THIS IS HOW YOU SUPPORT FISHING IN ALASKA.

The 2020 Raffle is CLOSED!

Thank you to everyone who purchased a ticket to support KRSA.  Our 2020 winners are….

Grand Prize: Steve Gebert

Second Prize: Paul Clampitt

Third Prize: Sean Roberson

Fourth Prize: Dan Graham

Our primary mission is ensuring that there are fish in Alaska’s rivers and streams for future generations, and advocating for access and use of those fish by sport anglers, personal-use dip netters and subsistence fishers. We do that through advocacy at the government level, research into fish populations and rivers, public education, and conservation efforts that physically protect the long-term health and sustainability of our waters, especially spawning areas.

KRSA began with a focus on the Kenai River, but we have expanded our efforts to advocate for access to and meaningful allocation of fish to the public. Our work on the Kenai River is unparalleled in the state and serves as a model for how we can create responsible public access that protects fish habitat and provides great fishing opportunities.