State Relaxes Little Susitna River Coho Restrictions

The following is courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game: (Palmer) – The Little Susitna River coho salmon escapement goal is projected to be achieved for the 2020 run and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) is relaxing restrictions imposed on the sport fishery earlier in the season. Effective 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, … Read more State Relaxes Little Susitna River Coho Restrictions

Pebble Mine Hits A Snag As Army Corps Requests Changes To Plan (Updating)

As more and more hints suggest the Republican-led Trump administration is also considering opposition to the Pebble Mine, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has apparently walked back its original environmental impact statement that would help pave the way for the Pebble Partnership to get its mining permit. Here’s a the USACE statement: This administration … Read more Pebble Mine Hits A Snag As Army Corps Requests Changes To Plan (Updating)

Valdez Derby Leaders Still Holding On

The following is courtesy of Valdez Fish Derbies: VALDEZ, Alaska – With less than two weeks left in the Valdez Halibut and Silver Salmon Derbies, only time will tell if Mickia Cenker of Fairbanks, Alaska will remain in the lead through September 6th and win the Valdez Halibut Derby. Cenker caught a 224 pounder aboard the … Read more Valdez Derby Leaders Still Holding On

Report: Are Those Reds Or Pinks?

Here’s more from KTUU: More than 100,000 sockeye salmon passed through the Lower Kenai River over three days in the past week according to the Department of Fish and Game, but some river users believe that the department’s fish counts are inflating the number of sockeye salmon by inaccurately counting pink salmon as sockeye. Joe Hanes has … Read more Report: Are Those Reds Or Pinks?

Fish Creek To Increase Salmon Limits, Opportunities

The following is courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game: (Palmer) – Due to a strong run of coho and sockeye salmon into Fish Creek, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) is increasing the bag and possession limits for salmon, other than king salmon, 16 inches or greater in length, to six … Read more Fish Creek To Increase Salmon Limits, Opportunities

100 Days Wild: Interior Alaska Is ‘The Real World’ For This Bunch

When I was younger I loved watching MTV’s The Real World, at the time a revolutionary new television genre known as “reality TV.” The Real World would bring together “seven strangers, picked to live in a house, and have their lives taped,” so went the introduction to every show. Eventually, the premise became tired, cliched … Read more 100 Days Wild: Interior Alaska Is ‘The Real World’ For This Bunch

Ship Creek Coho Salmon Limits Increased To Six

The following is courtesy of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game: (Anchorage) – The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) is increasing the bag and possession limit for coho salmon, 16 inches or greater in length, to six per day and six in possession in the Ship Creek drainage from its mouth upstream to … Read more Ship Creek Coho Salmon Limits Increased To Six