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The silver salmon have returned to Resurrection Bay, with cohos being caught as close as Caines Head
The sustainable escapement goal is not expected to be achieved.
Through July, over 1 million late-run sockeye were counted with sonar.
I accidentally ripped my fingernail out just as I was about to meet a large group of people. They all extended their hands toward me,… Continue reading
King fishing on the Kenai River is still slow, with the prized game fish trickling in.
Megan covers education, city government, local sports, crime and, sometimes, arts and entertainment.
Fish waste will be used to make fertilizer.
The fish have been trickling into the nets since the personal use fishery opened on July 10.
In their extravagant dresses and tightly wound curls, my cousins would dance their weekends away. Irish stepdancing is marked by intricate footwork coupled with a… Continue reading
The dipnet fishery opened Wednesday and will run through July 31.
Sean Jones is on his seventh year and counting with the Peninsula Clarion.
King salmon fishing continues to be slow on the Kenai River
The fish was caught in early June, which is unusual for the tournament.
Starting July 1, Soldotna will pay $42,000 to Kenai for the care of 150 animals
My slanted, attic apartment downtown in Seward has a lot of charming flaws. I have to brush my teeth in my kitchen sink, for one,… Continue reading
The use of bait on the late-run king salmon fishery will be prohibited starting July 1
Antebi just celebrated his fifth year with the Peninsula Clarion
The event includes art and food vendors, kid activities, birding competitions, talks and boat tours
The bag limit on the Russian River and Upper Kenai is nine fish per day with 18 fish in possession.
As of June 17, 50,641 sockeye have been counted at the Russian River weir for the early sockeye run.