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The boat broke loose and drifted away from a small island on the Kenai River.
Kids turn out for a week of tying, casting and reeling.
Spruce bark beetle infestations overtake peninsula trees
Dipnetting is only allowed for Alaska residents with personal-use permits.
Jason Umbriaco was hospitalized after the brown bear with two cubs bit him twice Sunday.
Visitors are invited to celebrate Independence Day in Seldovia with a day full of activities.
The limits are being increased to six per day and 12 in possession on Russian and Upper Kenai rivers.
Both occupants were uninjured and declined medical assistance
Money or no money, Seward’s floods keep coming.
The Kasilof River is open for personal use dipnetting through Aug. 7
Selected proposals may have up to 50% of the cost of the project reimbursed through the program.
The effort required 10 years — a decade rife with financial snafus, contract disputes, bitter in-fighting, and one delay after another.
The 102-acre fire was first reported on the evening of June 12 and is said to have been caused by lightning.
On the Kenai River, bait will be prohibited from the mouth upstream to the outlet of Skilak Lake.
The 102-acre fire was first reported on Saturday evening and is the result of lightning.
The largest privately owned dry dock marina in Alaska is expanding its docks and boat-lifting capabilities
The fire covered about 102 acres as of Wednesday.
The fire, about 10 miles northeast of Sterling, had grown to just over 100 acres as of Tuesday.