‘The only thing that man controls is what we take’
Alaska State Parks has acquired two lots on Williamson Drive in Kasilof for the project
An emergency order has been issued each year from 2015 to 2022 closing the fisheries
An opportunity to receive funding for salmon habitat studies on the Kenai Peninsula is becoming available, with the possibility of…
Some Southeast fishermen skipping fall season entirely, other’s say season has been “hit or miss”
As expected, the Bristol Bay sockeye salmon run broke records in almost every category. The run itself came in above…
Not all candidates showed up, with one noticeable, glaring absence:
The MSA dictates how federal fisheries are conducted.
Bycatch was the issue du jour at last Wednesday’s annual Kenai Classic Roundtable on Fisheries.
The closure was triggered when the state closed the Kenai River drainage to king salmon fishing
The Kenai River personal use dipnet fishery opens July 10
The United Cook Inlet Drift Association called the court’s ruling a “victory”
Halibut prices reached unprecedented levels this spring, but may be about to come down from the stratosphere soon as more…