29 08, 2014

Alaska’s Mat-Su Valley Coho Coming In Strong


By Andy Couch | 08/29/2014 The first summer after the Alaska Board of Fisheries reconfigured Upper Cook Inlet commercial drift fishing regulations to ensure more adequate spawning escapements of salmon to Northern Cook Inlet streams, and to provide a more reasonable opportunity for Northern User groups to harvest some of the Inlet’s salmon bounty, Knik [...]

Alaska’s Mat-Su Valley Coho Coming In Strong2019-10-31T08:51:58-07:00
28 08, 2014

Alaska Yellow Eye & Lingcod on the Chew


By Chris Shaffer | 08/28/2014 Last Tuesday we endured a 110-mile run from Seward, Alaska, down the rugged coast to a set of remote islands in search of lingcod, yellow eye and rockfish. The boat ride took roughly five hours in open ocean. Fortunately, the swells weren’t bad. From the moment we left the dock [...]

Alaska Yellow Eye & Lingcod on the Chew2019-10-31T08:51:58-07:00
26 08, 2014

Alaska Pipeline Trout Biting Now


By John Albrich | 08/26/2014 Normally this time of year I spend Sunday on the couch watching preseason NFL games or catch and release steelhead fishing on the Clearwater River. However, Sunday I found myself trout fishing along the Richardson Highway, feet from the Great Alaskan Pipeline. We’d driven two hours east of Fairbanks and [...]

Alaska Pipeline Trout Biting Now2019-10-31T08:51:58-07:00
25 08, 2014

Coho Flooding Kenai River


By Luke Haman | 08/25/2014 Last year was one of our best silver runs in the last decade. This run started out slow, but it’s been very good the past week and should continue. It’s hard to say what’s going to transpire, but there’s no reason why the run shouldn’t be a good one. I’ve [...]

Coho Flooding Kenai River2019-10-31T08:51:58-07:00
25 08, 2014