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Kenai River Etiquette; Some helpful points to avoid being “that guy”

by Nick Ohlrich, We’ve all been there, just about to drop into that perfect drift where you were surely going to hook the fish of a lifetime; then enters “that guy.” “That guy” comes in many forms, the low-holer, the motor right-over-the-fish guy, the cou…
by Nick Ohlrich   We've all been there, just about to drop into that perfect drift where you were surely going to hook the fish of a lifetime; then enters "that guy." "That… http://www.fishalaskamagazine.com/blog/adventures-mac-lightfoot/kenai-river-etiquette-some-helpful-points-avoid-being-guy/

Our Changing King Fishery

By Greg Brush, As most of Alaska’s king salmon runs remain week and thereby restricted or closed to sport anglers, many professional fishing guides continue to whine about chinook fishing in the Great Land “not being what it once was.” I too have done m…
Greg Brush by Greg Brush   As most of Alaska’s king salmon runs remain week and thereby restricted or closed to sport anglers, many professional fishing… http://www.fishalaskamagazine.com/blog/conservation/our-changing-king-fishery/

Sharing the Burden of Conservation

As we are all well aware, this season’s returns of king salmon to the Kenai and the Kasilof Rivers as well as all other rivers throughout Cook Inlet may be the lowest ever recorded. Not only are returning numbers of fish so low that sport fishing has bee…
Today's Conservation Blog comes to us from Kenai and Kasilof river guide Mark Glassmaker. The management review facts are from the 2012 king salmon season on the Kenai.  As we… http://www.fishalaskamagazine.com/blog/conservation/sharing-burden-conservation/

Keeping the Kenai King

Kenai king season is over, but our woes are far from gone. Point in fact: Last year, despite a new late-run escapement goal—a number lower than any return ever documented by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game—we still barely met our minimum escapement…
EZ Limit Guide Service Longtime Fish Alaska contributing editor and columnist, and noted Kenai and Kasilof river guide Greg Brush penned this from-the-heart-and-brain post on the… http://www.fishalaskamagazine.com/blog/conservation/keeping-kenai-king/