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1 What's causing the king salmon decline?
2 Sportfishing group asks anglers to release big Kenai kings, even though Fish and Game says run is strong
3 Anglers net upgraded access to Barbara Lake
4 State mulls stocking Hedberg Lake
5 Dipnet fishery opens Saturday on the Kenai
6 Regs set for early-run king fishing
7 Duneland Intermediate Schools Honor Rolls (first nine weeks)
8 Sanctuary opens for sockeye sport fishing
9 Property Transfers Published Nov 13, 2021 | Property Transfers |
10 Counting kings
11 Fish and Game imposes lure restriction on Kenai River
12 Sockeye limits increased on Upper Kenai and Russian rivers
13 Fish and Game restricts Kenai, Kasilof king fishing
14 Sockeye bag and posession limits increased
15 Salmon fishing off to a slow start statewide
16 Dipnetters banned from retaining kings
17 Kings fishing further restricted
18 Tight Lines: Fish and Game timid about king fishing
19 Kenai River early-run king salmon fishing will be limited to catch-and-release
20 Kenai River sockeye salmon returns steady but not spectacular as peak of run arrives
21 Sockeye return continues to impress anglers
22 Russian River and Upper Kenai limits increased
23 Calm before the storm: Kenai halibut anglers kick back in advance of Alaska's most frenetic fishery