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1 Fishing industry takes a hit during pandemic
2 Kenai and Kasilof kings limited to catch and release
3 Seawatch: Upper inlet salmon run strong, catch low
4 Sockeye runs on Kenai and Kasilof predicted to be less than 20-year average
5 New bait restrictions on Kenai and Kasilof king fishing
6 Dipnet area expanded; limits increased on the Kasilof
7 Kenai king salmon fishery shuts down
8 Beluga whale monitoring efforts looking for winter sightings in Kenai, Kasilof rivers and in lower Cook Inlet
9 Bag limits up for sockeye as run ramps up
10 Dipnetting: It's a go
11 Kings sport fishing closed on Kenai River, limited on Kasilof River
12 I Went to the Woods: Sometimes the end comes without fish
13 'Bleeding out': Cook Inlet setnetters feel pain of early closure as sockeye salmon continue pouring in
14 Volunteers make over 200 beluga observations in rivers this spring
15 Dipnetting nirvana: Kasilof and Kenai rivers looking good
16 State to acquire Kasilof wetlands for preservation project
17 Board of Fish adds Chignik, Inlet sockeye issues to March agenda
18 Alaska Salmon Fishing Kiwis – Kenai and Brooks Rivers – Highly Regulated Fishing
19 School announcements
20 Kasilof dipnet area expanded; Russian cut back due to low returns
21 What's causing the king salmon decline?
22 Kenai River early-run king salmon fishing will be limited to catch-and-release
23 Dip-netting open on Kasilof, Kenai Rivers
24 New dipnet fishery offers closer access than Kenai — but there's a catch
25 Forecast: Sockeye salmon runs will be slightly higher
26 Subsistence gillnets on Alaska's Kenai, Kasilof rivers get go-ahead
27 Salmon personal use dip net harvest opportunities | Outdoors | frontiersman.com
28 'This is my jam' — Muralists showcase artistic flair in new show
29 Personal use fisheries last days | Outdoors | frontiersman.com
30 Kings fishing further restricted
31 Police reports for the week of Nov. 14, 2021
32 As endangered beluga whales head up the Kenai River, committed volunteers help 'unravel the puzzle'
33 Fishery disaster
34 Bristol Bay blows past harvest records
35 Kenai dipnet opens Friday
36 Casting call: Urban and remote Alaska are where fishing dreams come true
37 Citizen science beluga monitoring effort to begin on Kenai, Kasilof Rivers
38 Some setnetters ask state to reopen limited fishery
39 'An ecosystem in a single creature': Alaskans celebrate Wild Salmon Day in Kenai Peninsula
40 Watch: Alaska pilots send pumpkins plummeting during annual drop in Kenai
41 Board tightens rules to protect Kenai kings
42 Proposal for state buyback of Cook Inlet setnet permits advances in Legislature
43 Refuge Notebook: Paddling Tustumena
44 With the Virus on the Rise, Alaskans Crowd Rivers to Stock Up on Wild Salmon – Mother Jones
45 You've got mail, Kenai … eventually
46 Legal waste
47 Fire departments remove boat after it swamps in Kenai River
48 Here's what you need to know as the Kenai River salmon dipnetting season opens
49 Cook Inlet salmon fisheries into full swing after rough 2018
50 North Kenai accident kills 3, 4 injured
51 Kenai Conversation: Dipnet how-tos
52 Police reports for the week of Aug. 1, 2021
53 Study points to freshwater factors in king salmon decline
54 Converging forces make for worst Upper Cook Inlet season in decades
55 Reeling 'Em In: Dolly Varden fishing opening up; silvers sneaking in
56 Alaska's mysteriously shrinking Kenai king salmon
57 Kenai River sockeye salmon returns steady but not spectacular as peak of run arrives
58 Alaska Board of Fish creates new dipnet fishery on the Susitna River
59 Troubled success
60 Fishing report: Silvers hit Kenai Peninsula rivers, fishing improves
61 ADFG proposes sweeping changes to Cook Inlet salmon goals
62 Tuesday's the day to vote
63 Tight Lines: Fish and Game timid about king fishing
64 Kasilof man arrested in connection to alleged death threats
65 Dipping into big crowds — Kasilof fishery seeing highest rate of growth
66 Strong sockeye run moving toward Russian River
67 Kenai dipnetting begins July 10
68 Volunteers Put Down Roots to Keep Kenai Peninsula Stream Banks Healthy
69 Fish & Game puts restrictions on early run kings
70 Youngren sets record in Kenai River Marathon
71 Sea otter pup rescued from Kasilof
72 Kenai plans changes for dipnet fishery
73 Counting kings
74 Behind The Scenes: 36 Hours On Alaska's Kenai Peninsula
75 'They're owned by all Alaskans': salmon free-for-all draws throngs
76 State issues plans for Kasilof boat retrieval
77 Alaskans line the Kenai River's mouth to dipnet for sockeye salmon
78 Yetis win Dipnet Fest Rugby Tourney
79 Kayakers flip, truck slips into Kasilof river
80 Salmon forecasts out for popular Copper River, Cook Inlet fisheries
81 Dipnetting opens in Kenai
82 Refuge Notebook: Life in Kenai Peninsula freshwater springs
83 Police reports for the week of Aug. 22, 2021
84 A gap year like no other
85 Dipnetting is here!
86 Public safety briefs for July 5, 2020
87 Reeling 'Em In: Nick offers tips for catching those cohos
88 Dipnetters banned from retaining kings
89 Fish and Game optimistic about 2019 sockeye run
90 Fishing report: Reds still running, some silvers showing
91 Kenai River dipnetting opens Wednesday
92 Salmon fishing off to a slow start statewide
93 Deshka River king salmon opens to harvest | Outdoors | frontiersman.com
94 Planned Kasilof River boat ramp may help drift boat anglers
95 Cook Inlet setnet permit buyout bill stalled in Senate
96 Slow harvest so far for commercial fishermen
97 Board seeking input on maps redrawing state, peninsula legislative districts
98 Tight Lines: Seward's Silver Salmon Derby continues
99 Hooked Up: Late Run Saltwater Fishing | Sports And Outdoors | anchoragepress.com
100 Ninilchik tribe finishes Kenai subsistence season