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  • Lingcod
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  • Location: Eagle River, Alaska
  • Date Registered: Dec 2015
  • Posts: 261
"If your hands ain't bleeding, you ain't fishing hard enough!"


  • Lingcod
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  • Location: Soldotna, AK
  • Date Registered: May 2016
  • Posts: 228
Wow! I can't remember this ever happening before. The sad thing is that they waited till what is essentially the end of the season to issue the closure. I missed out on the run. I'll survive. We need to protect the resource.


  • Perch
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  • Location: Wasilla, AK
  • Date Registered: Mar 2015
  • Posts: 82
Whiskey Gulch falls into this area, doesnít it? I really donít wanna pedal a mile out for kings.
Build a man a fire and he'll stay warm all night. Set a man on fire and he'll stay warm for the rest of his life.

Klondike Kid

  • Lingcod
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  • Alaska Outdoor Journal
  • Location: Kenai Peninsula, AK
  • Date Registered: Sep 2016
  • Posts: 335
Yes, all saltwater within one mile of the beach from Bluff Point to the Ninilchik River is closed to fishing for king salmon. Not even catch and release. But all other species are still allowed to be fished for like halibut, Irish lords, Dolly varden and sharks. And further up towards Deep Creek where the sockeye start moving along the beaches you could fish for reds. I'm thinking if a mini hootchie works on kokanee in a lake why won't it work trolling for reds along the beach.
The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.

Take a Kid Fishing and Hook'em For Life!  ~KK~