Fishing for Kings in Alaska has been pretty good! The Kenai River has remained open to a catch King salmon without the use of bait and we have been getting a few most days. The Kasilof river has been really good for King salmon fishing! Our crew has been getting 2 to 4 every day. Limit is one King per day. Sockey fishing has been outstanding on both rivers with limits just about every day. The limit has been raised to 6 reds a day on both rivers!
Limits of Kenai Sockeye!!!
Look at that fatty sockeye!!!!
Kasilof River King salmon!
Look at that pile of Sockey from the Kasilof River!! How many do you count?
30lb. Kenai river king salmon!
Here's a couple of Kings in Alaska, haven't caught a big one yet but it's coming.............
Kasilof River King. Girls always get um!!!!!
July, 8th. That's Sockeye fishing on the Kasilof River, fishing in Alaska has been going pretty good so far. Kasilof river has already had a record run of Sockeye and the Kenai is not far behind. We fished for Sockeye on the lower Kenai river two days ago and landed six big ones, and lost 15 others. There so big this year it's hard to land everyone of them. King fishing has been slow on the Kenai, but there has been a few caught everyday without the use of bait. Kasilof has been putting out more Kings with the use of bait, and some pretty nice ones as well. Trout fishing on Kenai was off the hook but has slowed down, don't worry it will be back on fire soon! Halibut fishing has been good!