September 2016 - Alaska Fishology - Kenai River Salmon Fishing Guide
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September 2016

5 Reasons that Fall is my Favorite Time on the Kenai

Less people – It’s no secret that the Kenai Peninsula can get crowded during the summer months. The potential of a World Record King Salmon combined with a massive run of tasty Sockeye Salmon attracts anglers from all over the world during the busy month of July.  Don’t get me wrong, I totally understand why it’s a popular time of the year, but many folks living in or traveling to Alaska are looking for a bit more of the true “Alaska experience” than they often get during the high season.  The fall is a much more serene environment here on the Kenai with less crowds on the highways, shorter lines in the stores, and less anglers on the river! Active fishing – I enjoy catching fish any way/place/technique/time that I can,...

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