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6 More Things to Bring to AK

6 More Things to Bring to AK

There are literally hundreds of “What to Pack When Traveling to Alaska” articles out there, and basically all of them list the same items – a camera, sun screen, layered clothing, binoculars… the list goes on.  But there are several things that virtually always get...

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Spotlight:  Lower Kenai River

Spotlight: Lower Kenai River

It’s easy to fall in love with the lower Kenai.  Even though there are 3 separate stretches of this mighty waterway, there are visitors that have traveled here for years and still only seen the lower 10-15 miles of the river.  The reason for this is that it’s SO...

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Spotlight:  The Middle Kenai River

Spotlight: The Middle Kenai River

Here at Fishology I must admit that we have a serious crush on the middle section of the Kenai River!  We probably spend more days in this beautiful 15 mile stretch of river than anywhere else throughout the season, and there are many reasons for that.  The “middle”...

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Spotlight:  The Upper Kenai River

Spotlight: The Upper Kenai River

The Kenai River has a long history of fishing tradition, and long before crowds of people descended upon the lower river to chase salmon, there was a salmon and trout fishery on the Upper Kenai River around Cooper Landing.  When you mention the Upper Kenai River...

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Spotlight:  Upper Kasilof River

Spotlight: Upper Kasilof River

There's no question that the Upper Kasilof is the least utilized stretch of boat-able water on the central Kenai Peninsula.  The question is why?  I still haven’t figured that out myself, and at the risk of advertising this “secret” stretch of water, I can’t help but...

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Spotlight: Lower Kasilof River

Spotlight: Lower Kasilof River

It seems appropriate to start our spotlight series on one of the very first fisheries we tackle in the spring/summer season, the lower Kasilof!  This is the first post in our spotlight series, so stay tuned for more posts featuring more of your favorite fisheries in...

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How Not To Be A Jerk On The Kenai

How Not To Be A Jerk On The Kenai

The Kenai River is a popular place to fish, for many reasons.  There are times of the year in which the traffic is heavy, both on shore as well as boats.  Heavy traffic lends itself to many opportunities for conflict, but if people follow a handful of simple rules,...

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5 Reasons that Fall is my Favorite Time on the Kenai

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. ...

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Fishology Fishing Report & Update

Fishology Fishing Report & Update

We're hitting our stride here in the meat of the early season, and as a result of the chaos, we're way overdue for a newsletter… so here it is!   Fishing Report The early season King Salmon fishery has been quite the surprise to everyone so far, and we've really...

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Kenai Kings – Landing a True Giant

Kenai Kings – Landing a True Giant

There are only a few places in the world that an angler can have realistic chance at getting bit by a truly giant salmon. Even in these very special places opportunities are rare, so when that extraordinary chance presents itself, you want to make it count. I'm not...

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