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Fishing Alaska's Kenai Peninsula

With stories and anecdotes to complement the detailed specifics on stream access, timing, tactics, and equipment, this fascinating book will appeal not only to those planning a visit but to all those who have a love of fishing and only ...

Author : Dave Atcheson

Release : 2002

Publisher : Countryman Press

ISBN : 9780881505504

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The ultimate guidebook to fishing one of the world's most beautiful backcountry spots. Fishing Alaska's Kenai Peninsula is not merely a reference guide. It showcases the uniqueness of Alaska while emphasizing the universal passions that make the sport of fishing so compelling. With stories and anecdotes to complement the detailed specifics on stream access, timing, tactics, and equipment, this fascinating book will appeal not only to those planning a visit but to all those who have a love of fishing and only dream of going. Atcheson provides information on both fly fishing and conventional spin casting in both fresh and salt water. He covers every style of fishingfrom jigging for giant halibut off the coast, to float tubing for grayling and monster rainbow trout on quiet mountain lakes, to pursuing all the species of salmon that run up the streams of the Kenai Peninsula to spawn. He supplies detailed information on the well known "combat zones" that are so renowned for their large salmon and trout that anglers line up shoulder to shoulder in their pursuit. In addition, there's hard-to-find information on those out-of-the-way, beautiful stretches of water where one can still enjoy the beauty and the blessed solitude of the Alaskan wilderness. 30 black and white photographs, 5 illustrations, 10 maps, index. The only book dedicated to fishing this regionone of the fishing world's most fantasized-about venues. Detailed information on stream access that allows an angler to fish Alaska without spending thousands of dollars on lodging and guided fishing. Specific information on the timing of the different runs of salmon and trout in each body of water.

Fly Fishing Alaska's Wild Rivers

Kenai. River. Country. Southcentral Alaska's prodigious Kenai is the state's
bestknown river. Somehow, whenever anyone speaks of fishing Alaska, the
Kenai usually becomes part of the conversation, and for very good reason—it's
one ...

Author : Dan Heiner

Release : 1998-03-01

Publisher : Stackpole Books

ISBN : 0811751325

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A guide to the best water in the state from a veteran Alaska fly fisherman and writer. With color photos of flies and streams, plus maps.

Insiders' Guide® to Anchorage and Southcentral Alaska

Including the Kenai Peninsula, Prince William Sound, and Denali National Park
Deb Vanasse. of the slow-moving waters is close to shore, making for excellent
bank fishing. If you want a little more room to spread out, try the scenic waters ...

Author : Deb Vanasse

Release : 2009-07-15

Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN : 0762756063

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From breathtaking mountains to untamed coastlines, Insider's Guide to Anchorage and Southcentral Alaska features Prince William Sound, the Kenai Peninsula, Anchorage, and Denali National Park.

My Season on the Kenai

The Kenai is a world-class salmon river that attracts fishermen from all over the world, but is also the “everyman” river of the great fishing paradise of Alaska because of its accessibility.

Author : Lew Freedman

Release : 2013-06-10

Publisher : Alaska Northwest Books

ISBN : 9780882409627

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The Kenai is a world-class salmon river that attracts fishermen from all over the world, but is also the “everyman” river of the great fishing paradise of Alaska because of its accessibility. The Kenai River is special not only because world-record salmon are caught in its stunning green waters, but because it is on the road system and thus can be accessed by the average fisherman, not merely the well-to-do who pay huge sums to fish in remote Alaskan areas controlled by private lodges and that are approachable only by small planes. In a state that takes at least a share of its identity from its image as The Last Frontier and concurrently as a fishing haven, the Kenai River is the lifeblood of a sporting world and industry that offers an incomparable fishing experience to the resident, the tourist, the hardcore fisherman, the beginner, and the expert. Fishermen in the Lower 48 states, seduced by images of gigantic fighting salmon, dream of some day fishing the picturesque waters of the Kenai River. Fishermen who live in Southcentral Alaska, including Alaska's largest city of Anchorage, plot their fishing seasons around the arrival of king salmon, red salmon, and silver salmon. To all of them, the Kenai is a magical river. Not only is it the place of dreams, where an angler might catch a world record or world-class fish, it is, despite its nearness to the small cities of Kenai and Soldotna, still a wilderness. At one bend in the river there might be a hotel, a private summer home, or a forest since the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge also swallows the Kenai River. The eighty-file-mile-long Kenai River is, more or less, two rivers. The upper river prohibits motorized boats altogether. The lower river features them. The upper river invites rafters and fly-fishermen. The lower river offers savvy guides who know each turn of the river, each rock's placement, and the opportunity to fish for 70-, 80-, or 90-pound salmon through specially developed styles appropriate to the area and the species. The upper river allows for Dolly Varden and rainbow trout fishing. The lower river emphasizes big salmon. Each summer thousands of anglers fish the Kenai River. They bring millions of dollars worth of business to the Kenai Peninsula while following their dreams and bringing home stories of wilderness fishing adventures.

Bass Pro Shops' Hunting & Fishing Directory

So get on board and book your hunt for Alaska today! Phone: 907-694-1886
www.allgoodflying.com ALASKAN FISHING ADVENTURES (F) Alaska's Kenai
Peninsula Saltwater; Freshwater, Flyfishing/Wildlife Tours/WhaleWatching/Kenai
Fjord ...

Author : Marv Fremerman

Release : 2001

Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN : 1586670832

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One of the largest outdoor retail shops in the country compiles a directory of the best hunting and fishing lodges, outfitters, and guides around the world. Line art drawings.

Alaska's No. 1 Guide

Fishery & Fur Seal Report for Fiscal Year 1923, Bureau of Fisheries, Alaska, U.S.
Dept. of Commerce, National Marine ... “Seward,” Alaska's Kenai Peninsula, The
Road We've Traveled (Hope, AK: Kenai Peninsula Historical Association, 2002) ...

Author : Catherine Cassidy

Release : 2003-01-01

Publisher : Spruce Tree Publishing

ISBN : 0972014403

File Size : 82.94 MB

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"Andrew Berg was miner, hunter, trapper, fisherman, warden, and Alaska's first licensed hunting guide. More than a biography, this is a well-documented history of the early American settlement of the Kenai Peninsula."

Putting Up Fish on the Kenai

This how-to manual for smoking and canning or jarring one of Alaska s most prized resources is also a tribute to Rika Florence Murphy.

Author : Hazel J. Felton

Release : 2005-04-01

Publisher : CIRI Foundation

ISBN : 9780938227069

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This how-to manual for smoking and canning or jarring one of Alaska s most prized resources is also a tribute to Rika Florence Murphy. The first recognized chief of the Kenaitze Indian Tribe, Rika lovingly passed on her precise methods to her daughter and author Hazel J. Felton. In addition to its step-by-step instructions, the book includes detailed design plans for the construction of an urban smokehouse, providing city dwellers with a means to re-create these traditional techniques of processing salmon.

Fodor's Alaska 2014

Anglers from around the world come for the salmonchoked streams and rivers,
most notably the Kenai River and its companion, the Russian River.
Knowledgeable fishery professionals figure it's onlya matter of time before
someone with ...

Author : Fodor's

Release : 2013-11-26

Publisher : Fodor's Travel

ISBN : 0770432735

File Size : 70.9 MB

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Alaska is a trip of a lifetime. Nowhere else can you kayak to glaciers; fly over the highest peak in North America; wonder at the Aurora Borealis; stay out all night celebrating the midnight sun; visit quirky towns; spot bear, eagles, moose, and whales; and learn the true meaning of the word remote all in the same trip. Expanded Coverage: More regional itineraries help first-time visitors plan their perfect trip. Indispensable Trip Planning Tools: Alaska’s top attractions and experiences are broken down at a glance, as are the top itineraries. Each region has a convenient overview with highlights and practical advice for getting around. Discerning Recommendations: Fodor’s Alaska ebook edition offers savvy advice and recommendations from local writers to help travelers make the most of their time. Fodor’s Choice designates our best picks, from hotels to nightlife. “Word of Mouth” quotes from fellow travelers provide valuable insights. ABOUT FODOR'S AUTHORS: Each Fodor's Travel Guide is researched and written by local experts.

Fodor's Alaska 2013

The limit is one kingkept per day, five per season,no more than twoof which can
be from the Kenai. In addition toa fishing license, you must obtaina special
Alaska king salmonlicense stamp anda harvest record. These can be purchased
 ...

Author : Fodor's

Release : 2012-11-27

Publisher : Fodor's Travel

ISBN : 0876371772

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Alaska is a trip of a lifetime. Nowhere else can you kayak to glaciers; fly over the highest peak in North America; wonder at the Aurora Borealis; stay out all night celebrating the midnight sun; visit quirky towns; spot bear, eagles, moose, and whales; and learn the true meaning of the word remote all in the same trip. Expanded Coverage: More regional itineraries to help first-time visitors plan their perfect trip. Discerning Recommendations: Fodor’s Alaska offers savvy advice and recommendations from local writers to help travelers make the most of their time. Fodor’s Choice designates our best picks, from hotels to nightlife. “Word of Mouth” quotes from fellow travelers provide valuable insights. TripAdvisor Reviews: Our experts’ hotel selections are reinforced by the latest customer feedback from TripAdvisor. Travelers can book their Alaska stay with confidence, as only the best properties make the cut.

Kenai Peninsula Tour Guidebook

The beaches of Cook Inlet have produced some of the most sustainable fishing
grounds in Alaska. From the late1890s through the mid 1940s fish traps were the
dominant harvest method. Since 1910 the harvest of commercial salmon has ...

Author :

Release : 2004-04-01

Publisher : Tsunamifactor

ISBN : 1933570407

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Tour guidebook of Alaskas Kenai Peninsula. Detailed road tours from Anchorage to Homer and Seward with city and town information and tours to points inbetween. Campground and camping information to over fifty state, federal and municipal campgrounds. Free e-book included. Over two hundred photos all inlargable and printable. A great way to plan the next days adventure.

Proposed Harding Icefield-Kenai Fjords National Monument, Alaska

... ACTION It is proposed that Congress legislatively establish the Harding Icefield
-Kenai Fjords National Monument on the south coast of the Kenai Peninsula,
Alaska. ... to the fish and wildlife resources and their respective habitats.

Author : United States. Dept. of the Interior. Alaska Planning Group

Release : 1975

Publisher :

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Protecting the Arctic

Subsistence and sports fishing often come into conflict, for example. On Alaska's
Kenai Peninsula south of Anchorage, the runs of king salmon in June and July
each year bring several thousand fishermen to the Kenai River, making it the
most ...

Author : Mark Nuttall

Release : 1998

Publisher : Taylor & Francis

ISBN : 9789057023545

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As the Arctic region becomes drawn into broad global environmental problems, indigenous groups fight to maintain control over lands, resouces, traditions, and cultures.

Alaskan Adventures—Hunting and Fishing by Faith

We arrivedin Sterling, Alaska, on the Kenai Peninsula inthe fall of 1957to serve
as missionaries at Northland Baptist Church. Itwas located on the corner of
Robinson Loop Road and Sterling Highway, the entrance to Swanson River
country ...

Author : Bert Schultz

Release : 2014-11-06

Publisher : WestBow Press

ISBN : 1490856080

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Bert Schultz authors his second book of Alaskan adventures, this time about fifty years of hunting and fishing experiences. Arriving in Alaska at age twenty-five, he quickly found it necessary to provide food for his family from the wilds of Alaska. Imagine fishing the Kenai Peninsula’s Russian River in the late 1950s and never seeing another fisherman. Or on the first day of moose season seeing five legal moose within a quarter mile of your Caribou Hills campsite. Having little experience fishing or hunting, he in faith believed God would provide. And he saw God work the impossible and had many exciting adventures along the way. These true stories will keep you reading until you finish ALASKAN ADVENTURES—HUNTING AND FISHING BY FAITH.

Alaska Fishery Research Bulletin

One measure of consistency in the results of the UAF and ADF & G surveys is that
similar participation rates were found for Kenai Peninsula - area saltwater sport
fisheries . In the UAF survey , 34.5 % of the Alaskan residents and 35.5 % of the ...

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Release : 2001

Publisher :

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Alaska Curiosities

Curiously, the state's largest city began not with gold, fish, or timber like most of
Alaska's first towns. ... After the war, veterans settled in Southcentral's Kenai
Peninsula, where there were special homesteading provisions to honor their
service.

Author : B. B. Mackenzie

Release : 2012-06-05

Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN : 0762794607

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Whether you’re a born-and-raised Alaskan, a recent transplant, or just passing through, Alaska Curiosities will have you laughing out loud as B. B. Mackenzie takes you on a rollicking tour of the strangest sides of the Last Frontier State. Catch a glimpse of the ghost ship Clara Nevada, lost in a storm in 1898 while carrying a cargo of gold from the Klondike. Watch a baseball game on the longest day of the year in Fairbanks. Witness the Running of the Reindeer down 4th Avenue in Anchorage—held annually in March.

Lake Stocking Manual for Nonanadromous Fisheries in Southcentral Alaska

Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Federal Aid in Fish Restoration, Annual
Report of Progress, 1967-1968, Project F-5-R-9, 9, Juneau. Engel, L. E. 1969.
Inventory and cataloging of Kenai Peninsula, Cook Inlet and Prince William
Sound ...

Author : Alan C. Havens

Release : 1995

Publisher :

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Kenai (Alaska) Experience

Ninilchik and Seldovia have active Alaska Native Associations and Corporations
playing significant roles in forest ... Ninilchik's economy is based on tourism,
especially charter and sport fishing, along with commercial fishing and logging.

Author : Valerie Rapp

Release : 2009-01-01

Publisher : DIANE Publishing

ISBN : 1437904858

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Over the last 15 years, spruce bark beetles have killed huge numbers of spruce trees, the dominant conifer across south-central Alaska. From 80 to 90% of the trees are dead in large areas on the Kenai Peninsula. Scientists have been working on many aspects of the spruce bark beetle outbreak, including new control methods, wood product opportunities, and spruce regeneration. Forest managers found conflicting community responses, which frustrated forest managers who felt they had reached out to communities, and forest managers¿ decisions and actions frustrated local community residents. ¿The Kenai Peninsula experience is an important story to tell with implications for handling forest health problems in other places.¿ Illustrations.

Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge

Dynamics of the terrestrial ecosystein vegetation of Amchitka Island , Alaska .
BioScience 21 ... U . S . Fish and Wildl . Serv . ... Distribution and abundance of
marine birds and mammals along the south side of the Kenai Peninsula , Alaska .

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Release : 1988

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