Daily Archives: June 19, 2022

Poor king salmon runs close Kenai Peninsula rivers to fishing

Poor king salmon runs close Kenai Peninsula rivers to fishing

Poor runs had already closed the Kenai River to king salmon fishing this June. And this week, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is closing several other king salmon sport fisheries on the Kenai Peninsula, on the Kasilof and Ninilchik rivers as well as in Cook Inlet salt water. LINK (via Alaska Public Media) Source link

Fishing Tips: Pike and Musky

Fishing Tips: Pike and Musky

Catching pike and musky on the fly is something that should be more popular than it is. These fish are found in many areas in the U.S. and Canada, they attack big flies, and they can grow up to large sizes. In short, they’re a gamefish that any fly angler should dream about pursuing. This video, brought to you by…

Electricity Restored to Yellowstone | MidCurrent

Electricity Restored to Yellowstone | MidCurrent

Yellowstone National Park is working hard to reopen following the massive floods earlier this week. Electricity has been restored to the park, making it one step closer to reopening, which park officials says should happen sometime next week. Damage to the north part of the park is still being assessed, although that area will be closed for an extensive period…

Bonefishing 101 E-Book – Moldy Chum

Bonefishing 101 E-Book – Moldy Chum

The Bonefishing 101 eBook from Deneki Outdoor is a seventeen-page document covering things you need to know while on the flats at Andros South Lodge in The Bahamas. From the ready position to casting, to how to set the hook (Don’t trout set Mon!) to fighting a bonefish. After reading this, you’ll better understand how to fish for bonefish. LINK…