Alaska Rivers Fishing Report May 2024

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Current fishing report for Alaska rivers May 2024
  • Southeast Alaska:
    • Yakutat: Fishing conditions are favorable, with good opportunities for salmon and halibut. Check local regulations for specific details.
    • Haines/Skagway: Salmon fishing is picking up, especially for Chinook (King) salmon. Coho (Silver) salmon are also present.
    • Juneau: Coho salmon are starting to show up in local waters. Try fishing near creek mouths and rocky shorelines.
    • Sitka: Coho salmon fishing is productive. Look for them near kelp beds and rocky areas.
    • Petersburg / Wrangell: Good fishing for halibut and rockfish. Salmon are also available.
    • Ketchikan: Salmon fishing is steady, with both Chinook and Coho salmon being caught.
  • Southcentral Alaska:
    • Anchorage: The Kenai River is seeing good runs of sockeye salmon. Try fishing near the Russian River confluence.
    • North Gulf Coast / Resurrection Bay: Halibut fishing is excellent. Lingcod and rockfish are also abundant.
    • Bristol Bay Area: Salmon runs are strong, especially for sockeye salmon. Check local rivers for specific details.
    • Homer / Southern Kenai: Halibut fishing remains consistent. King salmon are also present.
    • Palmer / Mat-Su Valley: Lakes in the area are producing good catches of rainbow trout.
    • Kenai River / Northern Kenai: Sockeye salmon are arriving in good numbers. King salmon fishing is also decent.
    • Kodiak / Alaska Peninsula: Halibut and salmon fishing are both productive.
Remember to check local regulations and any emergency orders before heading out. Fishing conditions can change rapidly, so it’s essential to stay informed. Tight lines!
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