Ship Creek and Bird Creek are good for silvers and pinks.
Streams are good (check regulations).
Lakes are good.
Streams in good shape. Silvers, chums, pinks and rainbows good.
Deshka, Susitna, other rivers and sloughs are good.
Clear Creek good for silvers and trout.
Sockeyes still around.
Silvers showing up.
Trout and Dolly Varden picking up.
Halibut are fantastic.
Silvers and kings are great.
Rockfish are solid; lingcod are iffy.
Bay fishing due to wind.
Limits of silvers.
Wind kept boats at the dock.
Sail into history with Captain Cook at Anchorage Museum
by Dave Leval on Mar 29, 10:58
A statue of him overlooks the body of water that bears his name. He also has a hotel named after him. But how much do you really know about Captain James Cook? Arctic Ambitions: Captain Cook and the Northwest Passage is a new exhibition at the Anchorage Museum. A telescope that Cook used during his […]
AKNG, AST rescue snowmachiner in crevasse of Eureka Glacier
by Associated Press on Mar 29, 10:19
The Alaska Air National Guard and Alaska State Troopers on Saturday came to the aid of a man who fell into a crevasse on Eureka Glacier. Troopers say they took a call just after 5:30 p.m. from 59-year-old Shawn Murphy of North Pole. Murphy reported that his companion, 69-year-old Fairbanks resident Robert McClintock, had wrecked […]
Weekend weather, March 28
by KTVA Weather on Mar 28, 18:30
Alaska Air National Guard assists in rescue of 2 Saudi pilots from Gulf of Aden
by KTVA CBS 11 News on Mar 28, 18:20
Airmen from the Alaska Air National Guard, currently deployed to Djibouti, Africa, assisted in the rescue of two Saudi pilots from the Gulf of Aden on Friday. The pilots were rescued off the coast of Yemen after they ejected from their F-15 aircraft, according to various news outlets. Approximately 120 Alaska Air National guardsmen from the […]
16 Black Hawk helicopters back in Alaska, ready to help with civilian emergencies
by Associated Press on Mar 28, 15:20
Sixteen Army Black Hawk helicopters are back in Alaska and ready to help with civilian medical emergencies after spending nine months in Afghanistan. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (http://bit.ly/1MgUB22 ) reports the military helicopters supplement Alaska’s civilian fleet of about two dozen medical helicopters operated by private companies including Life Flight, Life Med and Guardian. In […]
Man injured in leg in West Anchorage shooting
by KTVA CBS 11 News on Mar 28, 14:15
Police say a man was struck in the leg by gunfire in a shooting in West Anchorage Saturday afternoon. At around 1 p.m., witnesses say there was a disturbance between two groups of people in a parking lot near the 1300 block of West Northern Lights Boulevard, according to a release from the Anchorage Police […]
Government Hill resident reads found letter from 1964 Alaska earthquake
by Sierra Starks on Mar 28, 13:36
Friday, March 27, marked the 51st anniversary of the devastating Good Friday earthquake. On that day, just after 5:30 p.m., violent shaking erupted without warning across Southcentral Alaska. It has become known as the most powerful earthquake ever in North America, taking the lives of more than 100 people. This week, Alaska lawmakers passed legislation to […]
ASD, state lawmakers spar over budget concerns
by Joe Vigil on Mar 27, 22:51
First state lawmakers fired off a letter criticizing Anchorage School Board members for passing a budget that included nearly $12 million cut by Gov. Bill Walker in January. Now the Anchorage School Board president is firing back with a letter of his own to state lawmakers. In that letter, Eric Croft says that while the district […]