Streams are blown out from recent rains. Should be good in two-three days.
Deshka and the Tailrace are OK for kings.
Little Susitna River is closed.
Kenai River is slow to fair for trout and red salmon.
Russian River reds are in and trout are OK.
Few silver salmon are there. Not in yet.
Big halibut are being caught.
Rockfishing is great.
July 1 is lingcod opener.
Limits on halibut.
King salmon fishing is good.
Rockfishing is good.
Halibut, rockfish and reds are all good.
Reports are tremendous if the weather is good.
High fashion meets Fur Rondy at Anchorage bar
by Sierra Starks on Mar 01, 23:26
There may be no sled dog races at this year’s Fur Rendezvous, but festival-goers can still see a few huskies at the Killjoy Tasting Room. Located in downtown Anchorage, near the intersection of Fourth Avenue and D Street, the fondue and wine bar is celebrating its first anniversary in the muni. And in that time, […]
Iditarod committee moves Fairbanks restart to new location
by KTVA Sports on Mar 01, 21:49
Less than three weeks after moving the Iditarod restart from Willow to Fairbanks, the Iditarod committee is making yet another change. Organizers had planned to move the restart to the Chena River behind Pike’s Landing, but because of deteriorating conditions on the river the restart will be moved to Dale Road, a mile or two […]
Weekend weather forecast
by KTVA Weather on Mar 01, 18:43
We saw a little bit of sun for the first day of March here in the Anchorage area. But a system is moving in from the North Pacific, meaning clouds will start to work back in Monday, and by Tuesday we’ll start to see a wintry mix entering the Southcentral. Snow is possible starting Wednesday […]
Charging docs: Broken bottle used in East Anchorage stabbing
by KTVA CBS 11 News on Mar 01, 15:27
The man accused of stabbing another man in an East Anchorage trailer Friday afternoon was arraigned Sunday in Anchorage. Kevin Campbell, 41, was taken into custody Saturday after the Anchorage Police Department couldn’t locate him at the scene Friday. Police say “a tip from an observant citizen” led to his arrest. Court documents show that on […]
Blind dog rescued after being lost for 2 weeks in the cold
by Associated Press on Mar 01, 12:03
A blind dog who wandered away from her Ester home during a cold snap has been reunited with her owner. The 11-year-old Labrador retriever named Madera ventured away from home on Feb. 6, when the temperature dipped below 40 degrees. Her owner Ed Davis says he didn’t expect to find her alive. Fairbanks Daily News-Miner […]
Slideshow: UAA sees blowout victory over Saints in home finale
by KTVA Sports on Mar 01, 11:59
In the final home game at the Alaska Airlines Center, the UAA men’s basketball team recorded a 101-67 victory over Saint Martin’s on Saturday.
Marijuana hearing draws dozens to Anchorage Assembly chambers
by Dave Leval on Mar 01, 11:45
Anchorage resident Christopher Sutliff says he voted for the recreational use of marijuana. He now helps to come up with the regulations governing it. “The best way to reduce the black market and to make sure we have reasonable access is by keeping everything above board, and making it doable,” said Sutliff. That’s the message […]
Officer struck by car while responding to shoplifting incident at South Anchorage Fred Meyer
by KTVA CBS 11 News on Feb 28, 23:25
An Anchorage police officer suffered a broken leg when he was struck by a car Saturday night as he attempted to stop a pair of shoplifting suspects from getting away. Just after 8:30 p.m., the Anchorage Police Department was called to the Dimond Boulevard Fred Meyer store in response to a shoplifting incident. Loss Prevention […]