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.
Five/Thirty Project: An Urban Conflux in Anchorage
by Daybreak Staff on May 28, 13:19
Five/Thirty Project: An Urban Conflux It’s a day full of events meant to bring the community of Anchorage together in unexpected ways, and it’s happening Saturday, May 30. Organizers Laura Oden and Ingvil Vatn Guttu joined Daybreak Thursday to talk about the event. “It’s a daytime event, outside, getting people out of their houses to […]
Report: Deficient risk assessment led to drill rig grounding
by Associated Press on May 28, 12:34
A federal agency says the grounding of a Royal Dutch Shell PLC mobile offshore drilling rig in 2012 was due to the company’s inadequate assessment of risk involved in a winter tow across the treacherous Gulf of Alaska. The National Transportation Safety Board issued its ruling Thursday on the Kulluk, which had been used to […]
Alaska author introduces new book
by Daybreak Staff on May 28, 12:22
Author of “Ellison and Amos,” Charlie Gibbons joined Daybreak Thursday to talk about what went into writing his newest book. It’s a book about a rock-and-roll legend who loses everything of meaning and embarks on a journey on the back of a motorcycle only to face his greatest fear: The fan. The drummer from Rush, […]
Alaska LNG receives key export approval
by Kirsten Swann on May 28, 10:53
A massive Alaska energy project reached a major milestone Thursday, receiving conditional authorization to export liquefied natural gas to international markets. Issued by the U.S. Department of Energy, the authorization allows the Alaska LNG Project, LLC to sell domestically produced LNG to foreign countries that don’t have Free Trade Agreements with the United States — […]
Judge hears EPA motion dismiss Pebble case
by Associated Press on May 28, 9:59
A federal judge in Anchorage is deciding whether to allow a case filed by the backers of a proposed mine in southwest Alaska to proceed against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Attorneys for the Pebble Limited Partnership allege the EPA violated a federal law by establishing and working with groups of mine critics that essentially […]
3 escape serious injury after plane crash near Port Alsworth
by KTVA CBS 11 News on May 28, 9:28
Three people emerged mostly unscathed from a plane crash near Port Alsworth Tuesday night, authorities say. Just before 8 p.m. Tuesday, Alaska State Troopers in Iliamna received a report that someone activated a personal locater beacon about 20 miles northwest of Port Alsworth, according to an online dispatch from AST. While flying over the area, […]
Education group to lawmakers: Stop fiddling around
by KTVA CBS 11 News on May 28, 8:29
As state lawmakers meet inside the downtown Anchorage Legislative Information Office in special session, the street corner outside has been taken over by protestors, mainly church groups calling on the Legislature to pass a bill expanding Medicaid. But on Wednesday, Great Alaska Schools drew a crowd of about 60 demonstrators who sang and waved signs […]
Mount Marathon preps underway
by Dave Goldman on May 28, 8:05
It’s beginning to look a lot like Mount Marathon. As the 88th running of the famed Alaskan event draws near, a city awaits. And prepares. “Everything is going along accordingly. The whole community is super committed to it,” said Kari McKahan, the events coordinator for Seward and the race. The 3,022-foot climb will go off […]