As the weather cools lakes continue to get better.

Campbell Creek slowing for silvers — rain should help.

Trout in area streams is good. Check the regulations.

A few silvers still in Ship Creek below the dam.


The bead and flesh bit is turning on for trout.

Lakes are getting better each day.

Kenai Peninsula

Upper Kenai is excellent for trout.

Russian trout bite is great.

Area streams are pretty good.


Large halibut have begun to migrate offshore. Fish the slack tide with herring, squid and octopus.

Feeder king salmon are out in Kachemak Bay. Spoons with flashers work well.

Stream fishing for Dolly Varden is still producing and will be until ice-up.


Some halibut are being caught close in. They follow the salmon, so fish the bottom and be patient.

Silver fishing is fair to good — try Caines Head and Pony Cove.

Still possible to get some silvers fishing from shore.

Lingcod is closed.

Cod and rockfish are excellent.


Remember to check the regulations before you go out for the latest emergency orders and closures as they can and do change often.

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