Here’s a look a this week’s fishing report:


  • Ship Creek fair to good kings -next big tides should bring fish

  • Local lakes have been stocked and fishing is good. Morning and evenings are best

  • Local creeks still closed to protect spawning rainbows


  • King fishing is picking up on the Deshka

  • Valley Lakes are productive for trout: Try the Kepler-Bradley Complex and Nancy Lake area for pike

  • In Parks Highway streams, fishing is fair to good for trout


  • Fishing for halibut and rockfish is good

  • Red salmon are starting to show at the north end of Resurrection Bay


  • Fishing for halibut has been good near Montague Strait

  • Rockfishing has been good

  • Whale watching has been great in Prince William Sound

Kenai Peninsula

  • Lower Peninsula Anchor, Ninilchik and Deep Creek are open for weekend fishing, which should be fair

  • Offshore, Anchor Marine and Deep Creek halibut and king fishing should be fair to good

  • Few kings are showing in the Kasilof River


  • Halibut fishing has been good, with larger fish moving to summer shallower water

  • The Homer Halibut Derby started May 15: Get a ticket

  • King fishing has been fair to good with a few large spawner fish caught


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