• Arctic char are spawning in some local lakes. Fish inputs with leeches.

  • Late grayling fishing is good on Sand Lake and a few others.

  • Streams are good for rainbow trout.


  • Lake trout are pushing into shallow water.

  • Parks Highway streams are lowering and are clear.

    • Rainbow trout and grayling fishing is good.

    • Use beads and flesh patterns.

  • Pike getting active in advance of winter.


  • Rivers and streams dropping off.

  • Late push of silvers is great on the Kenai. Try the Keys and the Dunes lures.

  • Rainbow trout and Arctic char are on in rivers and streams.


  • Halibut fishing is fair to good.

    • Storms are keeping boats from the best areas. Good weather means decent fishing.

  • Lingcod fishing outside of Resurrection Bay continues to be good. Be sure your lingcod are of legal size.


  • Halibut fishing still possible through the winter. Larger halibut have begun their migration offshore.

  • Feeder king salmon are available year round in Kachemak Bay.

    • Try Bluff Point, the islands around Eldred Passage.


  • Best spots for halibut are still out near ocean entrances. If weather is bad try Main Bay and Applegate.

  • Silver fishing is fair near the head of the bay. Trolling around or heading out to Ester Hatchery worth a try.

Additional footage provided by Viktor Zolotukhin

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