The low numbers of King Salmon making it back to the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers are continuing to concern biologists with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Sport Fisheries Biologist Robert Begich said that the department is putting additional restrictions in place beginning at 12:01 Friday Morning.
From July 1 – 14 the king salmon fishery will remain closed from ADF&G marker 300 yards downstream from slikok creek, up to skilak lake; and bait will not be allowed in the areas that are open to king salmon fishing.
Begich said that additional restrictions are also being put in place for the Kasilof River as well…
Once again, these restrictions go into effect on Friday morning.