Bring home the bacon, fry it up in a pan!

By on April 3, 2014

Nonresident anglers can catch two king salmon a day in Southeast Alaska (May-June 2014) due to new Alaska Fish and Game sport fishing regulations. If she can “bring home the bacon, and fry it up in  a pan” SO CAN YOU!

Ketchikan King Salmon

This nonresident angler from Oregon landed her 41lb King Salmon and won 2nd Place in the 64th annual King Salmon Derby in Ketchikan.

Alaska Department of Fish and Game to allow nonresident anglers to bag and possess two (2) king salmon 28″ or greater in length May-June 2014 in Ketchikan, Alaska. NEW! 2014 Southeast Alaska King Salmon sport fishing regulations were just announced, read entire press release…

Nonresident Anglers Can Catch Two

  • The nonresident bag and possession limit is one king salmon 28 inches or greater in length, except during May and June the bag and possession limit is two king salmon 28 inches or greater in length;
  • The nonresident annual limit is six king salmon 28 inches or greater in length.

From October 1, 2014 through March 31, 2015; sport anglers may use two rods when fishing for king salmon.

Now is the time to try your hand at fishing for wild Alaska King Salmon in Ketchikan — Alaska’s Salmon Capital of the World!

Stay and fish at Chinook Shores Lodge and take advantage of the new regulations and a chance to place in the 67th Annual Ketchikan King Salmon Derby! Derby Dates:

  • May 6 – May 10
  • May 30 – June 3
  • June 13 – June 18
  • June 16 – June 20
  • June 20 – June 25

2014 King Salmon Derby Dates

  • May 24, 25, & 26
  • May 31 & June 1
  • June 7 & 8

The Ketchikan King Salmon Derby awards ceremony takes place June 20, 2014

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