King (Chinook) Salmon: King Salmon, also known as Chinook, have a blue-gray back with silvery sides. Small irregular shaped black spots are found on back, dorsal fin, and usually on both lobes of the tail. This species has a black
These regulations will be effective 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, April 12, 2016 through 11:59 p.m. Monday, May 1, 2017. The regulations are: Alaskan Resident The resident bag and possession limit is three king salmon, 28 inches or greater in length. Nonresident
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is announcing revised 2015 sport fishing regulations for king salmon in Southeast Alaska and Yakutat which will be effective from 12:01 a.m. Wednesday July 1, 2015 through 11:59 p.m. Monday, May 2, 2016.
2014 King Salmon Sport Fishing Addendum for Ketchikan Area Marine Waters Announced by Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Fish Ketchikan, Alaska / April 24, 2014 — In order to reduce the harvest of Unuk River king salmon
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 17, 2014 Media Contact: Jeff Wedekind International Pacific Halibut Commission Announces 2014 Catch Limits Self-Guided “Unguided” Anglers Allowed Two Halibut Per Day, Guided Anglers Allowed One Halibut Per Day in Southeast Alaska SEATTLE, WASHINGTON / January 17,
The 2013 King Salmon Regulations for S.E. Alaska have been announced by the Alaska Dept. or Fish and Game. KING SALMON (A) The bag and possession limit is one king salmon 28 inches or greater in length; (B) From January
Halibut – All Southeast Waters Unguided Anglers – 2 halibut daily with no size restrictions. Guided Anglers – 1 halibut daily less than 45″ or over 68″ (Approximately, under 43lb or over 160lb). Non-Pelagic Rockfish Yelloweye Rockfish Southeast Inside Waters (Ketchikan)