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The Alaska’s News Source Fishing Report is typically done by sports reporter Austin Sjong — but for this week’s edition, the reigns have been passed to reporter Carly Schreck, who battled the rain on the Kenai Peninsula.
Fishing on the Deshka River is very memorable not just because the thrill of catching a King Salmon is unmatched but because of the beautiful views. This Fishing Report is memorable for a different reason though as John and Parker Bohan are spending their honeymoon adventuring in Alaska.
The fishing season is off and running in Alaska and so is the Fishing Report, we run out to TwentyMIle river to check out the Hooligan run. We also breakdown what was a textbook fish throw and some top plays from an action packed week in Alaskan sports with Austin Sjong.
On Friday, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo announced that disasters took place in 14 fisheries across Alaska over the last four years, and will be eligible for National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration disaster declaration funding requested by Gov. Mike Dunleavy.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries this week amended one of its fishery management plans to now bar commercial salmon fishermen from operating in the federal waters of Cook Inlet.
Though September in Alaska can’t boast offering endless sunlight like the summer months before it, and most of the salmon that have returned to spawn are either dead or well into their mating process, the month offers ample opportunity for fishermen to catch large rainbow trout.