Of the many recreational opportunities on the Kenai Peninsula, few rival the memories and fun that a day spent "clamming" can bring to your family. The east side of Cook Inlet has a healthy population of Pacific razor clams, referred to simply as "razors" by the locals. The activity is fairly simple and inexpensive. All you need are a sport fishing license, a bucket, a clam shovel, waterproof boots and clothing that can withstand a little mud.
Alaska Department of Fish and Game officials are hoping to receive state funding for a project aimed at helping increase the accuracy of estimating Kenai River king salmon abundance and help make better informed management decisions.
Editor's note: This is the second part in a three-part series leading up to the Alaska Board of Fisheries meeting on Upper Cook Inlet finfish issues Sunday. The purpose of the series is to examine the three distinct user groups, the people that constitute them, and what issues matter to them the most.
...or email@example.com. Kids help stock lake for salmon celebration The Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish, will hold its 12th annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration on May 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at...
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...more difficult to clean, but it will not affect their eating quality. Refer to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish for a useful harvest guide, and more importantly, a step by step cleaning guide. Experienced clammers...
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