June 1 Kenai River King Salmon Fishing Report

June 1 Kenai River King Salmon Fishing Report
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Kenai River King Fishing

Fishing for early run King salmon on the Kenai has been hit and miss but with June rolling in we expect this to change pretty soon. Reports for saltwater king fishing out of Deep Creek show the fish are definitely on their way to the river.

We’ve been hooking up pretty consistently and have boated some really nice fish over the last couple of days. This pretty much falls in line with previous years fishing the early run Kings on the Kenai River; we are looking for a surge in number over the next few days.

Water levels are rising but that too was expected. At this point the water is cleaning up from the mosses that were in the river earlier making for some very fishable conditions right now. Baring any hard rains in the upper watershed, fishing in early June is expected to be very good.

Salt Kings in Cook Inlet

The early-run king salmon headed for the Kenai and Kasilof are being caught along the shores of Anchor Point, Whiskey Gulch and Deep Creek. In a few days, these fish will also be entering the rivers and the lucky anglers on the river at that time will be rewarded with some fantastically fun days of fishing.

The weather on the Kenai is clear and sunny this morning so come on down and let’s go catch a King. Call us at 252-5464 and reserve your seat now.

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