Area Sport Fishing Reports
Archived Sport Fishing Report
June 14, 2022
- Fishing for resident species such as rainbow trout, Arctic char, Arctic grayling, and northern pike is reported be very good to great. Spinners, spoons, and flies should work well until salmon spawning begins and egg imitations become more productive.
- King salmon are beginning to arrive in Bristol Bay streams and sport fishing effort is increasing. Spinners, spoons, plugs, and bait (cured roe) should work well.
- Sockeye salmon are now showing up and should be abundant enough to target soon. Standard “flossing” methods that are applied to fishing sockeye throughout the state should be productive in Bristol Bay as well.
- Halibut fishing near Protection Point is reported to be slow to fair with mixed success.
Please review the emergency orders and advisory announcements below in their entirety before heading out on your next fishing trip.
- There are currently no emergency orders for the Bristol Bay management area.
Don’t forget to purchase your 2022 sport fishing license and king stamp! Purchase your 2022 sport fishing license and king stamp through the ADF&G online store and print it off from the comfort of your own home. Also, make sure to review emergency orders, advisory announcements, and the 2022 Southwest Alaska Sport Fishing Regulations Summary booklet for the area you are fishing in before you head out.
For additional information, please contact the ADF&G Bristol Bay Area Office at (907) 842-2427.