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Area Sport Fishing Reports
Bristol Bay

September 07, 2018

Regulation Reminders and Emergency Orders

Emergency Orders

  • Per Emergency Order No. 2-RS-5-43-18, the bag and possession limit for sockeye salmon was increased to ten fish in all waters of the Naknek River drainage. The limit for other salmon, except king and sockeye salmon, remains at five per day, five in possession.
  • Per Emergency Order No. 2-RS-5-42-18, the bag and possession limit for sockeye salmon was increased to ten fish in all waters of the Alagnak River drainage. The limit for other salmon, except king, coho, and sockeye salmon, remains at five per day, five in possession.
  • Per Emergency Order No. 2-RS-5-39-18, the bag and possession limit for sockeye salmon to ten fish in all waters of the Nushagak-Mulchatna River drainage, excluding the Wood River drainage. The limit for other salmon, except king and sockeye salmon, remains at five per day, five in possession.
  • Per Emergency Order No. 2-RS-5-38-18, the bag and possession limit for sockeye salmon in the Kvichak River/Lake Iliamna drainage was restore from two fish to five fish. In addition, the four areas previously closed to sport fishing for sockeye salmon are reopened.
  • Per Emergency Order No. 2-RS-5-28-18, the bag and possession limit for sockeye salmon was increased to ten fish in all waters of the Wood River drainage.

Freshwater Fishing

Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden, Arctic Grayling

  • In the Naknek River drainage fishing for rainbow trout is reported as good and should be good through mid-October.
  • In the Togiak River and nearby drainages fishing is reported as good and should continue to be productive through September.
  • In the Wood River Lakes system fishing is reported as good for rainbows, Dollies, and Arctic char and should be good through October.

Northern Pike

  • In the Naknek and Alagnak drainages fishing should be fair through the fall.
  • In the Wood River Lake system fish should continue to be caught in shallow weedy bays through the fall.

This is the last fishing report for the 2018 season. This fishing report will be updated when additional information is available. For current seasonal information, please contact the Dillingham office at (907) 842-2427.

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