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Alaska Fishing Reports


2012-06-03
12:23 AM

2012 Season begins - Well, crew has arrived and training began in earnest today with three boats with seasoned guides training some new ones began today with some nice fish hitting the dock. 5 nice kings, 4 nice halibut and an assortment of nice rockfish. Check out more...
Capt. Jim Lucas - Yes Bay


2011-12-29
1:13 PM

Crew Hiring Time for 2012 Season - We are busy for the Sport Show season which starts next week in Denver, then we are on the road until March. Lodge bookings for 2012 are very strong, we expect a great season. We have positions available for Guides, must be professional guides more...
Capt. Jim Lucas - Yes Bay


2011-12-01
10:06 AM

2012 Season Shapes up - Now accepting Reservations - The 2012 season at Yes Bay is beginning to take shape as reservations are flowing in daily. make sure you make your plans to visit us in Alaska this coming season. more...
Capt. Jim Lucas - Yes Bay


2011-10-01
2:50 PM

2011 Season Ends - The season ended with a slow time for silvers and some really bad weather. There were some silvers around but it was spotty unlike previous years. The Lodge closed on the 22nd of September and we are now taking bookings for the 2012 season whic more...
Capt. Jim Lucas - Yes Bay


2011-09-11
12:31 PM

Bears Gone and So Am I on Alaska's Goodnews RIver - The Report from Spotted Tail 9/11/11 First, for obvious reasons let's take a moment of silence. Upcoming Events- I will be available for charter in my usual stomping grounds in central Florida around the 15th of September. Word is the water is more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Goodnews River


2011-09-01
1:07 AM

More Bears and Silver Salmon on the Goodnews River - More Bears and Silvers on the Goodnews River The Report from Spotted Tail 8/29/11 Upcoming Events- I will be available for charter in my usual stomping grounds in central Florida around the 15th of September. Word is the water is very high and more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Goodnews River


2011-08-22
1:48 AM

Doly Varden, Silver Salmon, and Bears on Goodnews River - Dollies and Silvers and Bears, Oh My- on Goodnews River The Report from Spotted Tail 8/21/11 This week and next mark the peak of the Goodnews River silver salmon run. Some fly fishers are tallying 50 fish days and we're finding fish everywhere. more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Goodnews River


2011-08-01
12:57 AM

Alaskan King Salmon Season Ends at Goodnews River Lodge; Silver - Alaskan King Salmon Season Ends at Goodnews River Lodge; Silver Salmon Beginning to Pick Up The Report from Spotted Tail 7/31/11 King salmon season ended on July 25. Fish are still coming into the Goodnews River, and some are still being caught more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Goodnews River


2011-07-28
7:56 PM

Best King Season in 5 years - The King salmon run is finally winding down, we have just completed what has to be our best season in a number of years, with a bunch of big kings hitting the dock almost everyday...Limits daily were the norm with many fish in excess of 35 pounds more...
Capt. Jim Lucas - Yes Bay


2011-07-25
2:27 AM

King Salmon Still Going Strong on Goodnews River - Alaskan King Salmon Going Strong at Goodnews River Lodge The Report from Spotted Tail 7/24/11 Forty two degrees this morning and raining. Perfect salmon fishing weather! I fished Nick and John today, from Tampa, Florida. But I get ahead of myse more...
Capt. John Kumiski - Goodnews River

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Specific Alaska Fishing Report Locations:

Goodnews River (23)

Kenai River (1)

Whale Pass (20)

Yes Bay (37)

   

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