Captain Glenn and your blogger had a terrific day fishing the middle of the Kenai River for trout.... all catch and release, 1/2 day total-- 12 fish, eight of them over 22 inches. 1 reaching the scale at 24 inches and the rest medium to small-sized. Captain Brian and Captain Dane guided their fishing fishing guests to Alaska trout fishing at its finest catching and releasing similar sizes.
Pops, Captain Jordy and Captain Austin run drift boats on the Kasilof River also had skillfully managed to guide their aggregate of guests to catch large King Salmon that the guests kept so they could return to their homes with processed fillets provided by Russell Fishing Company as part of their complete lodging and fishing package.
This week we spotted a moose mother with her infant calf that looked like it had been born within the last few hours.
This happened on Kalifornsky Beach Road in Kasilof and the traffic luckily was mild because they were trying to cross the road and the cow being very protective of her newborn. The traffic had stopped, we could take pictures and look in wonderment but the mother was super cautious.
Great fishing with Captain Zack in Cook Inlet on the Miss Patience Russell fishing companies premier ocean vessel. The charters were filling their daily limits on the combos with halibut and King Salmon. Another lunker halibut tipping the scales at hundred pounds on one voyage Captain Zacks charters manage catching rockfish and ling Cod an Alaskan cornucopia of fish.
As I am writing this I am sitting at the grounds where construction of the new Russell fishing campgrounds are being built This endeavor will be ready by 2021