08/26/15 - 7:43pm
Normally, the Kenai Peninsula seems to go straight from summer into fall. This year, however, summer has been lingering — and the fish in peninsula streams have been cooperating with anglers out enjoying the pleasant weather.
Dave Atcheson, a local angler and author of “Fishing Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula,” said he was fishing the Kenai River below Skilak Lake last weekend and had good success targeting rainbow trout and Dolly Varden.
“It was very good for trout and Dollies, and there were a few silvers around as well,” Atcheson said.