Hopeful thoughts for Kenai kings

Our fishing group visits the north country every year, but we have never fished the Kenai or any of the adjacent rivers. I am not a king fisherman, but love fishing for other salmon. I have looked at pictures and statistics of the Kenai kings each year and am very sad to see the decline of both size and numbers. I do hope the “KINGS” can return to their rightful place in the Kenai in the future. Kings is Kenai and Kenai are kings! With warmest aloha,

Ed Tamura  

More

Letter to the editor: New energy options for Alaska

Surprising news from two different sources. Analysts now believe that consumers will purchase electric vehicles at a much faster rate than previously thought... Read more

Mon, 07/17/2017 - 11:21

Letter: U.S. needs more substance, better quality

U.S. needs more substance, better quality Read more

Letter: Time to stop saddling a dead horse

Time to stop saddling a dead horse

Read more
Thu, 07/06/2017 - 21:38

Letter: Teach children to be entrepreneurs

Teach children to entrepreneurs Read more