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  

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