Outdoor Briefs

Posted: Friday, July 14, 2006

Educational trips scheduled

The Kachemak Heritage Land Trust will host a Nubble Point geology and kayak trip from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, starting from the Homer harbor. Geologist Taz Tally will host the guided tour. The cost is $195 per person. No kayak experience is necessary, but participants are asked to bring lunch.For more information, call (907) 235-5263.

Kenai produces dipnet leaflet

A leaflet with information on the do’s and dont’s of dipnetting on the Kenai River has been produced by the city of Kenai in time for the personal-use salmon fishery.

The leaflet, available at Kenai City Hall, lists parking, camping and boat launch fees, as well as information on the three main dipnet areas in the city: Kenai north shore, Kenai south shore and the Kenai dock facility. A tide table for July also is included.

Lower Ohmer Lake camp closed

Lower Ohmer Lake Campground at Mile 8.5 Skilak Lake Road is closed for improvements. The closure will continue for about three weeks. At least 10 other campgrounds will remain open for public use during this time period.

For more information call the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge at 262-7021.



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