.... kings, that is.
Do they exist? And if so, just how RARE are they? I've been at the game for 4 decades and have never seen or touched one, nor have any of the folks in my circle of Kenai die-hards.
There's a discussion on the saltwater board about white kings in AK rivers. There's a handful of streams in SE-AK, generally trans-boundary rivers originating in Canada, that regularly produce white kings.
White kings are taken in Cook Inlet and Homer, but these are virtually all feeder fish that originated elsewhere.
And pale white-fleshed black-bellied Kenai fire-engines are taken every year in the middle river, but those obviously don't count.
Just curious, have any of you veteran Kenai king fishermen ever encountered a true white-fleshed chromer king?