I was wanting to do some Sockeye Fishing on the Kasilof (in an attempt to avoid the Russian/Kenai rivers).
But since I really don't want to float down the river and I don't want to do subsistence fishing I was thinking about going to the kasilof/crooked creek confluence and do some fly fishing. I was thinking that since most will be dipnetting it wont be so busy at the confluence? I was also debating getting a king stamp incase I happen to luck out and land a hatchery king (since in 2013 you can't keep wild kings?)
I guess my question is more of a regulatory question.
I know that there is a large span of time when the mouth of the river is for dip netting use only. I was wondering if the areas up river are still open for regular fishing.