Went to the Russian (again) and was talking to a few guys who were leaving around 3am.
One guy told me: "dont waste your time on the Russian, hike down to the Kenai"
I didnt listen to him, but I still managed my 3 and Rose got 2. So thats good. It did take me from 5am until 1pm though. I know to many of you alaskans that sounds horrible. But Im used to fishing for 8-10 hours straight just to make sure there are no fish around.
I was just curious all day though; I read somewhere, or someone told me that the Kenai Reds are bigger than the Russian reds? Did I dream this?
I know BrianM told me its not as fun to fish the Kenai for them because you cant sight-fish as much (if at all), so how do you know where to fish? Experience? Follow someone who's got 2 on the stringer? lol
If they are bigger, Id like to try my luck at them. Im patient enough that Id spend a day just to catch one.
Long questions I guess. So Im gonna simplify.
1) Kenai Reds bigger than Russian REds?
2) Where and How to fish Kenai for Reds?
Thats what I was getting at. Thanks in advance.