USGS Stream Data

Kenai Rvr @ CooperLndg

  • Water Temp: 42.8 ° F
  • Flow: 4780 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 9.97 ft
USGS

Middle Kenai @ Skilak

  • Flow: 7820 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 9.68 ft
USGS

Talkeetna Rvr

  • Water Temp: 50 ° F
  • Flow: 5990 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 5.41 ft
USGS

Situk Rvr

  • Water Temp: 55.94 ° F
  • Flow: 246 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 65.69 ft
USGS
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It’s Fry Time!

 

Fry

For most Alaskan fly fishers spring brings melting snow and thoughts summer fishing, with (hopefully) sunshine and green things growing everywhere.  But some of us have discovered we can have frys with our spring.

Salmon eggs laid last fall have been hatching under the ice, slowly developing into alevins (yoke sac fry). As ice pulls away from the spawning beds, the alevin, having used up their yoke sac, become fry. New fry swim to the surface, gulp some air to fill their air bladder, and begin free swimming and feeding. It’s at this point in their young lives that fry become available to all the other fish that have been on minimum rations through winter.

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Small Hydro Dams = Great Idea… NOT!!!

Watch this…

Small Hydro Power from Tom11 Films on Vimeo.

So now what do you think?

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