Kenai Peninsula -
The sockeye fishing on the Kenai and Kasilof rivers has slowed way down, according to ADFG, and silvers are not yet in those rivers in abundance.
With the salmon fishing slow, water clarity on the upper Kenai is helping to produce a good number of trout and other resident species.
Lake fishing on the Kenai Peninsula has been hot, as reported by ADFG.
Salmon are available at the Eklutna Tailrace, especially at the mouth. Jim Creek, the Little Susitna River and the Deshka River are all reported as fair for silvers at this time.
Keep an eye on the Yentna River and it's tributaries for improved fishing this week, and streams on the west side of Cook Inlet are reportedly producing silvers. Check out Chuit, Kustatan and Theodore rivers.
Chum and pinks are reportedly being caught along the Parks Highway streams.
Fishing is reportely excellent in Mat-Su valley lakes.
Salt Water -
Halibut fishing is good if you travel outside of Kachemak Bay, and silver salmon are available in Cook Inlet and in the bay. Trolling for feeder kings has been slow.
Lingcod fishing is reportedly fair with Elizabeth Island and Kennedy Entrance producing good fish, according to ADFG.
Halibut fishing is reportedly good out of Seward, with smaller fish available throughout the Gulf of Alaska this year, according to ADFG.
The Seward Silver Salmon Derby begings Saturday, August. 13.
Fishing for lingcod has been good, but you can only fish for them outside of Resurrection Bay. Pacific cod and rockfish are readily available.
Prince William Sound -
ADFG reports halibut moving into bays with shallower waters, while silvers are being caught throughout PWS. Whittier anglers are reporting high catch rates near the harbor and just outside of Passage Canal. Pink salmon are available throughout PWS as well.
Shrimping has reportedly been good on the west side of the sound.