Kenai Peninsula -
Sockeye fishing is reportedly at an end, with fish entering the spawning phase for the most part. Silver fishing on the Kenai and Kasilof rivers is reportedly fair to good currently, according to Fish and Game.
The upper Kenai and the Russian River are closed to sockeye. Silver fishing is reportedly slow in the area.
Fishing for trout and dolly varden on the Kenai has been good, and is expected to improve throughout the fall.
Mat-Su Valley -
The Eklutna Tailrace is reportedly fair for early-morning anglers, according to Fish and Game, and silver fishing on the Deshka has slowed.
Fishing on the west side of Cook Inlet is listed as fair.
A few silvers are still being caught on Parks Highways streams, with Fish and Game listing Willow, Little Willow, Sheep, Goose, Caswell and Montana Creeks as good spots.
Silver fishing on the Talkeetna River and the mouth of Clear Creek is reportedly fair.
Fishing for rainbows along Parks Highways streams is hot as salmon spawning season draws to an end.
Lake fishing is picking up as pressure slows due to hunting season.
Salt Water -
Halibut fishing is listed as poor in Kachemak Bay, but better if you travel to the central or southern Cook Inlet.
Salmon fishing in Kachemak Bay is reportedly fair with trolling being the most effective way to get fish on.
Lingcod is listed as fair to good by Fish and Game, while cod, pollock and flounders are available off of the Homer Spit.
Halibut fishing in Prince William Sound is good around ocean entrances where bigger fish are available. Lingcod fishing is reportedly fair around the west side of Montague Island.
Whittier anglers are reporting catching limits of silver outside of Passage Canal.
Shrimp fishing will end September 15.
Halibut fishing is reportedly good out of Seward. Silvers returning to the head of the bay are late this year.
Lingcod fishing is good but is only open outside the bay.
For more information, visit Fish and Game's website.