(PRWEB) March 03, 2011
Soldotna, AK (PRWEB) March 3, 2011 -- "The Central District Drift Gillnet Fishery Management Plan was just altered to restrict fishing for the fleet during certain periods to an 'expanded' corridor offshore of Kenai and Kasilof…”
This news according to Fisheries sources prompts Tower Rock to offer new "Internet Specials".
The new plan will improve Kenai and Kasilof sportfishing! As a recreational fishing guide service Tower Rock is seeing expanded bookings possibly attributed to these regulatory changes.
Why? Because by limiting the time and locations that commercial fishermen actually fish, more and larger fish should get in to the Kenai system for sport fisherman and recreation.
The famous Kenai River and its “little sister” the Kasilof have some of the largest King Salmon in Alaska. Nine of the top 10 largest salmon ever caught were caught here…most over 90# with the world record at 97+ lbs. Tower Rock Lodge sits on the banks of the lower Kenai right near the famous Les Anderson record!
Fishing for world record salmon, as well as rainbow trout and halibut are only part of the Tower Rock portfolio. Kayaking, hiking, and remote fly-in trips allow guests to see one of the most scenic areas in all of Alaska, teeming with incredible fish, flora, fauna, wildlife and culture. World-class lodging and meals at the all-inclusive Tower Rock Lodge help it achieve awards like “Best Lodge in Alaska” and preserve its relationship with Orvis as the only “endorsed lodge” on the Kenai Peninsula.
Although Alaska is thought to be expensive, cold and “buggy”, it will surprise you. With the warm Japanese current, summer temperatures around the Kenai in the 60’s and 70’s and its location in one of the drier parts of Alaska, the need for raingear and bug spray are minimized. And with 20+ hours of light much of the season, guests to Tower Rock can maximize their experiences.