Clam Scramble June 20th 2020

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THE 6TH ANNUAL CLAM SCRAMBLE HAS BEEN CANCELED! Due to concerns…

Sport Fishing Information

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Sport Fishing Information https://www.adfg.alaska.gov/sf/EONR/index.cfm?ADFG=area.list&Year=2020&AreaID=8 Click…

Salmonfest 2019 August 2nd-4th 2019

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Salmonfest has become widely recognized both nationally and within the state as the most compelling and dynamic event in Alaska. Every year more than 8,000 people turn the Kenai Peninsula village of Ninilchik into a small city as families and friends fill the region with fish, love, and music. The three day weekend includes over 60 bands performing across four stages, Alaska’s top food, art and brews, as well as a science symposium, and daily children’s program.

Clam Digging Closed Again for 2019 on the Eastside for the 5th continuous year

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In 2018, all Eastside Cook Inlet beaches will remain closed to recreational clamming due to the continued low abundance of mature sized razor clams. Any razor clam harvest in 2018 will likely delay recovery of east side Cook Inlet razor clam populations. The closure prohibits the taking of any clam species from Eastside Beaches and will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. Monday, January 1, 2018 and will be in effect for the remainder of the year. The affected area runs from the mouth of the Kenai River to the southernmost tip of the Homer Spit.

Kenai Peninsula Fair August 17-19th, 2018

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For over 60 years, the town of Ninilchik, Alaska has played host to the annual Kenai Peninsula Fair. Every August, approximately 7,000 people come from all points of the state for a chance to reunite with family and friends, to showcase their accomplishments from the past year and to take part in some down home fun.