Deep Inlet opened to Trolling on Saturday. There was some effort by the Troll fleet, although I don’t have catch numbers yet. Sunday was a Seine day; using preliminary numbers it appears approximately 120,000 chum salmon were caught. This was a pleasant surprise and...Read More
Thursday August 25 at 2 pm ADF&G announced that Deep Inlet would reopen on Saturday August 27 beginning with a Troll rotation, followed by Seine on August 28, and Gillnet on August 29. This puts the fishery rotation in the normal sequence for the remainder of the...Read More
We had one boat fish at Deep Inlet during the common property opening. Starting after noon the F/V Revival caught 100,000 lbs. Two boats are fishing today. The remaining goal is 1.7 million pounds. Sex ratio from Sunday CR was 56% male. Approximately 20,000 chum were caught in...Read More
Deep Inlet will close August 6th at the end of a troll day. The SHA will remain closed to trolling, seining and gillnetting until the cost recovery goal is met. It is expected to be closed for approximately two weeks. The chum goal during the closure has not been set as it will...Read More
Deep Inlet will be closed July 7th for the seine rotation. This is a drastic action due to Hidden Falls run collapse. We will close until we have approximately 40,000 chum at or near the head of Deep Inlet. Chum will be collected with seine gear and rolled into two net pens for...Read More
Salmon Enhancement in Southeast Alaska Since 1978
2016 Hidden Falls schedule (Harvest Plan, Assessment area map, Assessment Tax information) Assessment rate is $0.10 per pound.
2016 Deep Inlet schedule – Calendar and additional information
2016 Deep Inlet schedule – Single page calendar only – for printing
2016 ADF&G News Release – Deep Inlet – Official Schedule
MAPS – NSRAA’s maps page
In-season fishery observations, commentary and more….
We’ve been very fortunate over the years to have some very special people at NSRAA, both on our staff and our Board of Directors. Folks with a passion for their work, who aren’t satisfied with ‘status quo’ and have to always be testing new territory.Read More