Gorging trout a fisherman’s delight
While those fishermen who packed their freezers full of sockeye and coho salmon this summer may be saving their catch for a winter-time feast, the same isn’t true for another creature on the Kenai Peninsula.
Currently, the Kenai River’s population of rainbow trout are gorging on the remainder of summer’s bounty — decaying salmon flesh and fresh eggs — making for one of the best times to catch a trophy trout on the river.
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