Fish for the Future is a non-allocative, education based, conservation program dedicated to allowing opportunity while minimizing impact. Alaska’s Kenai and Kasilof Rivers are home to some of the largest Chinook (King) salmon on earth. The four and five ocean fish that give these rivers their reputations are unique and extremely limited in number, this demanding an anglers special consideration.
Fish for the Future asks anglers to focus their
harvest on species of abundance, such as sockeye salmon, and consider returning big kings to the river to benefit their future and ours. By participating in this exciting new conservation program, you can benefit from its numerous rewards and most
importantly, make a difference in the river you love.
Fish for the future!
Actions speak louder than words, so make the powerful statement, one fish at a time, that sustaining the great king salmon of the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers is not only important, it’s our obligation as responsible users of the resource.
Like our page Fish For The Future in Facebook and invite at least one friend to like the page.
Enter your King Salmon conservation photo or video on the Fish For The Future Facebook page.
Facebook entrants will need to include the angler’s name, the length of the fish, the date and the river where the fish was caught/released in the Facebook photo description.
Go to the Fish for the Future Facebook Page, be sure to “Like” the page, and then post one hook and release king salmon photo or video per king released with your name, the anglers name, the date of the catch, the river where it was caught and any pertinent details such as length and girth, method, lure, etc.
Any ethical king salmon conservation photo or video is welcome to be posted on the Fish For The Future Facebook page, but only photos from the current season will qualify for the Fish For The Future awards program.
All King Salmon in photos/videos must be successfully hooked and released on Alaska’s Kenai or Kasilof Rivers during the open season.
Anglers must comply with all applicable ADF&G regulations and laws at all times.
Only photos and videos that display ethical and responsible hook and release techniques that put the welfare of the fish first will be displayed and considered for the Fish For The Future awards program.
Winners will be based upon numerous criteria including but not limited to the following:
1. The demonstration of ethical, responsible and legal C&R techniques.
2. The originality, composition, and overall quality of the photo or video.
3. The number of “likes” and “shares” the photo or video receives.
4. The size and condition of the King Salmon released.
5. The number of votes from the Fish For The Future panel.
To contact or connect with us, please visit our Facebook page, we would love to hear from you!