Southcentral Alaska Subsistence Fisheries
That Require a Permit
In Southcentral Alaska the following fisheries require a permit issued by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Please contact the appropriate ADF&G office for information on seasons, methods and means, bag limits, and other restrictions or to obtain your permit.
- Cook Inlet (all waters) Subsistence Salmon and Dolly Varden Fisheries
- Cook Inlet Subsistence Tanner Crab Fishery
- Port Graham/Port Chatham Subsistence Salmon Fishery
- Seldovia Subsistence Salmon Fishery
- Tyonek Subsistence Salmon Fishery
- Permits for the above fisheries may be obtained from the following ADF&G offices:
- Permits for finfish, shrimp and tanner crab are all available on the ADF&G Online Store.
- You can obtain other permits for the above fisheries at the Cordova ADF&G office
- You can obtain permits for the above fisheries at the Glennallen ADF&G office
- Permits for the above fisheries may be obtained from the following ADF& offices:
Southcentral Alaska Subsistence Permit Information
For questions about regulations or limits for subsistence and personal use permits, contact the Area Management Biologists at Fish and Game offices in Anchorage, Cordova, Dillingham, Dutch Harbor, Glennallen, Homer,
King Salmon, Kodiak, Palmer, Sand Point, or Soldotna.