Information specific to recreational fisheries in the Kuskokwim-Goodnews Management Area in 2011 and preliminary information for 2012 is presented. Estimates of fishing effort, total catch, and effort is summarized through the 2011 season. This information is provided to the Alaska Board of Fisheries (board), as well as to the general public and interested parties. Summaries of major fisheries within the area are detailed, including descriptions of the performance of these fisheries, regulatory actions by the board, social and biological issues, and descriptions of ongoing research and management activities. The remote waters of the Kuskokwim-Goodnews Management Area supported approximately 22,000 angler-days of sport fishing in 2011. Salmon species (73%) dominated the total harvest of approximately 9,000 fish, while freshwater species (64%) dominated the total catch of approximately 214,000 fish. Coho salmon were the majority of the salmon species harvest (58%) and catch (47%), while Dolly Varden/Arctic char were the majority (51%) of the freshwater species harvest, and Arctic grayling, Dolly Varden/Arctic char, and rainbow trout comprised 95% of the total catch.