When exploring angling techniques one common-enough principle is to take an idea from one region and apply it to another. Such is the case when comparing Alaska with the famous, blue-ribbon trout locales of the Lower 48, places such as the Big Horn, Big Hole, Beaverhead, Yellowstone or Madison rivers of Montana. No, the waterways of the Last Frontier aren’t those of the Lower 48, but they do present some distinct similarities when it comes to early-season rainbows.
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