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Tag: Mat-Su Valley

Melissa Norris Alexander Lake June 16, 2016 We flew out from Lake Hood in Anchorage with the great folks at Trail Ridge Air. My husband Wayne and I headed to Alexander lake on a super hot summer day. Mt. Mckinley and Mt. Foraker were stunning in the background. We slayed pike using Eppinger Dardevle, Sebil […]
A Pilgrim’s Guide to Deshka Kings By Dan Bonney You’ve probably already tried all the bank-fishing options for kings, hopefully with a little bit of success. But the only choices for inexpensive freshwater kings near Anchorage are in Ship Creek and during the weekend openings along the Parks Highway at Willow, Caswell, Sheep and Montana […]

Fish Upper & Lower Lake Creek Floating Lake Creek By Dave Doucet Fishing Lower Lake Creek By Alan Powers Draining some 60-plus miles from its headwaters at Chelatna Lake near the base of the Alask

Wild Fish & Whitewater By Les Gara Some Alaska rivers are known for their fishing, for their whitewater, or just for their scenery and remoteness. There are few, like one whitewater stream that flows south from the shadows of the Alaska Range’s highest peaks, that offer all these things. Since 1991 I’ve floated southcentral Alaska’s […]

Alaska’s Talkeetna River By Jerry M. Wylie A cold wind spilled off Sovereign Mountain that day. Chilled by the mountain’s mighty glaciers, the wind followed the valleys of Iron Creek and Sheep

Visit Mat-Su, Alaska; the Mat-Su Valley offers both roadside and remote access to all five of Alaska’s Pacific salmon species, as well as resident rainbow trout, Dolly Varden, grayling, northern pike and more. More Mat-Su: Overview Articles Businesses Fishing Report Fish Stocking Updates Mat-Su Valley Overview The Matanuska-Susitna Valley manages the feat of providing spectacular opportunity […]
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