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Alaska Fly Fishing - Silt Line Style

Published by Dave Kile [dkile] on 09/07/2011 (1794 reads)
I have been looking more into a trip to Alaska at some time and enjoyed this video provided Chris Maher from the Talachulitna River. The fishing looked pretty good with plenty of reported leopard rainbows, along with sockeye, king's, dolly's, & greyling.




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gulfgreyhound
Published: 2011/9/10 17:45  Updated: 2011/9/10 17:45
Joined: 10/17/2007
From: florida
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 Re: Alaska Fly Fishing - Silt Line Style
When the pilot ask you to watch for logs in the river it gets a little exciting. Thats a great fishing area with a lot of creeks and rivers and only float plane access.
wbranch
Published: 2011/9/12 11:47  Updated: 2011/9/12 11:47
Joined: 05/26/2009
From: York & Starlight, PA
Comments: 596
 Re: Alaska Fly Fishing - Silt Line Style
Looks like a wonderful trip - what time of year did you go? How long did you stay, how much did it cost, and how was the lodging and meals?
dkile
Published: 2011/9/13 17:25  Updated: 2011/9/13 17:25
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 Re: Alaska Fly Fishing - Silt Line Style
wbranch,

A bucket list trip and still doing the research. Have you been up there?
wbranch
Published: 2011/9/14 0:18  Updated: 2011/9/14 0:24
Joined: 05/26/2009
From: York & Starlight, PA
Comments: 596
 Re: Alaska Fly Fishing - Silt Line Style
See your PM's.

Shoot me me email address and I'll send you a link to view my Photobucket albums.

You ever fish the Erie tribs? I've only been fishing them for three years, this will be my fourth. I've done pretty good and have never gone when I didn't hook up decent numbers. I only fish Elk and Twenty Mile. Once in awhile I'll drive over to Walnut and if it isn't crowded I fish the Project Waters because there are just so many fish it is hard to not give it a try.

Matt



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