remeber its not legal to cross streams that hold any trout, salmon, dollies, or grayling. Those look pretty nuts
I choose to fly fish, not because its easy, but because its hard.
This map with help you locate anadromous fish streams. "They" may not be crossed with a vehicle unless it is a designiated crossing.
"Operation of motorized or tracked vehicles or equipment in or across streams or other waters important for spawning, rearing, or migration of anadromous fish including, but not limited to: salmon, trout, whitefish, or sheefish is unlawful without a valid Fish Habitat Permit that is issued by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources (ADNR)."
"Anadromous Fish"means a fish or fish species that spends portions of its life cycle in both fresh and salt waters, entering fresh water from the sea to spawn and includes the anadromous forms of pacific trout and salmon of the genus Oncorhynchus (rainbow and cutthroat trout and chinook, coho, sockeye, chum and pink salmon), Arctic char, Dolly Varden, sheefish, smelts, lamprey, whitefish, and sturgeon.
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Ive used these setups on my 4 wheelers for about 5 years..No problems.There homemeade and are held in by pockets and pinned.I only use them up off the denali highway, on the designated orv trails.There great, i can get into the lakes like Dickey or butte ,or seven mile and really fish the lakes.i get a lot of thumbs up when people see me on the denali.
Originally Posted by northwestalska