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    Bout to head out to the lil su pretty soon here to target some Grayling. How is the report for Grayling on the river on the Parks area?? I would imagine that it would be hot with bows and dollies since they are following all the salmon that are flowing through.
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    I've never had much luck for grayling in the Little Su. Rainbows are around and can be good sized, caught a few dollies over the years but nothing very big. If you are wanting grayling specifically, I'd head up to Willow, Little Willow, Kashwitna, or Montana creeks. If you have a canoe, dump in Grays creek and head upstream also.
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    That's what I had in mind. I just wanted to try somewhere closer to home. I think I might head up north and make my way down to willow creek. thanks

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    I floated the willow about a week ago and fished the mouth of Montana yesterday. The grayling were biting on dry flies at both places. Try an elk hair caddis.

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    Might be a stupid question, but do you keep them? I have never caught one so it would be neat to catch one

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    I usually catch and release them. But I know a lot of people that keep and eat them.

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    Can't keep them on Willow or Montana creeks. Not sure about the little su. I very rarely fish that river. I keep them when I fish other places like the Tangle lakes. IMO grayling are one of the best eating fish in AK. I much prefer them over trout any day.

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    Thats also right. you cannot keep them on Willow or Montana Creek.

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