we are coming (from Germany) to Alaska almost every year for floating, camping and fishing. This year we have planned the Goodnews River in the first two weeks of September. We have decided to go late in order to avoid the crowds and enjoy some good rainbow fishing. However, we have never been so late , so we are still not sure. Is it true that people are gone in September or is it just changing from fishing to hunting? (I dont mind hunters - just the jet boats going up and down the river). Are there still any (fresh) Silvers coming in. Silvers are not our main target, but still, without any salmon we would miss something. Finally, I love picking (and eating) mushrooms and berries. Is there still mushroom seasaon in September? (I know, this sounds stupid, because nobody would come to Alaska for mushrooms - still I just love it)
I would be happy to get some help.
Gernod (from Germany, where winter will be gone in a few weeks)