Iand my 2 adult sons plan to drive across the Denali Highway on June 12, and wehope to do some fishing for grayling along the way. We're from New Hampshire, and we've neverbeen to Alaska before, so we don't know much about grayling fishing. Can anybody recommend spots along the DenaliHighway to try, tackle, lures, bait, techniques, etc.? We don't have a boat, so we're limited tofishing from shore. I know June 12 isearly for grayling fishing, I understandthe lakes in that area are still frozen, and their ice usually goes out in midto late June, but we're on a schedule, and June 12 is the only day wehave. Are there likely to be many grayling in the streams by then?
Also,can anyone recommend spots for grayling fishing along the AK Highway south ofDelta Jct. or in Yukon? We're driving toSeattle right after we leave the Denali Highway. We really appreciate any help anyone can giveus.