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    Default New to Alaska from Oregon

    I'm new here and I'm just looking for something with all the fishing regs for the rivers and lakes up here!! thank you!!

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    Http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm...hingSport.main should get you to the sportfishing home page. You can also get reg books for southcentral region at any Fred Meyer, Walmart, Carrs, fishing gear store, or the F&G office in Anchorage.

    Always call the inseason hotline before venturing out to a river to get any Emergency Orders which won't be in the reg books, but you're required to know anyway.

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    Post up where your at, you may get some good advice too...

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    First, go here to get all the info you need and download the regs book for your area... http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm...shingInfo.main

    Every single day, before you go fishing, check this page for Emergency Order regulation changes. Yes, ADF&G has a habit of making drastic changes to fishing regulations on the fly. http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm...shingInfo.eonr
    Winter is Coming...

    Go GeocacheAlaska!

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    Former Oregonian here too. Send me a private message and we can hit some streams if you're in the Anchorage vicinity.

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    I moved up from the Oregon Coast last year. Drop my a pm and we can get out sometime.

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    I'd also go talk to the guys at B&J's for rigging, lures and tips on the equipment.

    http://www.bnjsg.com/onlinestore/index.php

    I learned on my own and it took forever testing and trying, one stop here would have saved me a couple seasons of frustration.

    Careful though... you will walk out spending 3 times what you planned.

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