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    Default Chilikadrotna River from Twin Lakes

    First Post for me....Great site and very informative..Very happy to be here! Thank You for allowing me passage!

    Can anyone share some recent (or not so recent) information on the Chili? I'm coming to AK for first time in two weeks and I'll be floating down the Chili from Twin Lakes to the Mulchatna. Any info would be greatly appreciated. I plan on bringing my 7wt and a 4wt (for greyling). I prefer nymphs to drys but I am flexible.

    While I'm here..any good campfire recipe's? We will get hungry

    Thanks,

    paz

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    I would be more concerned with a good PFD and signaling devices then flys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonC View Post
    I would be more concerned with a good PFD and signaling devices then flys.
    Opps sorry I was thinking of the Hoholitna out of whitefish lk

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenPlanet View Post
    First Post for me....Great site and very informative..Very happy to be here! Thank You for allowing me passage!

    Can anyone share some recent (or not so recent) information on the Chili? I'm coming to AK for first time in two weeks and I'll be floating down the Chili from Twin Lakes to the Mulchatna. Any info would be greatly appreciated. I plan on bringing my 7wt and a 4wt (for greyling). I prefer nymphs to drys but I am flexible.

    While I'm here..any good campfire recipe's? We will get hungry

    Thanks,

    paz
    Dry flies for grayling !!! Take a salmon filet, place it on a sheet of aluminum foil, add several pats of buter, a few slices of ORANGE (lots of guys use lemon, but the orange is super!) and sprinkle brown sugar over the top. Roll the foil around the filet and bake in the coals for just a few minutes. You'll even be doing that in the oven at home, after that delightful lunch !!!

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    Sweet....Sounds good Grizz! Simple and easy, just how we like it.

    paz

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