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    We left Tok, Alaska a day or two ago after seeing the river and creeks are really trashed out because of recent snow. We headed south and observed some portions of the Glenn Allen highway South was covered by flooding creeks and rivers. The flooding was not dangerous but water running OVER the highway. We are now in Valdez and they too are digging out of very large and late snow fall. I fished the City dock today but saw no one else and there was no fish activity. So the question is do I head back up north to Delta Junction and try fishing the lakes where the edge of the lakes are open for such things as trout, grayling, dolly, dolly varden? Or, head south to the Keni, Homer, etc., etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jholp View Post
    We left Tok, Alaska a day or two ago after seeing the river and creeks are really trashed out because of recent snow. We headed south and observed some portions of the Glenn Allen highway South was covered by flooding creeks and rivers. The flooding was not dangerous but water running OVER the highway. We are now in Valdez and they too are digging out of very large and late snow fall. I fished the City dock today but saw no one else and there was no fish activity. So the question is do I head back up north to Delta Junction and try fishing the lakes where the edge of the lakes are open for such things as trout, grayling, dolly, dolly varden? Or, head south to the Keni, Homer, etc., etc?
    Fishing in Valley Lakes right now is terrific. Best in early and late day, or all day if its overcast. Ice has only been out from a day or two to two weeks on most lakes.

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