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    Default Any Gulkana or Klutina reports?

    I'm heading up that way next weekend?
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    Almost 100 views and not one response. I guess the fishing is so good the local guys don't have time to respond
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    Gulkana was bad. Not a sole fishing for salmon... only grayling. I didn't see the Klutina this weekend... but my bet is on that one.

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    I finish the klutina last week. ..on way back from chitina. ...i fished about 4 hours ...only saw one surface...had one on for about 2 seconds. I was fishing for kings ...only saw one person with a red... saw a guide fillet a king for a Japanese tourist. ..kind of sad ....it was a white king....not from eating herring. ..but from being in fresh water too long

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    Glad I cancelled my trip and rebooked on the Little Su
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    I've fished the Klutina this late in the season before and did OK. On the other hand, I've done really good on the Gulkana in late August and early September. Most don't fish this time of year because it's either moose season or moose season prep-time.

    BL, if you got time get out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KWP View Post
    I've fished the Klutina this late in the season before and did OK. On the other hand, I've done really good on the Gulkana in late August and early September. Most don't fish this time of year because it's either moose season or moose season prep-time.

    BL, if you got time get out there.
    what were you fishing for rainbows grayling?

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    Neither, reds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KWP View Post
    Neither, reds.
    I think Monday is the last day for kings on the klutina. ... I'm thinking about giving it a shot. ...last time I went fishing there it was slow but it just felt good being there an trying. ..i could use more reds go can ...so i will dip in chitina also. ...

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