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    Hello everyone
    Been in the PNW for 20 years, I have some experience catching Salmon, Steelhead, trout, halibut, etc.
    I got some free time this summer in about 2 weeks, and thinking bout boarding a plane to Anchorage for a couple of weeks
    to pursue Halibut, salmon, Grayling, and Lake trout if possible.

    Is late June to earlier July a good time, or should I considered later in the summer.
    My interest is just to enjoy myself and experience what Alaska has to offer with no set schedule.

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    Late June to Early July would be prime time for Halibut and other salt water species. Kings are showing up in the upper Cook Inlet Streams (that are open for kings). Coho should be showing up in good Numbers for Resurrection Bay. Grayling are only a Plane ride away from Anchorage. However, that being prime time, most charters are going to be booked up well in advance as will the more popular lodging accommodations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old John View Post
    Late June to Early July would be prime time for Halibut and other salt water species. Kings are showing up in the upper Cook Inlet Streams (that are open for kings). Coho should be showing up in good Numbers for Resurrection Bay. Grayling are only a Plane ride away from Anchorage. However, that being prime time, most charters are going to be booked up well in advance as will the more popular lodging accommodations.
    Thanx for the info, saltwater is taken care of, got a seat with Friend of a Friend for Halibut.
    Looking into freshwater, was told reds on the Russian can be good, if you don't mind combat fishing.
    Is there a link for recent fishing reports, currently looking at ADFG site for info.

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