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    Default Grayling?

    I'm headed up to the Kenai area late in August. Where is the closest place I'd have a decent shot at catching a grayling? I've got a few days so I don't mind traveling a bit.

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    Red face Grayling

    Yooper how's it going eh! Dat sounds like you have a good plan der don't cha know.

    Ok That's just so wrong, but hey I can type like that becuase I be a Yooper from long ago eh.

    How far are you willing to travel i.e. more than a couple of hours or something a little closer?

    Blue Moose.

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    Default You could try...

    Crescent Lake near Cooper Landing

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    Default Fuller Lake

    Hiking to Lower Fuller Lake is almost a sure thing, it's a nice hike, although uphill, tons of smaller grayling in the lake though. The trail to Fuller lake is marked, next to the Sterling Highway near the Russian River Ferry, within several miles I think.
    Hike faster. I hear banjo music.

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