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    Default tangle lakes

    is there much for camping spots along the lake system right about lower tangle lake before it really turns into a river if you look on google earth thinking about going back about 5 miles(the section of the creek just before lower tangle lake) and camping for a couple of days is there much for gravel bars or anything??should there be much for fishing in the fall??

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    Thumbs up Great Place

    There are places to camp but the fishing is unreal. The grayling at plentifull and hit just about anything. A wonderfull place to camp and fish.
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    Please use single hook , and crimp your barbs while fishing there.....That way theyll be plenty more, and bigger ones next year.......THANKS. DAN

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    Thanks for adding that Dan. The wife and I pinch all out barbs for bows, dollies and grayling and it is just habit. I always forget to remind people of that
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    thanks for the info guy. I usually use barbless hooks or pinch the barb down when im doing catch and release and almost never use triple hooks even if im keeping fish. it's just alot more of a hassle to use triples because there is alot more hooks to get out. one more question, what wildlife do you see the most moose bears, how many of you guys have done this float before, what did you guys like about it what wildlife did you see??

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    Default How long of a drive...

    That looks like quite a drive. How far from Palmer to those Tangle lakes?

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    It is around 270 miles. The denali highway is about and hour and a half north of glennallen and it another 20 to tangle lakes. The nice part though is that the denali is paved to tangle lakes
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