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    Figured I'd get more noticed in here, since i'm headed up to chase the BOU on the haul rd. My question is...... has anyone caught Burbot from the SAG River? I caught tons of grayling last year, but no Burbot.... Any suggestions?

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    Grayling Char and sheefish but never burbot sorry.
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    No worries, I just wondered where to find other fish besides grayling. Any Ideas?

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    i beleive there are lake trout in Galbreath Lake
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    There are small lakers in Galbraith (It's a shallow lake). Much bigger Lakers in Toolik Lake.

    The lake next to Pump 4 is unofficially called Tee Lake. It has burbot, and some big ones too!

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    2nd vote for toolik lake

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    I think I will try Toolike and Tee lake. I'm chomping at the bit to go, but still have two weeks. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH, what to do?

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    A 3rd for toolik lake...

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