Been reading a ton from Highway Angler and the FF Guide to Alaska, thanks to you guys for the recomendations (although my chores and priorities do not thank you haha).
Read about a couple of lakes that sound like they have great potential for a decent sized grayling, decent meaning bigger than 12-15 inches. I'm not a big fan of lake fishing except for warmwater species and pike, so I've been looking for places where good sized grayling might be more accessible in streams/creeks/rivers. I would check the inlet and outlet streams of the lakes I have in mind, but rather than hike several miles to not have luck I thought I'd ask for any advice on places from you guys. Our time on the pennisula is limited to 4 days basically, so focusing on places where the odds are high would be really nice since we also want to target other species in our time there.
So, does anyone have any place(s) on or near the kenai pennisula they'd be willing to give up to a first time visitor? Are there even any good grayling streams at all around the pennisula?