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    Default Greyling near Delta Junction

    Any recommendations on Greyling near Delta Junction?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKFishOn View Post
    Any recommendations on Greyling near Delta Junction?

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    I know if I were to fish around there, I would not, WOULD NOT go to Delta Clearwater River...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcox View Post
    I know if I were to fish around there, I would not, WOULD NOT go to Delta Clearwater River...

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    Yeah, from every thing I've heard, I wouldn't go there either.

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    bad winter kill and sewage dumping has killed all the fish in dcw...stay away

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    Now that's funny and the boys are correct bad action with all the wind aided polution as well might as well be Lake Erie back in the 70's. If you go don't light a match.

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    Besides all the above problems, the campground is near empty so you haven't neighbors to socialize with.

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    Lake Bolio has been steady. They are all stock fish but between Rainbows, I was getting 8 to 10 inch greylings. The Bows ran a bit bigger.

    Bolio in on Fort Greely's training area and you need a pass but they are free and you can get one from the front gate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta Tenderfoot View Post
    Lake Bolio has been steady. They are all stock fish but between Rainbows, I was getting 8 to 10 inch greylings. The Bows ran a bit bigger.

    Bolio in on Fort Greely's training area and you need a pass but they are free and you can get one from the front gate.
    I thought the Russians caught them all out of there last winter.
    I remember reading about a guy who was caught being 100 something fish over the limit.
    You know your not catching any fish when you start talking about the weather...


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    Quote Originally Posted by AKFishOn View Post
    Any recommendations on Greyling near Delta Junction?

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    peters creek.... a good bit north but worth the drive....


























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    Default July?

    I heard July is the worst time to go to Clearwater.
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    I was just down to a buddies house on the upper Clearwater and we sat by the River to have coffee......there were not a lot of fish rising but the ones that were feeding were good sized fish....probably 16" to 18".

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    The Delta clearwater is a beautiful place to fish, especially if you live here and know where the good spots are. I prefer to fish it just south of the lodge. It is calm and quiet there, I always catch a few 8 to 12 inchers there. The bit about the sewage is good for keeping people out you don't want, I guess.

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