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    Default Glennallen Dip-netting

    So why shouldn't the average guy get the Glennallen permit for dipnetting so he could keep some kings? Besides the obvious : if the king run is weak we should ALL let some escape. Is there limited access, fish too spread out???

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    We tried this last year. Biggest obstacle was finding a place to do it. It's almost all too steep/rugged, or private property. There's a lot of fish wheel sites in that area, and they don't much like it if you dip on their site. We actually had permission to dip from a friend's wheel, but we timed it really bad. They weren't even catching anything.

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    I've tried this for a couple of years and concur with the above post. Difficult access and poor spots. The fish are all funneled closer together down in the canyon making your chances much better.

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