I am a watershed educator in Ohio and am planning another visit to Alaska to visit my mother in Wasilla. My last couple of visits over the past years I have been unsuccessful in finding a place to fish for Arctic Grayling that is within a days drive from Wasilla. I must just be looking in the wrong place for information. I have perused the Alaska Fish and Game site but have not been able to find what I am looking for. Fly fishing for Arctic Grayling has a sentimental value to me because I learned to fish for the species as a young boy with my father many years ago. I haven’t had the opportunity to do so since that time and it is my hope that someone might be able to hook me up with a place close when visiting Wasilla, even if only for a few hours of fishing due to a lengthy drive. Could you possibly point me in the direction of some information that might help me in my quest for some reminiscing of my youthful days with my father?
Thanks for your consideration on this matter.