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    Too much rainbow fishing and i want to try something new...

    Anyone know any good lakes and creeks in the valley for Grayling???



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    montana and sheep i have caught multiples

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    My coworker caught quite a few Grayling at Canoe lake last weeked.

    Fish On!
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    Thanks guys. I have still been trying to catch them today.
    Today i went out to kepler/bradley just catching more rainbows. Still trying to find those grayling.
    That's the one species of fish i have yet caught in my lifetime in living in Alaska.... Besides that huge "Lake Monster" on River Monsters lol

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    there is a chart in the adf&g regs that shows all stocked mat-su and anchorage lakes and what species are stocked there.

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    theone, make a trip up here, we can fix that 'problem in a hurry!!!

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    Mouth of the Willow is a close spot.
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    I reckon that there are some grayling in Knik Lake but i have a hell of a time catching them too.
    Maybe i am not fishing that lake right

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    Head up to the Denali highway..if you cant catch one there then hang up your fishing poles.

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    Might wanna wait for a week or two...

    The creeks and rivers are starting to break up.

    Me and a few others are going up for a suicide mission just to fish
    The lakes are still frozen but hey theres lots of pharmi's and rabbits

    Saw lots of caribous and we were hot on some wolf tracks out at rock creek up there last week.

    Some wildlife that you will run into; phtarmis, rabbits,bou', moose and maybe some wolves. If you like the whole scenic type thing when your not catching juss sayin

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    geez,, I been catching em tons... but I catch and release so I could have caught the same one 5 times...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ret25yo View Post
    geez,, I been catching em tons... but I catch and release so I could have caught the same one 5 times...
    My wife tells me that all the time. Its the same fish over and over. Then I ask her, what about the fish your catching. Oh thats different she say.
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    I have found that Early Spring is the best time to catch Grayling and Rainbows. If the lake has a creek or ditch of anykind dumping into it, that is where you will find the majority of the fish. They go to the flowing water to spawn. Concentrate your efforts in the creeks or ditches, no matter how small they might be.
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    Went to Canoe Lake last night and hooked into quite a few Grayling. They were hitting dry flies and Salcha Pinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcox View Post
    Went to Canoe Lake last night and hooked into quite a few Grayling. They were hitting dry flies and Salcha Pinks.

    Fish On!
    At least that produced for ya!!
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    you didnt break a rod did you LOL

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