I am sure you are looking for something other than the Chena, but the Chena is slammed full of Grayling and road accessible at many points.
One option is pile driver slough from Salcha to Eielson--a nice 8 hour float or 12 if you take it to the confluence with the Tannnana. Lot's of grayling and some pike. Water levels are usually low by now though. This stream is slammed full of beaver dams also. I usually complete this float with my boy every year as soon as the ice is barely free.
Another Option is run moose creek from Wainwright to the confluence with the Tannana.
Last edited by AFHunter; 06-24-2010 at 17:07.
If you have
Access to FWW / Eielson you might consider the South Fork of the Chena down to Rose Hip Campground nice little float.
Also look to part of the lower Nenena from just below Clear to Anderson off of 17 mile slough.
There is lots of good info on trips on the Alpaca website.
Have fun with the boat, they certainly open up a lot of country for a person.
the southfork also has awsome grayling fishn!!!