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    driving the family from Anchorage to Valdez on Saturday. Was hoping to find a sport or two for the 5 and 7 year kids to catch a few dollies or greyling. We have all day Saturday to mess around with fish. Thanks.
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    For grayling and bow go to tolsona creek in glennallen.! Fish just upstream of the bridge and use some dry flies! Have fun
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    Bonnie Lakes.

    Between Sutton and Eureka, there's a sign that's pretty obvious. It is easier to fish if you have a canoe or something, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lake creek fishermen View Post
    For grayling and bow go to tolsona creek in glennallen.! Fish just upstream of the bridge and use some dry flies! Have fun

    Or you could go to the lodge and fish right off the boat launch and catch grayling, bows are acrosss the lake though... ;

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    Caught 8 bows at the road cross
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    Thanks for the input guys. I grew up saltwater fishing so this creek stuff is foreign languague. I have a few of those spinning bait caster rods. Pixies or the sort for these type of fish. Man I'm ignorant when it comes to fresh water
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    I personally don't like pixies. When i spin fish (rarely) for them I would use the smallest dare devil you could find. Very small mepps spinners also work well.
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    FYI , the two lakes at Thompson pass are stocked with fish, the first ( I forgot the name ) directly across the road from the state maintenance station is stocked with rainbows, the second lake, as you descend the pass to Valdez, Blueberry lake is stocked with grayling. You may want to give those a go along the way.

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    Squirrel creek pond,80 miles from valdez,campground great trout,up to 17",had it to myself 2 nites in a row!

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