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    Since there was quite a bit written on kings in the Honolulu, I was wondering how the fishing up that way is for other salmon species. Would imagine there be some silvers that way? I know about Byers and Troublesome but thinking farther north, into the east and middle Chulitna.

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    Yeah, that's a looong drive for me just to find some spawned-out kings. PM if you want. Thanks anyway!

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    Worth the drive just for the views
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    Good views are always good but getting harder to justify at $3.36/gallon
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    I too was curious about this in the past. Have spent some time in that area and never really found much in the way of other salmon. Honolulu gets a few silvers but by the time they get that far up in the drainage they are in rough shape. Much better salmon fishing the creeks lower in the drainages. I agree with powder monkey the scenery is awesome.

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