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    Default Silvers out of Fairbanks

    Where is the nearest plpace out of Fairbanks to catch edible silvers in the next two weeks?

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    The parks highway streams should be good
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    Definitely...should be very good in two weeks...
    You know your not catching any fish when you start talking about the weather...


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    I would have to say Valdez

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    Quote Originally Posted by TobinZeke View Post
    I would have to say Valdez
    hey there snaplink, I believe the question was nearest place!

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    The parks i right down the road. Not much of a long drive if any to the parks. They should be on fire. Just my 0.02 on the parks fishin
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    From Fairbanks to Montana Creek is 274 miles or so, Valdez is 364 or so. The only Silver fishing that I'm aware of that is much closer would be Delta Clear Water and that run is much later and they have swam a long way.

    Then again 300 miles is just down the trail from basecamp by Alaskan standards...

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