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    Default West Fork of the Gulkana

    Thinking of fishing this river next summer. Wondering what species of salmon run up there and when. I saw a few lakes feed it, so I assume there is a red run and I was told maybe Kings. How far can a jet make it up there?

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    Yes reds make it as well as boats enjoy

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    It has reds, kings, grayling, and rainbows.

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    The king are pretty much in their spawning beds by the time they get to the w fork. I'm not sre but isn't that a wild and scenic river? (no motors)

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    http://www.rivers.gov/wsr-gulkana.html here is the data from the WSR designation and the Gulkana.

    To be honest it is all about the water flow concerning your access into the system concerning the West Fork

    Thight Lines and Best Wishes

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