Guys and gals, I'm new to AK and have some questions about the state's still waters. I've noticed a lot of lakes are stocked with arctic char and "landlocked" salmon in addition to rainbow trout. Most of my "day trips" will be in the Fairbanks and Delta areas. I've caught thousands of rainbows and I know how they operate and what they prefer. Can I expect char and salmon to readily take the same streamers, nymphs and chironomid patterns that bows do? Or maybe they prefer something bigger and more flashy? I've read several articles now that suggest flashy hardware for char, but I gotta believe they'll go with the same natural food source the rainbows do. Do they work the entire water column or do they have a tendency to hug the bottom? Any suggestions or observations you guys could pass on to a newbie? Thanks.