My dad will be coming up to Alaska this weekend for his first visit since I moved to Fairbanks a few years ago. We will be heading to Seward to try for some halibut, but on the way down I thought it would be fun to try and get him hooked into a salmon with his fly rod. Neither of us have experience fly fishing for salmon (grew up fishing in small creeks where a 12" bow was a lunker). Sounds like we will be a little early for a good chance at silvers, but maybe right in time for pinks? We were down in SE a few summers ago and had a blast catching 3-5lb pinks on spinning gear, so getting into some with fly rods would be a real kick. I was thinking we could try some of the easy access creeks in the Su drainage (Sheep, Montana, Willow, etc). Will these places be worth stopping at on our way down south? Any advice on what to expect, current river conditions, flies to use, or good places to stop and throw a fly for a couple hours would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance, and happy fishing!