Beginner Fishing Trip

The south side of the Alaska Range, the Talkeetnas, the Chugach mountains, the Kenai Peninsula and the Wrangells
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Pacast
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Beginner Fishing Trip

Post by Pacast » Mon May 14, 2018 8:03 am

Hey all! I just received my Alpacka explorer that I plan to use mostly for fishing trips. I am a beginner rafter and was wondering what a good, easy trip would be for this summer as I get more comfortable in the water. If it’s a common fishing stream that’s a bonus. I’m from Big Lake but willing to go all over, also willing to hike in or leave a car at one end. Thanks in advance!

tn ridge rover
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Re: Beginner Fishing Trip

Post by tn ridge rover » Mon Jun 11, 2018 12:18 am

Big South Fork in Tn. I plan a fishing trip that way in October. Ya gotta watch the water conditions, dry one year and flooding the next. a local Kantuck rental place provides shuttle for different multiday trips.

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