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Grayling Fishing - Cantwell/Old Denali Hwy
Posted by AK-TEX-OR on May 10 2005
Question for those of you in the know:

My father is meeting me in early august in AK and wants to do some dry-fly fishing for grayling. Many years ago we did the 4-wheel drive into the mid-fork of the Gulkana and he had a blast. However, this year, neither of us is up for the long trek over the Glenn to Paxson. However, in August he's headed up to Denali Park for a couple of days and I thought he could find some decent grayling fishing off of the Old Denali Hwy. I've fished a few roadside ponds there, but don't really have the knowledge of that area to guide him to a good grayling fishing spot. Do any of you guys have a "sure-hit" grayling spot that you'd share with me? Something that's not too far in on the gravel monster called the Denali Hwy? Thanks in advance.

You can email me at  sockeyer@kenaidreams.com

I'd appreciate any help you can send me on this.

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