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Doesn't Matter Where you Camp
Posted by Doug from Anchorage on Apr 24 2006
When the reds are in the Russian, it doesn't matter where you fish. It's going to be crowded. If you haven't reserved your sites yet, you probably won't get one. You can wait in the overflow and hope there are some no-shows, but don't get your hopes up to high for the campground. As far as where to fish, from a point 600' from the falls (farthest upstream you can fish) to the Kenai confluence (about 3 miles) doesn't give any solitude. That said, most people fish at the confluence (real combat)and if you walk upstream between the campgrounds and the falls, you might find a hole or 2 with fewer people. Good luck, and have patience.

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