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Mat-Su Valley Kings

The Alaskan Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus Tshawytscha), the MIGHTY King! If you have ever wondered what it's like to fight King Salmon, until your arms literally lock up from lactic-acid buildup, fishing north in the Mat-Su Valley is your answer. These Mat-Su Valley streams offer anglers a chance of multiple hook-ups of (25 - 60lb) King Salmon. This fishery is a fly fisherman’s dream, with numerous gravel bars to hook,fight, and land these giant salmon on.

While most people concentrate on fishing these creeks at their confluences with the Big Susitna River, D Ray Personal Guide Service provides an NRS-cataraft in which to float these Mat-Su Valley streams, starting at the Parks Highway. The cataraft provides access to the better gravel bars, where it's not uncommon to see and hook kings in the double-digits. Since this Mat-Su Valley fishery is weekends only (Saturday, Sunday, and Monday). Space and availability is limited.

                            

 

2014 MAT-SU VALLEY KING SALMON FISHING DATES:
2014 Regs: King fishing regulations have not been set yet.

 

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