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Alaska Fishing 2011

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BC: Photos by Brad Beeman, Kerry Holley, Mike Metcalf, Tim Simpson, Rocky Suess and Skip Suess.

FC: Alaska Fishing August 20-28 2011

1: Fishing Russian River Mile Marker 55 Quartz Creek Mile Marker 41.5 Ptarmigan Creek Mile Marker 105 Kenai River Tonsina Beach Big River Lakes

2: Tonsina Beach

3: Tonsina Beach is a favorite place for fisherman to catch pink and chum salmon. The beach can be reached by water taxi or hiking from Millers Landing.

6: Quartz Creek contains rainbow and Dolly Varden. | Quartz Creek

7: Flyout to Big River Lakes from Soldotna

9: Russian River The Russian River has two sockeye runs, one in mid-June and the other in mid-July. Trout follow the sockeye known as reds into the river to eat the salmon eggs. The Russian River Campground provides access and foot trails along the river.

14: Ptarmigan Creek Access is available from Ptarmigan Creek Campground.

15: Our cabin at Cooper Landing

16: Big River Lakes

17: Big River Lakes is on the west side of Cook Inlet, and is accessible by float plane only. There are a number of shallow bays and flats that attract large schools of aggressive silvers in late July and August.

18: Glacier and Big River Lakes area as seen from the air.

19: Kenai River We launched the rafts at Cooper Landing and exited the river at Jim's Landing 11 miles downstream, the last exit before Skilak Lake.

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