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Alagnak Overview 2017-08-16T18:40:54+00:00

Alagnak River Overview

This is from the National Park Service: ”Unbounded by dams or artificial channels, the Alagnak River meanders its way from headwaters in the Aleutian Range across the Alaska Peninsula to Bristol Bay and the Bering Sea.  The upper 69 miles of river are designated a national wild river, meaning free flow, no dams, and little human impact. From the time of the earliest Alaskans, the river has given much to those willing to learn its ways.  In summer, the river teems with salmon.  Fall brings migrating caribou and berries.  It traverses the beautiful Alaska Peninsula, providing opportunities to experience the unique wilderness, wildlife and cultural heritage of the area. This river is one of the most popular sport fishing destinations in all of Alaska.  Alagnak’s extraordinary rainbow trout, char, grayling, and abundant salmon are some of the most attractive sport fish in the world, and the river has become the most popular fly-in fishing destinations in all Southwest Alaska.”