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ZorJuly 12th, 2012, 6:54 pm
Phoenix

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I'm headed that way next week. I'm brand new to fly fishing and that's a new area for me as well. I've done some poking around on alaska's game and fish site and have there Nome Roadside Fishing Guide. I need to know what the minimum gear to bring along. I'll be kayaking from the Pilgrim to the Kuzatrin through the Imuruk Basin through the Tusuk channel and into Grantley Harbor. Is there even decent trout fishing up there?

Zor
GldstrmSamMarch 31st, 2013, 8:04 pm
Fairbanks, Alaska

Posts: 212
I know this post is outdated and the trip will already be over, but I will just post this as a reference for other people.

Even though I have never been out there, I am pretty sure that there are no trout out that direction(unless MAYBE they stock some). The fish that I would gear up for would be grayling. I have heard that there are some large ones out west. Also if you have some larger gear you could check out some sheefish(inconnu) fishing.

Samuel
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