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Alaska Trip 2010 Details
Name:Alaska Trip 2010
Created By:overstdr
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Details:Fred, Nate, Ford, and myself took a trip out to Alaska to hike, backpack, and fish Wrangel St. Elias National Park and Denali National Park. The trip started with flying into Anchorage, AK. We then drove to McCarthy where we picked up a bush plane to drop us into Tebay Lakes in Wrangel St. Elias. Spent 5 days catching tons of Rainbows in and around the lakes. After Tebay Lakes, we took the Denali Highway up to Denali National Park. Fished the creeks and streams along Denali Hwy for Graylings and Rainbows. Then spent the last days in Denali National Park for wildlife viewing.
Location:McCarthy, AK
# of Hotspots:1
Hotspot Details: 1. Rainbow Hotspot Details: Hide
# of Fish Caught:50
Water Type:freshwater
Type of Fish:Rainbow Trout
Fish Length (Avg):15 inches
Fish Length (Max):19 inches
Fish Weight (Avg):1 lbs. 0 oz.
Fish Weight (Max):2 lbs. 5 oz.
Bait Type:Nymph
Bait Details:A variety of dry flies, nymphs, and streamers worked here. Used black gnatts, brown leech patterns, wholly buggers, and bead head prince nymphs.
Location Details:Anywhere around Tebay Lakes.
# of Photos:34
# of Fish Caught:50
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Last review was on 01/08/11 07:08 AM by hansel

Ranking Score: [?]4.5
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Trip Video: Landing at Tebay Lakes


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Date Updated:12/08/13 09:39 AM
Date Created:07/17/10 12:50 PM

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