Arctic Char | Alaska Fishing

Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinas) are the stuff dreams are made of. Large, aggressive, and beautiful in their spawning colors, Arctic char are the kings of their domain. It's possible some years to fly over portions of the Arctic and observe entire portions of the river that are black with char. 

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King Salmon | Alaska Fishing

King salmon (onchorhynchus tshawytscha), known also as Chinook salmon, truly are the king of all salmon species in Alaska. Though distributed nearly state-wide, they particularly dominate the saltwater sport fishing roster as the most sought-after species available from Southeast Alaska into Prince William Sound, out to the Kodiak-Afognak island group and into the Bristol Bay area.

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Sockeye Salmon | Alaska Fishing

Sockeye salmon, otherwise known as "red salmon" or more commonly, "reds" are, by far, Alaska's most popular salmon for freshwater anglers. Found in abundance from Southeast Alaska to Bristol Bay, reds are hard-fighting and they make wonderful table fare.

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Silver Salmon | Alaska Fishing

Silver salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch), also known as "coho" salmon are the mainstay of Alaska's sport salmon fishery in many areas of the state. They're aggressive feeders in saltwater, and they readily strike lures and flies in freshwater.

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Chum Salmon | Alaska Fishing

Chum salmon (onchorhynchus keta), known also as dog salmon, are hard fighters, and offer sport anglers an excellent fishing experience in both freshwater and saltwater. The best table fare comes from saltwater fishing, but regardless of where you catch them, chums are hard fighters and will test any angler's mettle.

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