Can you fish in Talkeetna?
Clear Creek, Cache Creek, Larson Creek, and Prairie Creek are three excellent places to fish. The peak time to fish in the Talkeetna area is in mid-July. The tributaries are full of Chum Salmon, and you can target Trophy Rainbow Trout too.
The Talkeetna and its tributaries annually host thousands of all five species of Pacific salmon. Chinook, silver, sockeye, chum, and pink salmon all spawn in the Talkeetna system. The Talkeetna also has some great Arctic grayling, Dolly Varden, and rainbow trout fishing.
The Kenai River sits in south central Alaska in the state's Kenai Peninsula. The river is quite arguably the state's most popular sport fishing destination for Chinook (also known as King) salmon. In fact, the world record king salmon, weighing in at 97 lbs, was caught in the Kenai in 1985.
The Kenai Peninsula is home to the best location for Halibut fishing Alaska. Locations such as Seward, Homer, and Ninilchik offer anglers opportunities for productive halibut fishing in world re-nowed waters.
Open to fishing year-round. Fishing opportunities include largemouth bass, black crappie, and cutthroat. Excellent wildlife viewing opportunities supplement the fishing.
The Kenai River is the most heavily-fished river in Alaska. In recent years, an average of 275,000 angler- days of participation have been recorded. An angler-day is one person fishing for any part of a day. The Kenai is a glacial stream draining the central Ke- nai Peninsula.
In these waters, you will find native cutthroat, brown, rainbow and lake trout. Here are some ideas of where to go. Meandering about 27 miles through the Jackson Hole Valley and Grand Teton National Park, the Snake River not only offers stunning panoramic views of the Tetons, but world class fishing.
Wasilla Creek (Rabbit Slough) is a weekend only fishery, from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., where some late season coho may be found.
Fishing is only allowed in Upper Park.
The most easily-accessed parts of Denali National Park are not noted for fishing. Most streams and lakes have a lot of glacial silt, resulting in poor fish habitat. However, for those willing to scout for clear creeks and ponds deep enough not to freeze solid during the winter, a few fish may be caught.
Can you fish in Chico creek?
Fishing. Big Chico Creek in the reserve (and most of Upper Bidwell Park) is open to fishing with single-hook artificial lures and zero limit from Nov. 1 through April 30. Only artificial lures with barbless hooks may be used.
Fishing Glacier National Parks Rivers and Lakes
No license is necessary to fish in any of Glacier National Park's 1,606 miles of streams and 253 snow-fed lakes. This is the only place in the nation where fishermen can find as many as 22 kinds of fish, including 6 species of trout.