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We are coming in Sept 3 to Anchorage, we will be going north late on the 5th. We want to fly fish . Can you suggest an itinerary. We are interested in even flying out to remote spots if it works. Camping is an option but we dont' have bags and equipment.
You have 5 good streams to fish along the Alaska Parks Highway., Willow, Little Willow, Sheep, Goose and Montana Creek. These streams are with in a 2 hour drive North of Anchorage on the way to Denali National Park & Fairbanks. There is not a lot of lodging that way, but Willow Creek and Sheep both have some cabin rentals I believe, other than that it would require tent camping.
Another option for day fly out or overnight lodging fly out is River Song Lodge. Walter runs a great program and is very reasonable.
Anything we can do to help, please let us know.
Thanks - MikeMike Brown - Owner of Mossy's Fly Shop in Anchorage, Alaska
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