Fishing Report Roundup! (May 27, 2017)

By Chad Gage
A healthy leopard rainbow trout. Photo by Chad Gage

The Fishing Report Roundup gathers reports from around the web for your easy reference. Reports from multiple sources provide you with an idea of what is happening in an area and where to focus your efforts in the upcoming days. Remember that fishing reports state how conditions are on a specific day or week. Conditions can quickly change since first reported.

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Fishing Report Roundup! (May 20, 2017)

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Resident fish have been keyed in on smolt. Photo: Ben Rowell

The Fishing Report Roundup gathers reports from around the web for your easy reference. Reports from multiple sources provide you with an idea of what is happening in an area and where to focus your efforts in the upcoming days. Remember that fishing reports state how conditions are on a specific day or week. Conditions can quickly change since first reported.  Continue reading “Fishing Report Roundup! (May 20, 2017)”

Fishing Report Roundup! (May 6, 2017)

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Grayling can save the day when trout fishing is slow. Photo: Ben Rowell

The Fishing Report Roundup gathers reports from around the web for your easy reference. Reports from multiple sources provide you with an idea of what is happening in an area and where to focus your efforts in the upcoming days. Remember that fishing reports state how conditions are on a sipecific day or week. Conditions can quickly change since first reported.

April 30 – 2guysflyfishing.com posted an exciting trip report with pictures from the Talkeetna River that includes the following advice, “… act soon; given the weather there may only be a couple weeks left before the river gets colored up to the point of not being fishable.”  Continue reading “Fishing Report Roundup! (May 6, 2017)”

Angler Profile: Kory Murdoch

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How long have you been fishing in the Valley?
I’ve been fishing the Valley since I was 8 years old, so 36 years.

What do you consider you home waters?
I’d say Montana Creek, but any of the Parks Hwy. streams north of Willow would be in the running.

Favorite season of the year?
Most fly fisherman in Alaska would say Fall, September, October, but mine is Spring. I’ve been exploring the Big Su and Talkeetna rivers right after ice out and have had great success. But what really gets me going are Kings on the swing. Late May through June can be unbelievable.  Continue reading “Angler Profile: Kory Murdoch”