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Celebrate your Independence Day with an independent fishing adventure! The Dolly Varden are still on the move from saltwater to freshwater, and are a bit difficult to hunt down at the moment. Try fishing Salmon Creek with the Humpy Hooker, Cowee Creek with the Humpy Hooker, Peachy King Glo Bugs or B.H. Buggers in Thin Mint, or...

The fishing is heating up all over Juneau. It is hard to choose what to chase right now since so much is going on all at once! The king fishing in salt water is beginning to slow down, but has been a productive fishery this year. If you have yet to rope a king and you want to, try fishing in the freshwater at Fish Creek, or Auk...

If you haven't already, it's time for you to get out fishing. The King fishing is officially under-way. The Kings are returning to their final destination fisheries such as Fish Creek, Salmon Creek, and Auke Creek. They have been milling around in the salt off the beaches around these areas regularly for the last week. If you f...


The seasons are changing around Juneau when it comes to fly fishing, and here is what you need to know: The Dolly Varden fishing continues to be a constant fishery, but we need to remember that with the anticipation of the salmon spawn, the dollies begin to return to the fresh water creeks, thus become harder to find. For now, ...

The Dolly Varden are in full swing all along the road system. They are gorging themselves on fry in estuaries and salt around the Gastineau Channel. Bracketing the low tide in all areas of the channel from Sheep Creek, to the Juneau-Douglas bridge all the way out to the Fish Creek flats is a good bet. Try Clouser Minnows in oliv...

Well, it's looking like a good year of fishing for us here in Juneau! The dolly fishing continues to get better everyday. Places to check for Dollies: Everywhere. Remember that Auke Creek opens to fishing on June 1st, as does Eagle Beach/Boyscout Camp. Both spots can be great places to fish at an outgoing tide, or an incoming t...


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