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Matanuska Susitna Valley Fishing

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For the now classic Alaskan salmon or trout fishing experience the Deshka and Little Susitna Rivers in this spectacular countryside are good choices. The season begins at the end of April with the rainbow trout and the salmon fishing begins in May with the King salmon. Then the Alaska Silver salmon, Pink and Chum salmon fishing starts and keeps going until September then it's back to trout in October 'till everything begins to freeze over.

Written by  mrsfish.

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