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Alaska Sockeye Salmon Fishing with Alaska's Fisherman's Choice Fishing Charters


The Sockeye Salmon (Red Salmon) arrive shortly after the Alaska King Salmon fishing begins on the Little Susitna River here in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley.Alaska Sockeye Salmon (Red Salmon) arrive shortly after the Alaska King Salmon fishing begins on the Little Susitna River here in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley. Though best for smoking, the Chum Salmon and Pink Salmon are both superior fighters and are great fun fishing, fighting and catching! The Chum Salmon and Pink Salmon fishing continues through the month of August as well.The Sockeye Salmon also appear in a second and more abundant run in mid-July.
 
These chrome bright acrobats range from 4 to 12 pounds, and pound for pound are one of the best fighters of the Alaska salmon species, and are our favorite on the grill. Alaska Sockeye Salmon fishing can go right through August.
 
The Chum Salmon (Dog Salmon) and Pink Salmon (Humpy Salmon) start filtering into the Matanuska-Susitna Valley rivers in mid July.
 
 
Though best for smoking, the Chum Salmon and Pink Salmon are both superior fighters and are great fun fishing, fighting and catching! 
 
Although the Alaska Talkeetna River and its tributaries do not have weir counts, the Sockeye Salmon fishing spoke for itself!
The Chum Salmon and Pink Salmon fishing continues through the month of August as well.
 
There were not as many Alaska Chum Salmon as usual that passed through the weir on the Little Susitna River during the 2013 salmon fishing season. Though the Alaska Sockeye Salmon run on the Little Susitna River doesn't migrate far enough north to reach the weir and be counted, it was a fair run on the Little Susitna River.
 
The first run of the Alaska Sockeye Salmon turns off into Papoose Creek. The second run of Sockeye Salmon migrates to Nancy Lake Creek. These two tributaries gave our Sockeye Salmon fishing clients a better than 90% success rate! 
 
 
Although the Alaska Talkeetna River and its tributaries do not have weir counts, the Sockeye Salmon fishing spoke for itself! In mid-July the Sockeye Salmon came pouring into Larson Creek, a tributary of the Talkeetna River.
 
With better than 25 years of experience, Fisherman's Choice Charters knew where the Sockeye Salmon would be holding and we were able to provide our fishing clients with the opportunity to harvest our daily bag limit every day!

 

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With better than 20 years of experience, Fisherman's Choice Charters knew where the Sockeye Salmon would be holding and we were able to provide our fishing clients with the opportunity to harvest our daily bag limit every day!

Don't wait -- our schedule is filling fast for the 2014 Alaska Salmon Fishing Season!

 
 
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