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Salmon Fishing River Tips on the Most Favorite Fishing Destinations
by: Jack Bendega

In fact that Alaska boasts the best salmon fishing in the world and Alaska at Kenai River caught world record salmon fishing at 97.4 pounds under Mr. Les Anderson named at 1985, while the only rival was record on 1949 at 126 pounds at Petersburg by far was the heaviest thought many were skeptical judging due to absence of visual proofs.

With 3000 rivers at Alaska, you can easily choose place to fish for salmon which offer the opportunities beyond your dream. The Alaskan river is practically full of salmon and also home to five species of pacific salmons.

For those salmon fishing enthusiasts, who always have time to pleasure in one of many fishing destination and want to experience an extreme of salmon fishing than choosing the right place to fish is the key for your success.

And for those who has no experience but curious to know fishing, there are so many guides around, and Alaska charter fishing will help you. The Alaska sport fishing lodge will provide you with fishing guide, gears, bait, lures, license, souvenirs and lot more. You’ll learn more than fishing itself from the techniques of catching fish, where to fund fish, tips and more from experienced Alaska guided fishing.

Here are some lists of Salmon River Fishing in Alaska:

1.) Talkeetna River – Talkeetna River has one of the strongest runs of all five species of salmon and also famous for trophy rainbows, dollies and arctic grayling.

2.) Togiak River flows 60 miles from Togiak Lake to Togiak Bay and along its entire length were filled with exceptional fishing, for pacific salmon, resident rainbow trout, arctic char and grayling all while you are surrounded by breathtaking scenery.

3.) The mighty Nushagak River which is draining into Bristol Bay remains Alaska's crown jewel King Salmon fishing destination. 20 to 50 Nushagak River King Salmon hook-ups a day, during the peak season at deep in the lush Togiak National Forest.

4.) The Kuskokwim which has the largest return of King Salmon in Alaska and Aniak rivers are truly unique, with the widest variety of game fish Alaska offers.

5.) Kenai River – Upper Kenai River, middle Kenai River, and lower Kenai River is no doubt for salmon records.

6.) Kanektok River- Both the Deshka River and Talkeetna River are tributaries of the Big Susitna River which hosts the second largest run of migrating fish in the world!

7.) Little Susitna River, Deshka River, Rivers in the Matanuska-Susitna (Mat-Su) Valley and more.

Wherever you are going to fish in Alaska River, there are some fishing trips Alaska for salmon you may consider and you should learn about the dislikes as well as likes of the salmons and here’s some:

* Make your bait or lure appear attractive by varying the movement which can draw the awareness of salmon. At once they seem to love herring, anchovies, or squid and when you are presenting you bait make sure if they will look injured to get the salmon’s attention.

* Chinook are not worries with boats, even sometime the have and if this happen and hard to catch one, simply adjust your bait between 50 to 60 feet away from the boat and 20 to 25 feet downward and choppy water is their favorite place.

* Salmon don’t like warm water; generally they come to warm water for feed. Cloudy water with many plankton or the things that may conceal them from predator is the salmon most like. They also want bulky baits with right size around 5-7 inches. By maintain your hook sharpness will determine the success of your fishing trip.

At the end of advice is don’t forget to visit to one of the most favorite fishing destinations in Alaska.

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