Karluk River Fly Fishing
The 17th most popular fly fishing river in Alaska.
Monday 18 July 2016 06:40 GMT
On Kodiak Island, the fly fishing on the Karluk River is popular for its five species of Pacific salmon. The Karluk River runs 25 miles from Karluk Lake down to the Pacific.
To reach the fly fishing on the Karluk River, you'll want to start by heading over to the town of Kodiak. Then, make your way to the town of Larsen Bay. Next, you'll need to use a floatplane to access the Karluk River.
Overall, Karluk River is the 17th most popular fly fishing river of all 18 fly fishing spots in Alaska.