While we haven’t made this trip yet, it certainly caught our eye. It looks so intriguing that we thought we would tempt you as we have been tempted. The Tongass steelhead look fresh and big…
We have ventured into the Tongass on several occasions and found it to be as pristine a fresh water fishery as any left in this highly overdeveloped world we all live in
NOTE: The Tongass National Forest is in southeastern Alaska and is the largest national forest in the United States at 17 million acres. The Tongass is managed by the United States Forest Service, encompasses islands of the Alexander Archipelago, fjords and glaciers, and peaks of the Coast Mountains. It has an international border with Canada (British Columbia) runs along the crest of the Boundary Ranges of the Coast Mountains.
Fly Fish the Tongass National Forest in Alaska for Steelhead
Chrome Chasers is offering an incredible rate during the weeks of April 17-23 and May 1-7. For $3,500 (rather than the normal $4,495 rate), anglers can take on the truly special steelheading experience that this region offers.
The Tongass National Forest is a lush rainforest with extraordinary opportunities to sight-fish for steelhead as they access the first couple miles of river from the salt. The steelhead can get heavy in this area, and anglers get a unique remote experience
NOTE: Featured Image believed credited to flyfishingtravel
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