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The Alagnak Wild River's abundant wildlife and Class I-III rapids offer exciting opportunities for sightseers and adventure-seekers alike. Whether cruising, paddling, or floating, however, anglers will enjoy some of the most attractive sportfishing in the world. With significant populations of rainbow trout, arctic char, grayling, and sockeye and king salmon, the Alagnak has become the most popular destination for sportfishing in Southwest Alaska.
Did You Know?
The Alagnak Wild River is 79 miles (127 kilometers) long, but drains a 2,237 square mile (3,600 square kilometer) area of southwest Alaska!