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Fly Fishing for Rainbow Trout in Alaska



Rainbow Trout Fishing in Alaska

Alaska Rainbow Trout fishing on the Alagnak River is nothing short of fantastic after our spring run off subsided the trout fishing went crazy. We have a very strong resident population of Wild Alaska Trout mainly due to the continued strong salmon runs over the past 10 years. Over 4 million total Salmon entered the Alagnak River in 06. Alaska Trophy Adventures lodge offers Alaska Fishing for trout the way it should be. During our prime Trout fishing season in June, July, August and early Sept Anglers averaged 15-20 fish landed daily with our top anglers landing 35-40 fish per day. King Salmon - Sockeye Salmon - Chum Salmon - Pink Salmon and Silver Salmon. If your looking for one of Alaska's best Trout fishing rivers than the Alagnak River is a serious contender as one of the all time top Trout and Salmon rivers in the world.
Guide: Alaska Rainbow Trout Fishing
  

Rainbow Trout AlaskaFly Fishing for Rainbow Trout in Alaska

   


Rainbow Trout
The rainbow trout is a species of salmonid native to tributaries of the Pacific Ocean in Asia and North America. The steelhead is a sea run rainbow trout usually returning to freshwater to spawn after 2 to 3 years at sea. The fish is sometimes called a salmon trout. Several other fish in the salmonid family are called trout, some are anadromous like salmon, whereas others are resident in freshwater only.
  
Rainbow Trout Feeding
FeedingRainbow trout are predators with a varied diet, and will eat nearly anything they can grab. Their image as a selective eater is only a legend. Rainbows are not quite as piscivorous or aggressive as brown trout or lake trout. Young rainbows survive on insects, fish eggs, smaller fish, along with crayfish and other crustaceans. As they grow, though, the proportion of fish increases in most all populations. Some lake dwelling lines may become planktonic feeders. While in flowing waters populated with salmon, trout eat varied fish eggs, including salmon, cutthroat trout, as well as the eggs of other rainbow trout, alevin, fry, smolt and even salmon carcasses.






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