Chum salmon (also called "dog salmon") have the largest natural range of any Pacific salmon, and undergo the longest migrations within the genus Oncorhynchus. Adult chum usually weigh from 4.4 to 10.0 kg (9.7 to 22.0 lb) with an average length of 60 cm (24 in).
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They are hugely prolific in Alaska and caught from many lodges in the Pacific Northwest.
We suggest 7 to 9-weight fly rods with floating lines or a sink tip.
A variety of Pacific salmon streamers work well. Pink is a popular color.
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Fly-out fishing in Wood-Tikchik State Park, Bristol Bay and Southwest Alaska
They don’t call it the “Goodnews” River for nothing! Front-page worthy locale
Located on the extreme northwest tip of the Alaska Peninsula near Nelson Lagoon
Perched on the Kvichak River with access to Bristol Bays finest fly out fishing
Lies within the Togiak Wildlife Refuge, famous for mousing for huge rainbows
Located on Norton Sound of the Bering Sea, 395 miles Northwest of Anchorage
Fly out to the best rivers of the Katmai from this newly built luxury lodge
Extraordinary diversity - all five salmon types, trout and everything in between
Drift boat fly fishing the Kenai River. No experience needed to catch fish!
Catch mint bright huge Kings and steelhead with top guides from a superb lodge
Remote 160 private acres within Katmai Natl Park on the fish rich Alagnak River