Located Near Valdez, AK
Klutina River Fishing:
The Klutina river is part of the Copper river system and originates in the Klutina Glacier of the Chugach Mountain region of Alaska. Draining Lake Klutina and dumping out into the Copper River the Klutina is Approximately 63 Miles in length and home of several Salmonoid Species. Angler from all around hit the Klutina due to the decent Chinook run but is most widely known by locals for the phenominal Sockeye run that spawn the Klutina every year. For more information oabout Klutina river fishing access see our Klutina river fishing access map below.
When to Fish
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King season is generally starts Mid June till the end of July and Sockeye from the end of June to August.
**See Alaska Department of Fish and Game REGS for exact times.
This fishery generally allows 1 adult King Salmon per day and 5 jacks or 3 Sockeye Salmon per day.
**See Alaska Department of Fish and Game REGS for exact limits.
One single point barbless hooks required. Spinners, Corky and or Hook and Yarn, Jigs under a bobber or Spoons.
Salmon Eggs, Sand shrimp
Combat Fishing Rating:
Hand to Hand. Eye protection recommended! down by the bridges the further up the river you go the less competition.
Klutina River Fishing Access:
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