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CAMPGROUND NAME: Auke Village

VISIT DATE: 05/31/2008

UPDATE DATE: 10/31/2016

STATE: Alaska

REGION: Alaska

RANGER DISTRICT: Juneau

NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Juneau

RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation

(NOTE: A reservation MUST be made to stay at this campground.) DIRECTIONS: NOTE: Access to most campgrounds in the Tongass National Forest is initially by plane or boat. These directions assume access is by ferry, specifically via either the Alaska Marine Highway System or Inter-Island Ferry Authority. For a price, any size RV can be transported by the ferry systems. From the Alaska Marine Hwy. ferry terminal in Juneau, AK, turn left onto Glacier Hwy. and go 0.8 miles to campground sign. Turn left after sign and go 0.9 miles to another campground sign. Bear left at sign into campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 45 ft. The campground has two overlapping loops on Auke Bay in a stand of hemlock and Sitka spruce. The small parking aprons discourage large motorhomes and travel trailers and give the campground a pleasant tent campground feel. Located on Auke Bay, which flows into Lynne Channel, which flows eventually to the Gulf of Alaska, the campground can serve as a resting point for sea kayakers. The dense vegetation provides only limited views of Auke Bay. This is bear country; practise safe food storage techniques. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open May 1 through September 30 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 NOTE: Cash and checks are no longer accepted. Payment is made through recreation.gov with a credit or debit card. Payment/reservations can be made upon arrival at campground or in advance at recreation.gov. CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 3 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 8 Total Sites: 11 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: No Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 11 No. Grilles on Sites: 11 Equestrian camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 27' Comments: The parking aprons are gravel. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: Yes Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 6 No. Threaded: 6 WATER SPORTS Auke Bay offers a wide variety of water sports but there is no direct boating access at the campground. HIKING Pt. Louisa Trail (foot only) - 0.75 mile FISHING Pink, Coho, and Chum salmon

CAMPGROUND NAME: Eagles Nest VISIT DATE: 05/19/2008 UPDATE DATE: 3/3/2012 STATE: Alaska REGION: Alaska RANGER DISTRICT: Craig NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Thorne Bay RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: NOTE: Access to most campgrounds in the Tongass National Forest is initially by plane or boat. These directions assume access is by ferry, specifically via either the Alaska Marine Highway System or Inter-Island Ferry Authority. For a price, any size RV can be transported by the ferry systems. From the Inter-Island Ferry Association terminal in Clark Bay, near Hollis, AK (no gas), take paved road 23.3 miles to Thorn Bay sign at intersection in Klawock, AK. Turn right at sign, onto Boundary Rd and go 16 miles to "T" intersection. Turn right at intersection and go 1.7 mile to campground on left. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 400 ft. Although this spacious and tranquil campground stretches out along Balls Lake, thick vegetation limits views of this attractive lake. The campsites are organized in three small clusters. The first cluster is for walk-in tent campers while the other clusters accommodate tent, car, and RV campers. Hemlock and Sitka spruce provide ample shade. Canoe enthusiasts will enjoy many hours paddling around Balls Lake while hikers can explore the lakeshore from a boardwalk trail. Thorne Bay, with gas and groceries, is 14.9 miles east of campground. Possible day trips are Kasaan Totem Park, Beaver Falls, El Capiton Cave, Cavern Lake, Dog Salmon Fish Pass and Sarka Canoe Route just to mention a few. Contact the Craig Ranger District Office for details and more information. This is bear country; practise safe food storage techniques. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: Yes Seasonal Comment: Services provided mid-May through mid-September RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $8 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 2 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 9 Total Sites: 11 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 11 No. Grilles on Sites: 11 Equestrian camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: See RV comments Comments: The parking aprons are gravel and will accommodate any size RV. A locked RV waste station, with no potable water, is available for a fee in Thorne Bay on Shoreline Dr, across from the Community Boat Ramp. The key is available at City Hall. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 1 No. Threaded: 0 Comments: The water spigot is a handpump. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Balls Lake is approximately 250 acres and popular for canoeing. Power boats are limited to electric motors. HIKING Interpretive trail (foot) - 0.5 miles Balls Lake trail (foot) - 2.2 miles FISHING Coho, Sockeye and Pink salmon, Dolly Varden, Rainbow and Steelhead trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Harris River VISIT DATE: 05/20/2008 UPDATE DATE: 3/3/2012 STATE: Alaska REGION: Alaska RANGER DISTRICT: Craig NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Hollis RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: NOTE: Access to most campgrounds in the Tongass National Forest is initially by plane or boat. These directions assume access is by ferry, specifically via either the Alaska Marine Highway System or Inter-Island Ferry Authority. For a price, any size RV can be transported by the ferry systems. From the Inter-Island Ferry Association terminal in Clark Bay near Hollis, AK (no gas), take paved road (Hollis/Klawock Hwy. a.k.a. Hollis Rd.) west 11.1 miles to campground on left. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 290 ft. This delightful campground is a single loop between Harris River and Hollis/Klawock Hwy. around a muskeg bog. Especially pretty when spring flowers are in bloom, the open space provided by the bog permits viewing of Harris Peak and other surrounding mountains. Privacy between campsites is fair to good. Expect bear and eagle sightings along access roads. A shed is stocked with wood near entrance to campground. The walk to picnic area across wooden bridge, provides visitors with a good view of roaring "shute" of Harris River. The nearest gas station and groceries are in Klawock, 11.6 miles west of campground on the Hollis/Klawock Hwy. An excellent day trip is visiting the Haida People's "totem pole park" in Kasaan (53 miles north and east of campground). It is a short walk from the "town center," which has no store or gas. Ask for directions. This is bear country; practice safe food storage techniques. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: Yes Seasonal Comment: Services provided between mid-May and mid-September. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $8 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 14 Total Sites: 14 Tent Pads: Yes Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 14 No. Grilles on Sites: 14 Equestrian camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 48' Comments: The parking aprons are gravel and all about same size. An RV waste station with no potable water, is available for a fee (paid at city hall) in Thorne Bay on Shoreline Dr., across from the community boat ramp. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 2 No. Threaded: 0 Comments: The water spigots are handpumps. WATER SPORTS - None HIKING Muskeg Trail (foot) - 0.1 miles There are numerous other trails in the immediate area, such as: Trocadero (foot) - 1 mile Harris River (foot) - 1.3 miles FISHING Coho, Chum and Pink Salmon; Dolly Varden, Rainbow, Steelhead (catch & release) and Cutthroat trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Last Chance VISIT DATE: 05/14/2008 UPDATE DATE: 3/3/2012 STATE: Alaska REGION: Alaska RANGER DISTRICT: Ketchikan-Misty Fiords NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Ketchikan RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: NOTE: Access to most campgrounds in the Tongass National Forest is initially by plane or boat. These directions assume access is by ferry, specifically via either the Alaska Marine Highway System or Inter-Island Ferry Authority. For a price, any size RV can be transported by the ferry systems. From the Alaska Marine Hwy. ferry terminal in Ketchikan, turn left onto Tongass Ave and go 4.7 miles to Ward Lake sign. Turn right at sign onto Revilla Rd and go 2.2 miles to campground on right. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 230 ft. This attractive campground is one loop through a stand of old- growth hemlock, alder and Sitka spruce. The campsites are either on Ward Creek or an intermittent creek that flows through campground. Although less than a mile from Signal Creek campground, this campground has a more open, more spacious feel to its sites. Away from Ward Lake, it should be less crowded with a more tranquil atmosphere. The 134-acre Ward Lake offers boating (no motors), bird watching and additional fishing opportunities. Ketchikan offers a variety of sights for day trips. This is bear country; practise safe food storage techniques. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open Friday before Memorial Day through Wednesday after Labor Day RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 18 Total Sites: 18 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 18 No. Grilles on Sites: 18 Equestrian camping: No RV INFORMATION - None Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 15' X 40' Comments: The parking aprons are gravel. An RV waste station with no potable water and no fee, is available at Ketchikan Waste Water Treatment Plant, 3921 Tongass Ave, Ketchikan. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 2 No. Threaded: 0 Comments: The water spigots are handpumps. WATER SPORTS - None HIKING Ward Lake Nature Trail (foot) - 2.5 miles provides access to a network of trails FISHING Steelhead and Cutthroat trout in the Spring, and Coho salmon in Fall

CAMPGROUND NAME: Mendenhall VISIT DATE: 06/10/2008 UPDATE DATE: 10/31/2016 STATE: Alaska REGION: Alaska RANGER DISTRICT: Juneau NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Juneau RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation

(NOTE: A reservation MUST be made to stay at this campground.) DIRECTIONS: NOTE: Access to most campgrounds in the Tongass National Forest is initially by plane or boat. These directions assume access is by ferry, specifically via either the Alaska Marine Highway System or Inter-Island Ferry Authority. For a price, any size RV can be transported by the ferry systems. From the Alaska Marine Hwy ferry terminal in Juneau, turn right onto Glacier Hwy and go 1.6 miles to Mendenhall Loop Rd. sign. Turn left at sign onto Loop Rd. and go 2.4 miles to Montana Creek Rd. sign. Turn left after sign onto Montana Crk Rd. and go 0.7 miles to campground on right. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 50 ft. This attractive campground is located below the Mendenhall Glacier providing some campsites with views of this mass of moving ice, Mendenhall Lake and River, or one of the numerous ponds scattered around the campground. Sitka spruce, hemlock, alder and a variety of shrubs provide good to excellent privacy as well as ample shade. The campground has three defined sections offering backpackers, car, tent, and truck campers, along with the recreational vehicle camper, with an experience geared to their camping style. This may be the only Forest Service campground where campers can actually watch icebergs float by. Spring brings a variety of wildflowers including large showy lupines along with mosquitoes - industrial strength bug repellant recommended. A day trip to the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center is a must. Another possible day trip is exploring the sights and history of Juneau. And the hiking in the area is noteworthy. This is bear country; practise safe food storage techniques. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open May 15 through September 15. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day - no hookups $26 per day - electric and water only $28 per day - full hook-ups Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 NOTE: Cash and checks are no longer accepted. Payment is made through recreation.gov with a credit or debit card. Payment/reservations can be made upon arrival at campground or in advance at recreation.gov. CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 7 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 62 Total Sites: 69 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 69 No. Grilles on Sites: 69 Equestrian camping: No RV INFORMATION No. Full Hookups (includes waste): 9 No. Water and Electric Only: 10 No. Water Only: 0 No. Electric Only: 0 No. RV Pull Throughs: 5 Waste Station: Yes Potable Water at Waste Station: Yes Average Parking Apron Size: 11' X 40' Comments: The parking aprons are paved. The pull-throughs are large and can accomodate any size RV. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: Yes Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 13 No. Threaded: 0 Comments: The showers are wheelchair friendly. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: No Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): Yes Kayaking (whitewater): Yes Comments: There are numerous ponds scattered through-out the campground. Mendenhall River has Class III rapids and recommended for only experienced kayakers. HIKING Forest Ecology Trail (foot and wheelchair friendly) - 0.5 miles FISHING Fishing is available nearby

CAMPGROUND NAME: Ohmer Creek VISIT DATE: 05/24/2008 UPDATE DATE: 3/8/2012 STATE: Alaska REGION: Alaska RANGER DISTRICT: Petersburg NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Petersburg RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: NOTE: Access to most campgrounds in the Tongass National Forest is initially by plane or boat. These directions assume access is by ferry, specifically via either the Alaska Marine Highway System or Inter-Island Ferry Authority. For a price, any size RV can be transported by the ferry systems. From the Alaska Marine Hwy ferry terminal in Petersburg, AK, turn right onto South Nordic Dr (becomes Mitkof Hwy) 20.1 miles to campground sign. Turn right at sign and go 0.1 miles to campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 50 ft. The campground stretches along Ohmer Creek with sites tucked in among a thick and pleasant mixture of Sitka spruce, hemlock and alder. It is near enough to South Blind Slough for a canoe or kayak trip. One campsite may be occupied by a host. Possible day trips are the Man-made Hole Picnic Area, Blind Slough Rapids and the many sights in Petersburg. This is bear country; practise safe food storage techniques. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: Yes Seasonal Comment: Services provided Friday before Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $6 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 10 Total Sites: 10 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: No Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 10 No. Grilles on Sites: 10 Equestrian camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 15' X 48' Comments: The parking aprons are gravel. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 1 No. Threaded: 0 Comments: The water spigot is a handpump. WATER SPORTS - None HIKING Ohmer Creek trail #603 (foot only) - 1.0 mile There are a number of other trails nearby such as: Blind River Rapids trail #454 (foot) - 0.25 miles Three Lakes Loop trail #600 (foot) - 4 miles Raven Roost trail #607 (foot) - 4.5 miles FISHING Pink and Coho salmon, Dolly Varden, Steelhead and Cutthroat trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Signal Creek VISIT DATE: 05/14/2008 UPDATE DATE: 3/3/2012 STATE: Alaska REGION: Alaska RANGER DISTRICT: Ketchikan-Misty Fiords NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Ketchikan RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: NOTE: Access to most campgrounds in the Tongass National Forest is initially by plane or boat. These directions assume access is by ferry, specifically via either the Alaska Marine Highway System or Inter-Island Ferry Authority. For a price, any size RV can be transported by the ferry systems. From the Alaska Marine Hwy ferry terminal in Ketchikan, AK, turn left onto Tongass Ave and go 4.7 miles to Ward Lake sign. Turn right at sign onto Revilla Rd. and go 1.3 miles to another Ward Lake sign. Turn right at sign and go 1 mile to campground on right. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 100 ft. The campground, one of two in the Ward Lake Recreation Area, has two unnamed loops in an old-growth (100-plus year old) forest between Ward Lake and Signal Creek. The smaller loop (next to the fee board) is open year round while the second, larger loop is gated in the off-season. The campground wanders through a muskeg-bog environment with Sitka spruce and hemlock providing ample shade. Convenient to town but retaining a feeling of remoteness, the campground offers all types of campers a good forest experience. Outstanding birdwatching, fishing and day hikes are available along with day trips to explore the sights and history of Ketchikan. This is bear country; practise safe food storage techniques. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: Yes Seasonal Comment: Services provided April 15 through first Tuesday after Labor Day. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 1 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 22 Total Sites: 23 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: No Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 23 No. Grilles on Sites: 23 Equestrian camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 15' X 38' Comments: The parking aprons are gravel. An RV waste station with no potable water or fee, is available at Ketchikan Waste Water Treatment Plant, 3921 Tongass Ave., Ketchikan. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 2 No. Threaded: 0 Comments: The water spigots are handpumps. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: No Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: The 34-acre Ward Lake is natural. HIKING Ward Lake Nature Trail (foot) - 1.3 miles Frog Pond trail (foot) - 0.3 miles Ward Creek trail (foot) - 2.5 miles These trails also access a network of trails. FISHING Steelhead, Cutthroat and Dolly Varden trout and Coho, Pink, Chum and Sockeye salmon

CAMPGROUND NAME: Starrigavan Recreation Area VISIT DATE: 06/03/2008 UPDATE DATE: 3/3/2012 STATE: Alaska REGION: Alaska RANGER DISTRICT: Sitka NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Sitka RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: NOTE: Access to most campgrounds in the Tongass National Forest is initially by plane or boat. These directions assume access is by ferry, specifically via either the Alaska Marine Highway System or Inter-Island Ferry Authority. For a price, any size RV can be transported by the ferry systems. From the Alaska Marine Hwy ferry terminal in Sitka, AK, turn left onto paved road and go 0.6 miles to campground's Estuary Loop on the right and Bayside Loop on left. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 30 ft. The campground, located north of the Alaskan Marine Hwy ferry terminal on Starrigavan Bay, has three loops, Bayside, Backpacker, and Estuary. Estuary Loop has two loops and sites that will accommodate both RVs and tent campers. Large mature Sitka spruce and hemlock provide ample shade and good privacy. The Backpacker Loop has only walk-in tent sites with a communal cook shelter. Bayside Loop has three campsites that are walk-in or boat/kayak-in only which have views of Starrigavan Bay and the ferry's coming and going. Bayside Loop's campsites are very popular - reservations for these sites are recommend. The campground also has two tent-only group areas, not included in this review; contact the Ranger District office for more information. Starrigavan is Russian for "old harbor." The campground is said to be adjacent to the Old Sitka Historic Site, the location used by the retreating Russians after the Tlingit attack on Redoubt Saint Michael in 1802. Possible day trips from campground are: Alaska Raptor Center, Sitka National Historic Park, Sitka Walking Tour, and the Russian Bishop's House. Bear country; practise safe food storage techniques.. SEASONS Open Seasonal: No Open All Year: Yes Seasonal Comment: Full services provided May 1 through September 15. NOTE: Gates open daily from 9AM to 9PM. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $14 or $16 per day - May 1 through September 15 $12 per day - September 16 through April 30 Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 12 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 20 Total Sites: 32 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 32 No. Grilles on Sites: 32 Equestrian camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 1 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 19' X 48' Comments: The parking aprons are gravel. An RV waste station with no potable water or fee, is available in Sitka Water Treatment Plant on Japonski Island. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: Yes Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 6 No. Threaded: 0 WATER SPORTS Lake: No Swimming (provided): No Sailing: Yes Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: A boat ramp is available at the state-operated Sitka Historic Site on Starrigavan Bay, 0.2 miles from campground. HIKING Estuary Life trail (foot and wheelchair friendly) - 0.25 miles Mosquito Cove trail (foot) - 1.25 miles Forest and Muskeg trail (foot and wheelchair friendly) - 0.75 miles FISHING Pink and Coho (catch and release) salmon and Dolly Varden trout NOTE: Salmon spawn in August when a smell may be noticeable.




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