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stoverscover 07-11-2012 10:14 PM

Dolly Varden on Prince of Wales Island
 
So here's my predicament . . . I am going to Point Baker on Prince of Wales island AK I am mostly a freshwater fisherman but the trip is more geared towards salt. But a couple days I wouldn't mind fishing for some Dolly's or Rainbows. Thing is I'm from MA and we mostly fish for bass I do trout fish but not much on rivers just ponds.

So what do I need to know about fishing for dollies? I am going to fly fish but I will also be bringing a spinning rod. What are the time trusted techniques for Dolly's and are there any must have flies/lures.

Any input would be much appreciated!

Tight Lines

schooner36 08-23-2012 04:50 AM

Re: Dolly Varden on Prince of Wales Island
 
We just got back from a camping trip to Prince of Wales Island. I fished the silver salmon run at. Neck Lake outlet near Whale Pass. don't know if this will help, but did pick up a small dolly on a #6 chartreuse clouser.


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