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  1. Default If you could go fishing for a week anywhere

    So this summer i have 8 days to travel anywhere in the continental US and fish for about a week or so. Where would you go? Im not species specfic, but would prefer trout. Any suggestions? Im looking for lots of fish, maybe some decent size too. Any ideas or suggestioins? Just lookin for some all around good fishin
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    I would go to Alaska. Mainly because of the opportunity to catch various species of fish.

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    Utah or the Sierra's. The numbers you can catch on the Green are staggering and the sizes of the fish you can catch in the Sierra's are awesome!
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    Since I'm already here I would like to be able to fly over to the Iliamna Lake and Bristol Bay tributary rivers. Or maybe down south to the Yakutat area for some really good steelhead but if you want to go there you better get on your way.

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    im in the midwest, and i was hopin to stay in the lower 48. I am considering the wind river range in wyoming, yellowstone, maybe the UP in michigan, or go stream hopping in colorado? Any input?

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    I have to agree with thenextlevel and Ard: Alaska, chasing huge rainbows and salmon in the Bristol Bay streams or chasing monster sized steelies in Yakutat, or maybe one of those ultra expensive fly fishing lodges in Bristol Bay that flies out to a different stream everyday.

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    Troutbum,

    It has been over 20 years but if you choose the U.P. I strongly recommend the Two Hearted River, Fox, and Tahquamenon Rivers. Different and beautiful.

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    I'd have to say the " Rapid River " in Maine for Monster Brookies.......they average 4 to 8 lbs. and are very colorful fish! Also its a very scenic river! But my second choice would be the " Green River " Wyoming / Utah

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    There's always the Adirondacks of northern NY, best fly fishing in the northeast!


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    Default Re: If you could go fishing for a week anywhere

    That's a different kind of intro Papabear,

    Nice fish, welcome to the group. Did you just join or have you been around and just not posting? What did that fish grab to get himself into a situation like that?

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