Written by: Duane Reading
Anthony and his son, Daniel, enjoyed a remarkable day in Alaska catching grayling on Griffith’s Gnats. After landing on Kijik Lake, in Lake Clark National Park and preserve, the group hiked two miles up the Kijik River. There, Anthony and Daniel found a long stretch of deep water holding large grayling eager to take a dry fly. Their guides—Tony Simmons of Rouse Fly Fishing and Rodger Glaspey, owner of Rainbow King Lodge—proudly released each fish back into the river.
Duane Reading is a managing partner of Outdoor Adventure Marketing in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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