Call it what you like—The Last Frontier; The Land of The Midnight Sun; The Great Land—we know this: Russia’s fire sale of Alaska was America’s gain, and nobody can argue that the 49th state isn’t one of the most desirable fishing locations in the world.

With some of the last great wild salmon runs on earth, plus nearly unlimited opportunities to catch wild steelhead, dolly varden, enormous rainbow trout, record-class northern pike, and dry-fly scarfing grayling, plus and host of other species, anglers should just go ahead and call this angling wonderland what it is—The Land of Plenty.

Alaska offers more than 34,000 miles of shoreline, three million lakes, over 12,000 rivers, and nearly infinite small creeks and streams. This wild and sparsely populated state is one-fifth the size of the continental United States, and anglers can spend a lifetime exploring the region and still not experience all it offers.

Whether you’re planning a once-in-a-lifetime dream trip or your 20th adventure to the Last Frontier, you’ll likely leave asking the same question—not whether you are coming back, but how soon until you do just that?

Alaska can be divided, roughly, into three main angling regions: southeast, southwest, and the interior.

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