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  • Blueberry Lake State Recreation Site is located in spectacular Thompson Pass, 24 miles north of Valdez. The park is located at the large switchback before descending into Keystone Canyon. The high ...

  • Nancy Lake State Recreation Area is a lake-studded landscapes in Alaska preserved for recreation purposes. With clear waters are ringed with unspoiled forests,provide tranquil settings for revreati...

  • Naknek Lake is a lake in southern Alaska, near the base of the Alaska Peninsula. The lake is 64 km (40 mi) long and 5–13 km (3–8 miles) wide. The lake drains west into Br...

  • Meadow Lakes is a census-designated place in Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska, United States. It is part of the Anchorage, Alaska Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 4,819 at the 200...

  • Walker Lake is the source of the Kobuk River in northwestern Alaska (emptying into Kotzebue Sound). The lake is located near the easternmost part of Northwest Arctic Borough, deep in the remote int...

  • Vitus Lake is a lake in Alaska. It is 23 km (14 mi) long and 9 km (5.5 mi) wide. It is named for Vitus Bering, leader of the 1741 expedition to Alaska. Vitus Lake forms the sout...

  • The Ugashik Lakes are two adjacent lakes along the Ugashik River on the Alaska Peninsula in the U.S. state of Alaska.The lakes are world renowned for trophy Arctic grayling fishing. The lakes also ...

  • Twin Lakes is a complex of two large lakes in Lake Clark National Park in the U.S. state of Alaska near the northeast corner of Lake and Peninsula Borough. It contains a 6-mile long (9.7 km) upper ...

  • Tustumena Lake is a lake on the west side of the Kenai Peninsula in southcentral Alaska, near the town of Kasilof. The lake is 25 miles (40 km) long and up to 6 miles (9.7 km) wide and receives dra...

  • Trapper Lake is a lake in Alaska that lies to the north of Wasilla. It has no road access. The only way to get there is via seaplane or snowmobile in the winter.

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  • The Trail Lakes are two lakes on the lower Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.[1][2] The lakes are near the town of Moose Pass and adjacent to the Seward Highway. They are noted for being the home of a large ...

  • Togiak Lake is a 13-mile-long (21 km) lake in the U.S. state of Alaska, which extends South-West from mouth of Izavieknik River, 75 miles (121 km) North-East of Goodnews Bay, Kilbuck-Kusk...

  • Teshekpuk Lake is a 22 miles (35 km)-wide lake on the Arctic coast of the U.S. state of Alaska, South of Pitt Point, 12 miles (19 km) East of Harrison Bay, 80 miles (130 km) East of ...

  • Tazlina Lake is a 21 miles (34 km) long lake in Alaska, which is at the head of Tazlina River, 1 mile (1.6 km) North of 1952 terminus of Tazlina Glacier and 62 miles (100 km) North o...

  • The Tangle Lakes (Long Tangle Lake, Lower Tangle Lake, Round Tangle Lake, and Upper Tangle Lake) are a 16 miles (26 km) long chain of lakes connected by streams in interior Alaska. They form t...

  • Taiga Lake is a small lake in Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska. About 38 miles northeast of Kenai, Alaska, it was named after the taiga (a type of biome) around 1963 by officials at the Kenai Nation...

  • Swan Lake is a small lake located in the center of the town of Sitka, in Alaska. It is a man-made lake, created during the Russian occupation of Alaska as an income source during the winter.

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  • Skilak Lake is a large lake on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. The lake is part of the Kenai River system but also contains glacial runoff. The water is exceptionally clear with a mostly rocky bottom,...

  • Six Mile Lake is a lake in southern Alaska between Lake Clark and Iliamna Lake. The Newhalen River drains Six Mile Lake into Iliamna Lake. The lake is about 5 km (3.1 mi) long and about 1...

  • Selawik Lake is a lake located 7 miles (11 km) southwest of Selawik, Alaska. It is 31 miles (50 km) long. It is adjacent to the Selawik National Wildlife Refuge and the Baldwin Peninsula, feeding i...

  • Redoubt Lake, or Kunaa Shak Áayi, is a long, narrow lake on Baranof Island, near Sitka, Alaska. It is located in a glacially-carved valley in Tongass National Forest. It was named Ozero Glub...

  • Quartz Lake is a mid-sized lake about 10 miles north of Delta Junction, Alaska. It was named Quartz Lake by early mineral prospectors in the area. Much of the lake shore is private property but the...

  • Nunavakanuk Lake is a lake in the Yukon Delta of Wade Hampton Census Area, Alaska, United States. The lake is 9 mi (14 km) long and is bordered to the south east by the Kusilvak Mountains...

  • Naknek Lake is a lake in southern Alaska, near the base of the Alaska Peninsula. The lake is 64 km (40 mi) long and 5–13 km (3–8 miles) wide. The lake drains west into Br...

  • Mother Goose Lake is a 6.4 mile long lake located at head of King Salmon River, on the Alaska Peninsula, 21 miles south of Ugashik, Aleutian Range. It was named in 1923 by R. H. Sargent, USGS, as &...

  • Miles Lake is a 3.5 miles (5.6 km) long lake in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is located at the terminus of Miles Glacier, 33 miles (53 km) North of Katalla, Chugach Mountains, and flows i...

  • Mendenhall Lake is a lake in the Mendenhall Valley at the 1962 terminus of Mendenhall Glacier, 3 miles (4.8 km) North of the Juneau City and Borough Airport in the Coast Mountains. It is the s...

  • Medvejie Lake is a long, narrow, snow-fed lake on Baranof Island just south of Sitka, Alaska in the Alaskan Panhandle, which drains into Silver Bay, 8 miles (13 km) southeast of Sitka, on west...

  • Lake Lucille is a 350-acre (1.4 km2) lake within the municipal limits of Wasilla, Alaska, located atMost of the lake shoreline is private property (i.e., not incorporated into the City of Wasilla),...

  • Lower Slate Lake is a lake in the State of Alaska in the Tongass National Forest. It is designated as the disposal site for the tailings from Coeur Alaska's Kensington mine.

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  • Lopp Lagoon is a tidal lake NE of Cape Prince of Wales in the U.S. state of Alaska. Many creeks empty into it, but the most water comes from the Mint River. Some salt water from the Pacific Ocean a...

  • Kontrashibuna Lake is a large lake in southwestern Alaska. It is located 30 miles northwest of Mount Iliamna and 30 miles northeast of Nondalton. It is 3.5 miles long and is located at Kontrashibun...

  • Indigo Lake or simply Indigo is a lake lying ten miles southeast of central Sitka, on the western coast of Baranof Island in the Alexander Archipelago of Alaska.The name was reported in 1954 by loc...

  • Iliamna Lake or Lake Iliamna is a lake in South-West Alaska, at North end of Alaska Peninsula, between Kvichak Bay and Cook Inlet, 100 miles (160 km) West of Seldovia, Alaska Bristol Bay Low. It is...

  • Goose Lake is a small lake in Anchorage in the U.S. state of Alaska, located near the University of Alaska Anchorage, 1.2 miles (1.9 km) South-East of confluence of North and South Forks Chest...

  • Dull Ax Lake is a lake in the Yukon–Koyukuk Census Area of Alaska. It is located on the western border of Denali National Park and Preserve. The lake drains to the northwest, in Dry Creek. It...

  • Devil Mountain Lakes is a maar (a form of crater lake) in the western part of Alaska. The lake is considered being the largest maar in the world Devil Mountain Lakes are located about 100 km (62 mi...

  • Dall Lake is a 24-mile-long (37 km) lake in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is located 70 miles (110 km) southwest of Bethel, and is named for naturalist W. H. Dall.

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  • Crow Lake is a lake in Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska, United States, 1 mile south of Moose Lake and 17 miles northwest of Roundabout Mountain. Crow Lake lies at an elevation of 203 feet (62 m)....

  • Cropley Lake is an alpine lake in the City and Borough of Juneau, Alaska, United States. Located on Douglas Island, it is 2 miles (3.2 km) southwest of Table Top Mountain, and 5 miles (8.0&nbs...

  • Lake Clark is a lake in southern Alaska. It drains through Six Mile Lake and the Newhalen River into Iliamna Lake. The lake is about 64 km (40 mi) long and about 8 km (5.0 mi) wide.Lake Clark was n...

  • Chandalar Lake is a lake in Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska, United States. It is located roughly 183 miles (295 km) north of Fairbanks near the Brooks Range.It is located near, although not...

  • Byers lake is a small lake in Denali State Park, Alaska, 28 miles (45 km) north of Talkeetna. The lake is named for a fisherman who was brought there many times by bush pilot Don Sheldon in the 195...

  • Becharof Lake is a 37-mile (60 km) long lake on the Alaska Peninsula. It is located 23 miles (37 km) south-east of Egegik, in the Aleutian Range.The lake was named in 1868 by naturalist W...

  • Bear Lake (one of a dozen lakes by this name in Alaska) is near the town of Seward and Resurrection Bay, in the Kenai Peninsula Borough on the Kenai Peninsula in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is acc...

  • Baranof Lake is a glacially-fed, horseshoe-shaped lake on the eastern side of Baranof Island, in Alaska. Baranof Lake borders the community of Baranof Warm Springs and also has a Forest Service cab...

  • Auke Lake is a 160-acre (0.65 km2) lake located in Auke Bay in Juneau, Alaska. The name translates as "Lake Lake".Dolly Varden, cutthroat, steelhead and four varieties of salmon all live ...

  • Aropuk Lake is a 15-mile-long (24 km) lake in the U.S. state of Alaska, located 15 miles (24 km) north of Baird Inlet.

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  • Andrew Lake is a lake on Adak Island, part of the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. It is a part of the Adak Naval Air Station and lies between Mount Adagdak and Mount Moffett. The lake is separated from t...

  • Lake Alexander is a lake in Southeast Alaska, 3 miles (4.8 km) West of Mole Harbor, on East coast of Admiralty Island; 61 miles (98 km) North-East of Sitka, Alaska in the Alexander Archip...

  • Aleknagik Lake is a lake in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is 32 km (20 mi) long by 26 km (16 mi) wide. The village of Aleknagik is on its southeast shore.

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  • Abyss Lake is a lake in southeastern Alaska. Lying on the eastern side of the Brady Glacier, it receives meltwater from it, which in turn flows into the Dundas River, Dundas Bay, Cross Sound and th...

  • Upper Summit Lake is at mile 45.8 of the Seward Hwy. Tenderfoot Campground with campsites, water, restrooms and a boat launch is next to the lake.

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  • Upper Russian Lake is 9 miles west of the Cooper Lake trailhead or 12 miles south of the Russian Lakes trailhead in the Russian River campground at mile 52.8 of the Sterling Hwy.

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  • Upper Paradise Lake is in Paradise Valley 12 miles east of Snow River which crosses the Seward Hwy at mile 18.

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  • Trout Lake is 7.3 miles north of Resurrection Pass south trailhead in Cooper Landing at mile 53 of the Sterling Hwy or 31.5 miles south of the Resurrection Pass north trailhead in Hope (4 miles fro...

  • Tokun Lake has a good run of sockeye salmon and the only lake trout population on the District. The lake is accessible by float plane. This is one of the more remote lakes and there is no cabin or she...
  • Swan Lake is 12.8 miles north of the Resurrection Pass south trailhead in Cooper Landing at mile 53 of the Sterling Hwy or 26 miles south of the Resurrection Pass north trailhead in Hope (4 miles f...

  • Rainbow Lake is at the end of a 0.5 mile trail from a parking area at mile 10 of the Snug Harbor Road. Snug Harbor Road intersects the Sterling Hwy at mile 47.9 at the western edge of Kenai Lake.

  • Rainbow trout are stocked in Alder, Willow and Tangle Ponds in the Portage Valley. Accessible Fishing Piers are available at both Alder Pond and Moose Flats Day Use Area (Willow Pond). Fishing for rai...
  • There is a series of five small lakes along the Pipeline Lakes Trail. These lakes have cutthroat trout and, in Pipeline Lake 4, some Dolly Varden. These landlocked fish are smaller than their ocean go...
  • Meridian Lake is 1.5 miles from the Grayling Lake trailhead at mile 13.5 of the Seward Hwy.

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  • McKinley Lake can have some good sockeye salmon fishing in the outlet channels of the lake early in the season. But after the sockeye have been in the lake awhile they get old and red, and it's best t...
  • Martin Lake provides some of the best fishing on the District, with large runs of sockeye and coho salmon. Cutthroat/rainbow trout hybrids, and lots of Dolly Varden are also present.

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  • Lower Summit Lake is at mile 48 of the Seward Hwy. A pull-out and parking area are located on the northwest side of the lake.

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  • Lower Russian Lake is 4 miles south of the Russian Lakes trailhead in the Russian River campground at mile 52.8 of the Sterling Hwy.

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  • Lower Paradise Lake is in Paradise Valley 10 miles east of Snow River which crosses the Seward Hwy at mile 18.

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  • Lost Lake is 7.6 miles south of the Primrose trailhead in Primrose campground at mile 17 of the Seward Highway.

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  • Access is available from both the Seward and Sterling Hwys. Boat ramps at mile 17 of the Seward Hwy (Primrose Campground) and mile 45 (Quartz Creek Campground) off the Sterling Hwy.

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  • Juneau Lake is 9.5 miles north of the Resurrection Pass south trailhead in Cooper Landing at mile 53 of the Sterling Hwy or 29.3 miles south of the Resurrection Pass north trailhead in Hope (4 mile...

  • Johnson Lake is 13 miles north of the south Johnson Pass trailhead at mile 32.5 of the Seward Hwy and 10 miles south of the north trailhead at mile 63 of the Seward Hwy.

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  • Jerome Lake is 0.5 mile north of the Sterling and Seward Hwy junction at mile 38 of the Seward Hwy.

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  • Ibeck Creek is located at Mile 7 on the Copper River Highway. It is the most accessible fishing area on the district, since it's close to town and there are good fishing holes right off the road. Best...
  • Grayling Lake is 1.6 miles from the Grayling Lake trailhead at mile 13.5 of the Seward Hwy.

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  • Golden Fin Lake is 0.6 miles from the Golden Fin Lake trailhead at mile 12 of the Seward Hwy.

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  • Eyak River is noted for its fly fishing for sockeye salmon and its big coho salmon. The coho fishery has gotten pretty popular lately, but you'll forget about your neighbors when you have a fat 19-lb ...
  • Crescent Lake is 7 miles from the Crescent Lake trailhead. At mile 45 of the Sterling Hwy, turn on to Quartz Creek Road and travel 3.5 miles (past Quartz Creek and Crescent Creek campgrounds) to th...

  • Crater Lake Trail accesses a high alpine lake that has been stocked with rainbow trout. The growing season is short at this elevation, so the fish are generally less than 12 inches. However, long-t...

  • Cooper Lake is a Natural Lake or Reservoir, At mile 47.9 of the Sterling Hwy turn onto Snug Harbor Road - travel 12 miles to trailhead - continue 1 mile farther to lake front parking.

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  • Coghill River is a River or Stream. Species of fish in Coghill River: Coho Salmon:Sockeye Salmon
    It is your responsibilty to know local fishing regulations

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  • Char Lake is a Natural Lake or Reservoir. Char Lake is at mile 10.5 of Snug Harbor Road. Snug Harbor Road intersects the Sterling Hwy at mile 47.9 at the western edge of Kenai Lake.

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  • Blueberry lake is 82 feet (25 m) long.

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  • Alaganik Slough has a big run of coho salmon as well as smaller runs of sockeye salmon, Dolly Varden, and cutthroat trout. Sockeye aren't particularly aggressive, but they'll hit a fly or occasionally...