King Salmon Fishing
3609 Kingman AZ, 86402
ARCTIC GRAYLING FISHING
King Salmon spend between one and five years in the ocean before returning to their native streams to spawn, though the average is three to four years. King Salmon is blue-green across their back and on top of their head with silvery sides and white bellies, black spots on the upper half of its body with gray/black mouth coloration.
King Salmon generally measure up to 36 inches in length and weigh up to 30 pounds. Spawning in streams that are larger and deeper than other salmon utilize, King Salmon spawn from midsummer to late summer, depending on the run. Fry and smolts usually stay in fresh water from one to 18 months before travelling downstream to estuaries, where they remain up to 189 days.
King Salmon in the Talachulitna River are unusually large, up to 60 inches in length and up to 70 pounds.
LURES OR FLIES COMMONLY USED
Kwikfish, Fatfish, Flatfish, Corkies, Egg Sucking Leaches, Zonkers, Showgirls, etc.