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July 31 fishing report

By Carlos Faura 8:53 PM July 31, 2014
Anchorage
Lakes OK for rainbow and char.
Ship Creek great for silvers. Pink and chum salmon are in.
Streams and creeks are good.
Mat-Su
Rivers clearing up after recent rain.
Chums, pinks and silvers in all streams.
Lakes are OK.
Homer
Lots of action for silvers and kings.
Halibut very good.
Large rockfish.
Lingcod sporadic.
Whittier
Silvers are slow.
Halibut terrific.
Lingcod good.
Kenai Peninsula
Kenai River salmon have slowed down.
Russian River salmon slow, trout good.
Quartz Creek is slow.
Seward
Silvers fair.
Halibut fair.
Rockfishing good.
Scattered kings.

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