(SitNews) Ketchikan, Alaska – I had visions all week of a weekend filled with chrome cohos on my fly and spinning rods. So when I flew over to Klawock after school a Friday in late September, I went almost immediately to the river, but I couldn’t find a spot. The Klawock is a short river with obvious fishing spots marked by conspicuous pullouts. Unless the water is up, stretches in-between are lackluster. This is no secret. I am not revealing anything anyone who has been to Prince of Wales doesn’t know. The key comes in how to fish the good spots.
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