Alaska’s Kenai River attracts crowds of anglers in mid summer when the giant king salmon are running. By September, the crowds have dissipated and the kings have spawned and died, their carcasses littering the gravel bars, leaving a much quieter river for trout anglers to ply for the huge rainbow trout that move into the stream to feast on salmon eggs.

Rich Landers

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