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Important details about the river information

A word of warning: use these river logs as one source of information that you will supplement with more.  Alaska rivers can be very dangerous because of their remoteness, the climate, their sources, and other factors.  Bring adequate and proper clothing, equipment, and food.  File a "float plan" with someone who can call for help if you do not return on time.  Take a satellite phone or other communications tool if at all possible (but not usually a cell phone because of their limited coverage in Alaska).  Plan carefully for a safe and pleasant trip. 

Note also that land status information contained in these documents may no longer be accurate.  These logs were compiled long before massive land transferrals of unreserved public land to restrictive public ownership or private ownership.  River users should be careful to follow federal or state regulations where appropriate, and to avoid trespassing on private land.  Here is some additional information Alaska native landowners.

Be sure to also check current fishing or hunting regulations, as what was possible decades ago may not be legal  today.

Finally, has attempted to make as much of this material as possible searchable by adding a text layer to the original image-only PDF files.  Where possible, we have also converted these to HTML files.  Please note that while we have corrected obvious errors generated during these processes, errors may still remain.

List of rivers for which information is available on this website

Alagnak River | Alatna River |  American Creek | Andreafsky River | Aniakchak River | Awuna River | Beaver Creek | Black River | Bremner River | Canning River | Charley River | Chilikadrotna River | Chitina River | Colville River | Copper River | Delta River | Fortymile River | Gulkana River | Huslia River | Ivishak River | John River | Kakhonak River | Kanektok River | Karluk River | Kasegaluk Lagoon | King Salmon River | Kobuk River | Koyukuk River North Fork | Little Susitna River | Mulchatna River | Nigu Etivluk rivers | Noatak River | Nowitna River | Nuyakuk River | Porcupine River | Saganirktok River | Salmon River (Kobuk) | Selawik River | Sheenjek River | Squirrel River | Talachulitna River | Tlikakila River | Togiak River | Unalakleet River | Utukok River

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