Fishing in Campbell Creek Alaska
Fishing in Campbell Creek in Anchorage, AK
Campbell Creek is a great sport fishery that runs through the middle of the Anchorage area. The area is designated a “green belt”, and offers an opportunity to view wildlife right in the middle of town. Silver Salmon, King Salmon, Dolly Varden and Rainbow Trout can all be caught on the river, although regulations on Campbell Creek vary by area, with some areas being catch and release only, and other areas closed to all fishing.
The river runs through many residential and business areas, while many people do not mind fishermen, a few bad apples leaving trash and causing problems on the creek has lead to some private land owners closing access to the creek from their lands. Look for signs and respect property rights in the area. If everyone keeps this area clean, and uses common sense, we can look forward to this area remaining pro-fishing for years to come.
Silver Salmon fishing in Campbell Creek, Anchorage:
Silver Salmon move into the creek starting in mid-late July, and the peak of the run occurs in August. A sport fishery for hatchery silver salmon in Campbell Creek was opened in 1993. Silvers are generally in the lower reaches of the creek by season opening in late July, with the peak of the run about mid- to late August.
Popular Lures include Vibrax, Mepps, and Pixees. Salmon Eggs and streamers are also used and can produce well. There are various places to fish along the creek, with one of the more popular areas being just downstream from Piper Street.
King Salmon Fishing for Children Only on Campbell Creek:
King Salmon fishing in Campbell Creek is usually closed, with the exception being a “kids-only” season. At this time, only kids (under 15) can catch King Salmon on Campbell Creek, and only in a specially marked section.
Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char, and Dolly Varden Fishing on Campbell Creek:
Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden and stocked Arctic Char can also be caught in Campbell Creek Alaska. Many of the areas popular for these small fish are also popular with bears, so be careful on the creek.
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Anchorage, Ship Creek, Eagle River, Campbell Creek, Bird Creek, Anchorage Stocked Lakes, Turnagain Arm and Rivers.