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OUTDOORS Capital City Weekly The morning unfolds slowly like a black and white photograph, gradually developing. Masked by angelic mist, faint silhouettes from across the lake quietly transform into alders and spruce as the first bands of light crest the eastern horizon.

As October wanes, there's still water to fish

Still water fishing in Southeast Alaska offers the recreational sport angler late-season solitude on many of our peaceful lakes and salt chucks and many times hot action for fall-run cutthroat trout.
Photo By Rich Culver
Still water fishing in Southeast Alaska offers the recreational sport angler late-season solitude on many of our peaceful lakes and salt chucks and many times hot action for fall-run cutthroat trout.
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