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Angling, Arctic Grayling Arctic GraylingSpectacular Scenery (Thymallus arcticus) are a delicious eating fish. Some of the other names used for Grayling are bluefish, Arctic trout, sailfin and tittimeg. They tend to stay out of deep waters and are usually found in rivers and rocky creeks. The Canadian and Alaskan Arctic Grayling tend to be 2-3 pounders.
 
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  • Nordic Lodge [Website | Summary]
    Enjoy the challenge of fishing for arctic grayling, these scrappy little fighter can give an experienced angler a run for his money.
    Southend Reindeer Lake SK S0J 2L0
    306-758-2066

  • Wild 'n' Rest [Website]
    Box 10361 Whitehorse Yukon Y1A 7A1
    867-393-4271

  • Hasbala Lake Lodge [Website]
    Saskatchewan
    602-908-1532

  • Boreal Camp Services & Outfitters Ltd. [Website]
    Box 318 La Ronge SK S0J 1L0
    306-425-2437


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