Fish in Anchorage
The Grayling is a member of Thymallus species and are distinguished from other members
of the salmon family by their larger scales, their small mouths with teeth on the
maxillary bone, and most striking of all, their showy, sail-
The largest of the graylings in terms of length is the Arctic grayling at a maximum
length of 76 cm (30 in) and a maximum weight of 3.8 kg (8.4 lbs). The grayling, T.
thymallus, while somewhat shorter -
Due to their agreeable taste and attractive form, the grayling species are valued as food and game fishes, and they are occasionally seen in public aquaria.
Be certain to check with Alaska Department of Fish and Game before fishing and inquire about regulations pertaining to the species of fish that you intend to catch.
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