Kaniq Creek - Alaska

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Kaniq Creek - AlaskaLevel 38
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Kaniq Creek - Alaska
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In this weather your best bet at getting a good catch is fishing very early in the morning and late in the evening, when the sun is low enough and fish are most active.

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In such weather fish are less active in the morning with their activity gradually growing as the day moves on, reaching its peak late in the evening.

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On days like this, fishing productivity rises in the morning hours after as the sun comes up and gradually drops as the day moves on.

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Fees
Travel fee
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8000
Fishing fee (per day)
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2000


Denali National Park is a remote natural preservation area located deep in the Alaskan interior, located on the highest mountains in North America - Mount McKinley. With only a single road offering access to the park, this is untamed wilderness at its best: towering mountain ranges with immense stretches of forest, rugged frozen tundra, massive glaciers and the freezing Kaniq Creek that offers some of the best fishing in all of Alaska. Among the fish species inhabiting its ice-cold waters are Chum Salmon and Coho Salmon, Northern Pike, Longnose Sucker, Pink Salmon, Alaska Blackfish, Dolly Varden and even the rare Sockeye Salmon. But be warned, Kaniq Creek is a glacial fed, thus frigid river, that is notorious for being quite dangerous despite its shallow waters. Some anglers even call it the “Bermuda Triangle”. If you are daring and adventurous enough, you’re in for a wild angling retreat that you won’t soon forget!


Licenses

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Basic License

Available from level 38

1 day
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4000

MUST BE RELEASED:
Trophy & Unique Coho Salmon, Trophy & Unique Chum Salmon, Trophy & Unique Dolly Varden, Trophy & Unique Pink Salmon, Trophy & Unique Sockeye Salmon, Trophy & Unique Chinook Salmon

MUST BE TAKEN:
No restrictions

PROHIBITED SPECIES:
No restrictions

NIGHT CATCH:
Forbidden

BOAT FISHING:
Forbidden

3 days
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11400
Week
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25200
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96000
Unlimited
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600
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Advanced License

Available from level 38

1 day
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8000

MUST BE RELEASED:
No restrictions

MUST BE TAKEN:
No restrictions

PROHIBITED SPECIES:
No restrictions

NIGHT CATCH:
Allowed

BOAT FISHING:
Forbidden

3 days
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22800
Week
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50400
Month
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192000
Unlimited
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1000


Starting points

Taming the Kaniq

Taming the Kaniq

It’s better to gradually get used to the rugged realities of the local rough terrain and severe climate even for the most daring of anglers. So let’s head all the way North and upstream, where the otherwise wild and turbid waters of the freezing Kaniq Creek become shallow and welcoming, almost tame. The local climate in summertime is comfortably cool during the day, but keep in mind, that the weather here changes quickly. So it would be a good idea to warmen up as you fish the day away overlooking magnificent Denali mountains and enjoy angling for plump Pink Salmon, Longnose Sucker, Chum Salmon, and savory Alaska Blackfish. The enthralling natural beauty is enough to make your head spin: morning sunlight covering the chilling terrain, the crystal clear waters, the captivating tundra… Meditate gazing at the Kaniq Creek as it flows South, meandering away into the distance, leaving you and the beautiful Denali mountain range behind..

Angling the Middle-Earth

Angling the Middle-Earth

As you continue exploring untamed wilderness of the Denali preservation, go South, downstream the Kaniq Creek and watch it expand in it’s powerful beauty and might. Local rangers call this part of the the Denali “Middle-Earth”, for it’s literally in the very center of the preservation area. Enjoy the scenic beauty of the river, lined with dense coniferous forests, that seem almost impregnable, towering over the gravel banks. Here among the clusters of heavy boulders is just the place to feel the hard rocky bottom under your feet as you firmly grip your fishing rod and angle for Chum Salmon, Dolly Varden, Pink Salmon, Chinook Salmon and Alaska Blackfish. Just look around! The emerald green of deep forests with snowy mountain peaks gleaming in the distance and a gurgling mountain stream, rapidly flowing into the Kaniq Creek right from the mountain tops...this is untamed nature in all its wild grandeur!

Hunter’s Cabin

Hunter’s Cabin

The Kaniq Creek flows further South as the shore expands into a vast bank of sand and gravel. Fantastic scenery is simply breathtaking: blinding-white mountain snow peaks are towering over vast expanses of dense green forests and stretches of cold taiga. The only sign of any human presence is a lonely hunter’s cabin nearby. Apparently occasional herds of sitka deer attract not only fishermen to these frozen lands. But it is for anglers that this place is quite a dream...just watch the first rays of sun breaking the silver surface of Kaniq Creek’s crystal clear, almost translucent waters, mirroring the sky of soft azure blue. This area of the creek is a particularly promising spot for going after Northern Pike, Coho Salmon, Chinook Salmon, Chum Salmon and Longnose Sucker. Here, standing ashore or sitting in your boat with your fishing rod in hand, breathe in the crystal fresh air and let your mind fill with cold clarity, cleansing all your senses, taking the stress and worries away....

Competitions

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The Battle of Kaniq. Kaniq Creek, Alaska All Species Not a fan of strict rules and guidelines, huh? Then this fishing competition is for you! Head over to the beautiful and chilly Kaniq Creek in the state of Alaska, America’s last frontier. Join a heated competition to catch any fish you like using any tackle you prefer as long as you can prove yourself proficient enough in landing the smallest and the biggest fish of them all!
Salmon Clash. Kaniq Creek, Alaska Salmon family Think you’re good at landing those Trophy and Unique Salmon? Then prove yourself by taking part in the Salmon Clash fishing competition. Held in Alaska, on the mesmerizingly beautiful banks of Kaniq Creek, this exciting competition is all about catching the best and biggest specimen of Salmon while using only spinning tackle!
Kaniq Topwater Rodeo. Kaniq Creek, Alaska Topwater Fishing Howdy, fishing cowboys ‘n girls! Here’s to tell you about the grand competitive showdown called the Kaniq Topwater Rodeo held way out in “the Last Frontier” state of Alaska! Score points for catching Dolly Warden, Bull Trout and Northern Pike and make sure to put up an eye candy show with your best topwater gear!
Midnight Salmon Galore. Kaniq Creek, Alaska Salmon family Time to turn that night shift mode on, folks! Darkness calls all outbound adventure spirits to explore the chilly wilderness of Alaska’s Kaniq Creek overlooking the snowy mountain tops! Don’t miss the chance to compete at catching all possible kinds of Salmon in the battle of Midnight Salmon Galore! The only catch is - you gotta land the smallest fish of them all!


Tournaments

Name

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Fishing Planet Anniversary Cup Salmon family Welcome to Fishing Planet Anniversary Cup - a special Sportfishing Tournament that we’re hosting to celebrate our yearly anniversary of the Game going live! Catch Salmon in various beautiful destinations like White Moose Lake, San Joaquin Delta and Lake Saint-Croix and prepare for an unforgettable Grand Finale in Alaska, on the mesmerizing Kaniq Creek, as you make your way from the Qualifiers to the Semifinal and Final rounds and become the Salmon fishing Champion! Tournament prize pool includes: Premium Accounts for 360, 180 and 30 days, Credits, Gold, unique jackets and fishing caps! Enter the Fishing Planet Anniversary Cup, pass the Qualifiers, get to the Final Round and compete against the very best to become the ultimate Salmon fishing Champion! First-place winner and the two honorable runner-ups get the fame, the glory and valuable prizes!
Char Charger's Open Trout and Char family Ah, the merry month of May! With spring in full bloom and summer closing in, recharge yourself by taking part in the unforgettable Char Charger’s Open! This sportfishing Tournament is all about catching the many fish pertaining to the Char genus, which means all your favorite kinds of Trout! Held on the North America’s top Trout fishing destinations - from the cold and beautiful banks of Alaska’s Kaniq Creek, to the breathtaking Saint-Croix Lake in Michigan and the snowy Canadian White Moose Lake, this exciting event will have you competing with fellow anglers in 2 preliminary Qualifiers as well as the Semifinal and the Final Round that’ll settle the dispute of who’s the Char Champion once and for all!
Christmas Giant’s Tour Big fish Hello and welcome to the most sizable Tournament of the year - the Christmas Giant’s Tour! This event isn’t about any particular kind of fish, the key rule here is: the bigger the better...and not just big...but GIGANTIC! Yep, we’re talking super-huge Trophy-sized monsters: Trout, Pike, Salmon, Burbot, Catfish, Muskies, Bass, Gar, Snook, Dolly Varden...the list can go on and on! It’s not the name, it's the size that matters. Yep, this is the big league, boys and girls and we’re doing some heavyweight fishing! Tight lines!

Resident species