This is a huge region, stretching from Healy to Manley Hot Springs on the western side and from Copper Center to Fairbanks on the eastern side. This is interior Alaska, far from the salt water, but you’ll still find all five salmon species. This region is a popular destination for hunters of arctic grayling and burbot. The Tangle Lakes system is famous for its grayling and lake trout, as well as a popular canoe trip destination.
Cast your line for some rainbow trout, or maybe a silver salmon. Here you'll find public fishing access. A short walk on the .3 mile trail north to Strelna Lake puts you in the right sport for some angling.
A beautiful, 2-mile-long lake that’s a popular place to come for activities year-round. In summer, you’ll find kayakers, canoers, and paddle boarders, as well as the Kenai Cruisers Rowing Club, which uses the lake for daily practices and a yearly rowing regatta.