Salmon Viewing at Shrode Creek

Shrode Creek is at the head of Long Bay on the west side of Culross Passage on Prince William Sound. This remote site is accessible by boat or plane. A one mile trail follows the river from the head of Long Bay to Shrode Lake where you will find sockeye, chum, pink, and coho salmon. Salmon are present from mid-July to mid-September with the best viewing in mid-August. A nearby Forest Service public cabin is available for reservations.

Getting There

Latitude: 60.66646
Longitude: -148.301
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