About Bradley Lake
Located within the Matanuska Lake State Recreation Area which includes eight stocked lakes. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game routinely stocks them with rainbow trout, Arctic char and land-locked coho salmon, making them a perfect spot for a family outing. Not only do they provide great summer fishing--ice fishing is another opportunity to keep your family fishing during the winter months.
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An estimated 85 percent of native Pacific coho return to spawn in the same stream where they began their life.
The Arctic char is part of a closely related group (chars) and is difficult to distinguish from external characteristics.
The rainbow trout is an extremely valuable species in any and all of its forms. It is native to the west coast of North America from southern Alaska to Mexico.
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