Clearwater Riffles

The Hulahula is a glacial stream, carrying a sediment load that makes the main stem opaque. Many side streams, however, are fed by springs and offer an amazing clarity. Arctic grayling find them ideal habitat; anglers agree.

 

Image © 1985 by Douglas Yates


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