2 edition of Lower Copper and Chitina Rivers found in the catalog.
Lower Copper and Chitina Rivers
Alaska. Office of Statewide Cultural Programs.
Bibliography: p. 44-46.
|Statement||prepared by Office of Statewide Cultural Programs, Alaska Division of Parks, Dept. of Natural Resources ; principal investigators, William S. Hanable, Karen Wood Workman ; William A. Sacheck, State Historic Preservation Officer.|
|Series||Miscellaneous publications,, no. 5|
|Contributions||Workman, Karen Wood., Hanable, William S.|
|LC Classifications||F912.C7 A4 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||74623433|
For 5, to 7, years, the Chitina area was home to the Ahtna, whose numbers were slowly decimated by the influx of people, disease and conflict. Archaeological sites are located to the south and east of Chitina, which is located on the west bank of the Copper River, at mile 34 of the Edgerton Highway, 53 miles southeast of Copper Center. Our trip concludes after the confluence with the Copper River at O’Brien Creek where we are just a short drive away from the B&B in Valdez. Camping on the Chitina River Sundog Expeditions likes to provide a participatory experience. Each day as we camp along the river, you will be involved in helping set up the comforts of camp. Group Size.
Established in We are passionate about the river and the Copper River Salmon. We have been fishing these rivers for 15 years and as a guide and now owner and I am proud to say that we offer a quality trip that is fun and safe for all skill levels TripAdvisor reviews. RESIDENTS MUST HAVE COPPER RIVER GLENNALLEN SUBSISTENCE PERMIT Click here for Permit Information. Down River from Bridge - Chitina Subdistrict (Personal Use Permit) Sockeye & King Salmon- June 7th - August 16th (Managed in season by AK DFG E.O.) RESIDENTS MUST HAVE THE COPPER RIVER CHITINA PERSONAL USE PERMIT Click here for Permit Information.
feet, costing $, The longest bridge is across the copper river just beyond Chitina, at mile It is 2, feet long, or a little more than a half mile. The west approach to the Miles Glacier bridge is nearly as long. The Gilahina bridge is feet long, from eighty to ninety feet high and was built in eight days. The Copper River Basin is a nearly closed basin, floor elevations around ' - ', at the junction of the Copper and Chitina Rivers. The basin is bounded by the Talkeetna Mountains on the west, the Alaska Range on the north, the Wrangell-St Elias Range .
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Lower Copper and Chitina Rivers, an Historic Resource Study. Miscellaneous Publications, History and Archaeology Series 5. William S. Hanable. Miscellaneous Publications, History and Archaeology Series,5.
Anchorage, AK: Alaska Office of History and Archaeology. (tDAR id: ). Lower Copper and Chitina Rivers: An Historic Resource Study. William S. Hanable, Karen Wood Workman.
Miscellaneous Publications History and Archaeology Series,1. Anchorage, AK: Office of History and Archaeology. (tDAR id: )Author: William S. Hanable, Karen Wood Workman. The River to Riches rafting adventure is a perfect introduction to multi-day river trips and the Alaskan back country. Come experience the river with our safe, knowledgeable and fun guides as we take you on a journey through history and natural wonder.
Continue down the Chitina to its confluence with the Copper River, where there is road access, and is a great wilderness trip that combines the thrill and adrenaline rush of big white water and remote wilderness.
The common take out is O'Brien Creek and is described in detail for the Copper and Chitina on:THE MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE KOTSINA AND CHITINA VALLEYS, COPPER RIVER REGION.
BY FRED H. MOFFIT and A. MADDREN. Government over Kotsina River at the point where the lower or Chitina trail crosses it, doing away with a dangerous ford at that come out in the fall by way of Chitina and Copper rivers, eitherCited by: 1. The Copper River and its many tributaries drain one of the greatest regions of mountain, ice, snow and forest in North America.
It is a giant river in its lower reaches, often flowing at rates overcubic feet per second, while its headwater tributaries flow down steep, rocky gorges. The Chitina Lower Copper and Chitina Rivers book Personal Use Fishery is restricted solely to the waters of the mainstem Copper River between the downstream edge of the Chitina-McCarthy Bridge and Alaska Department of Fish and Game regulatory markers located on an east-west line crossing the Copper River about yards upstream of Haley Creek (in Wood Canyon).
Fishing turned out to be very good Saturday. The river is at a good level, we are seeing some of the biggest copper river reds that I have ever seen. Only 1 week left to book a charter with Sam and I.
# fill the freezer. Original post. The Chitina Dipnetters will be sending two representatives to the December,Board of Fish meeting in Cordova. 04/18/ Copper River Salmon Harvesters Roundtable. CDA participated in the third Copper River Salmon Harvesters Roundtable in February, organized by The Copper River Watershed Project.
04/18/ Chitina Roundup. CDA. Description: The Sonar on the Copper River is located at the outlet of Miles Lake, about 70 miles from the Chitina dipnet takes approximately 2 weeks for salmon to travel this distance, but this is highly variable depending on the water level.
The water levels listed here are an indication of the general trends in the Copper River but may not be indicative of what is occurring at. Unique fishing methods on the Copper River, Alaska. The extremely murky waters of the Copper River promote alternative fishing methods to catch.
The Chitina River (Ahtna Athabascan Tsedi Na’ [ː.näʔ] copper" + na’ "river") is a mile ( km) tributary of the Copper River in the U.S.
state of Alaska. It begins in the Saint Elias Mountains at the base of Chitina Glacier and flows generally northwest through the Wrangell–St. Elias National Park and Preserve to meet the smaller river near Chitina.
With over 25 years experience fishing on the Copper River, the experts here are sure to give you a fishing expedition to remember. Hem and Copper River Charters Home. The Chitina River is the principal eastern tributary of the Copper River, draining the entire southern slope of the Wrangell Mountains and much of the north-facing slope of the Chugach Range.
In the Ahtna language the Chitina is called Tsedi Na' or 'copper river.' In other words, it is the true Copper River. To reach the start of this section you'll be coming from the Tana River, 75 miles upstream of the Copper Confluence or from a run on the Nizina River, 55 miles upstream of the Copper.
Once the Chitina River ends at the confluence with the Copper, you can either pullout or continue another miles on the Copper and out to the Gulf of Alaska. Fishing the Copper River at Chitina, Alaska - Duration: Kent Jakuszviews.
How to Dipnet for Salmon at Chitina: Part 1 - What You Need - Duration: Located along the world famous Copper River, a major benefit of living here is direct access to the best red salmon fishing in the world.
The property is in one of the last unincorporated areas of Alaska and the USA, there are currently no property taxes or building restrictions. I'm a fan of Krueger and his work O'Connor series and this installment didn't disappoint.
I accidentally read this book out of order and have to go back and read Mercy Falls. But each book can stand on it's own and Copper River has a compelling story, engaging characters and a satisfying s: Upper Copper River Salmon Escapement; Statewide Fish Count Database Search; Historical Escapement.
Fish Counts; Fish Counts; Fish Counts; Fish Counts; Fish Counts; Fish Counts; Water Levels. Copper River Near Chitina; Copper River At O’Brien Creek; Copper River at Million Dollar Bridge; Klutina River at Copper Center.
Dipnetting the Copper River: General Overview. The Copper River is a tremendous fishery in several ways. Although the size of the sockeye run is historically about 12% smaller than the the sockeye run on the Kenai, it presents many attributes that make that fishery, in.
Plate I. Map of lower Copper River and Chitina Valleys --Plate II. Reconnaissance map of upper Chitina Valley, Alaska --Plate III. Geologic reconnaissance map of upper Chitina Valley, Alaska. Series Title: Bulletin (Geological Survey (U.S.)), no.
Other Titles: Map of lower Copper River and Chitina .The Copper River is divided into two sub districts for management purposes. Users may participate in only ONE of these two fisheries in any regulatory year. The Chitina Subdistrict is classified as a personal use fishery, and dipnets are the only allowable gear.
Sport fishing license is required for this fishery.Fish the Tonsina River, Klutina River, Gulkana River and Copper River with one of our top level fishing guides. Grove's is one of the most experienced fishing guide services in the area. We are located in the heart of Alaska's Copper River Basin.
The Upper Copper River region of Alaska is well-known for it's massive run of wild Pacific salmon.