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The arctic grayling is primarily an inhabitant of northern waters. It can be found from the Hudson Bay west through northern and central Canada to Alaska as well as in Siberia. The best fishing for this species is in Alaska’s and northern Canada’s rivers and lakes, including Great Bear Lake, Great Slave Lake, Reindeer Lake, and others. They are a superb sport and food fish. They are primarily taken by fly fishing.

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