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White Mountains National Recreation Area

Hunting and Fishing

The White Mountains National Recreation Area is open to sport hunting. Game species include moose, caribou, black bear, grizzly bear, sheep, wolf and wolverine. Alaska Hunting Regulations can be found at http://www.wildlife.alaska.gov.

Fishing from a canoe in the White MountainsFishing is a common sport in the White Mountains National Recreation Area. Arctic grayling is the most common sport species found, along with northern pike and burbot. The Nome Creek valley supports a catch-and-release fishery for Arctic grayling and has special rules and seasons. Alaska Fishing Regulations can be found at www.sf.adfg.state.ak.us.