Anvik River Alaska

The Anvik River is a 140-mile tributary of the Yukon River in the U.S. state of Alaska. It flows southeast from the Nulato Hills to its mouth on the larger river 1.5 miles north of Anvik. The annual production of summer chum salmon along the Anvik River is thought to be the largest in the Yukon River basin. The river has excellent fishing for four species of salmo…
The Anvik River is a 140-mile tributary of the Yukon River in the U.S. state of Alaska. It flows southeast from the Nulato Hills to its mouth on the larger river 1.5 miles north of Anvik. The annual production of summer chum salmon along the Anvik River is thought to be the largest in the Yukon River basin. The river has excellent fishing for four species of salmon as well as northern pike, sheefish, Arctic char, rainbow trout, and grayling.
  • Country: United States
  • State: Alaska
  • Census Area: Yukon–Koyukuk
  • Source: Nulato Hills
  • Mouth: Yukon River
  • Length: 140 mi (230 km)
Data from: en.wikipedia.org