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Talachulitna Creek and Talachulitna River Professional Review and Guide
"From headwaters flowing off Beluga Mountain, the Talachulitna River courses south then northerly for 64 miles to join the Skwentna River. Talachulitna Creek, a major tributary, begins northwest of Judd Lake and flows easterly through Talachulitna and Judd lakes to empty into the Talachulitna River. A small clearwater river with excellent fishing, the Tal is one of Southcentral Alaska's most popular fly-in float-fishing trips. Tal Creek is shallow, meandering, and narrow. Beaver dams occasionally go across the main channel."
--Karen Jettmar, The Alaska River Guide (Menasha Ridge Press).
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