Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice
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    Fish Enrich the Refuge

    With 1,500+ miles of streams and rivers, and many deep clear lakes, fish habitat abounds here and 33 types of fish live on the refuge.

News

Togiak River Sportfish Guiding Proposals

The refuge is offering an opportunity for sport fishing guides to provide commercial services on the Togiak River within the refuge. Submissions due by February 1, 2021.

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Rivers of Livelihood

The clean, free-running streams of Togiak Refuge's 35 river systems are key to the commercial, cultural and ecological livelihood of the region. In a place without roads, rivers remain the natural travel corridors - for fish, wildlife, local residents and visitors.

Togiak Tracks and Trails

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Take a moment to catch up on recent Refuge news and activities through our seasonal newsletter - Tracks and Trails.

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See a trout that had a belly full with 19 shrews and a pair of antlers that tell the tale of two mighty moose who clashed and then were locked together forever. Read about what is happening on Togiak Refuge this week.

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About the NWRS

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The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America's fish, wildlife, and plants.

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