Susitna North, Alaska CDP
I'm Tanya and I live off the grid in a bus named the Albatross.
I have heard other people say both recently and long ago, that Alaska just becomes home to some people. It is very hard to try to explain. It's hard for me to understand, myself. It is true, though. I haven't gone anywhere else in a long time. And when I did, it just felt weird. I used to want Susitna North to be recognized as an area, independent of the surrounding namestakes. I have recinded that stance. Passers by can continue as they may, and allow us to remain. I am the author of this website.
Angler Hostess Semi Guide
Local perspective of Sheep, Goose, and Montana Creeks for independent Anglers. Susitna North is aka Willow, Talkeetna, Sunshine, and the Y. It is actually in between Talkeetna, Willow, and Trapper Creek. Not very many people notice us as they are going through. At a couple of points in time I thought this should change. I have since decided that it's actually just perfect the way it is. I have a fly fisherman as a companion. Before we met I had an Associates of Science in Fishery Technology. After it became apparent that I couldn't shake Dave, I set out to find a place that would make his habit easy to accommodate from home. He warned me about this addiction to fly fishing. It's true. He's an absolute addict. I have more places than he does because I don't actually fish much. I like to explore and can do things without a pole in my hand, like drive, in the the summer. My appreciation for fish lends more to husbandry and caring about their environment. In order to preserve our lifestyle I need to make a living. That is why I am offering to take a few Anglers out. I am not going to hold your pole for you. I can make your bucket list trip to Alaska a lot more comfortable if you want to walk my creeks. I am working with a friend on his 40 acres to open a private Anglers club. The story of "the Creek" is not something I am even going to try to put down here. Maybe if you come, I will take you there.