Alaska Wilderness Fishing Trips
7 days, 6 nights
$3995.00 per person from Dillingham
Serene & beautiful
We think this is the best of the Alaska wilderness fishing adventures for Silver Salmon to be found anywhere based on the number, size and freshness of fish.
The Goodnews is a fisherman's dream river. It threads its way through the Ahklun Range and from the headwaters to our take-out, these emerald mountains are never far away. The river offers some of the finest fishing in Alaska. Up to 10 species of fish can be caught in a single float. The stars of the river are the Silvers. Add excellent fishing for trophy size Leopard Rainbows, extraordinary numbers of Dollies & Arctic Char, Grayling and even a few Lake Trout. Only the Goodnews has it all.
The Goodnews River is in the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge and we are one of only 2 operators permitted to guide float fishing trips on the river in any given week. We are limited to only 6 trips each year and they fill quickly. Book early if you want to float this spectacular river.
7 days, 6 nights
$3595.00 per person from King Salmon
It is an extraordinary experience to share this river with the bears of Katmai Park. They know good fishing too. The fishing is extraordinary and the river is beautiful.
The river begins in the Aleutian Mountains and flows through Katmai National Park.
It is a spectacular fishing trip and this float always delivers the chance to view bears fishing. The river offers few rapids and our guides easily sneak you through the only serious water. The attractions of the Alagnak are the great fishing, beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife. Up to 8 species of fish can be caught in a single float. King Salmon run up to 50 lbs. Silver fishing can be excellent with fish up to 15 lbs. But the river is host to literally millions of Red Salmon and this is why we return every July.
This is one of the great Trout streams of the world and a trip in September offers the opportunity to tie into a truly huge Rainbow. Fish over 10 lbs are not uncommon and most of the fish caught are over 20 inches long. Fall finds the tundra blazing with color and many animals down by the river. It is a great time to be in Alaska.
6 days, 5 nights
$2795.00 per person from Anchorage
Lake Creek is a great river for families and fishermen alike and perfect for those who want to float a beautiful wild river. Miles of fun whitewater, Mt. McKinley upstream, good fishing and wildlife.
Much of Lake Creek's 55 mile length is spiked with fun, 'boulder garden' style rapids. An old trappers cabin hints at the history of the river, upstream views frequently frame Mt. McKinley and short side hikes lead us to bountiful berry patches and excellent views of the Alaska Range.
Its rocky course creates many holes, pockets and drifts and much of the river is ideal for the fly fisherman. The river hosts good Salmon runs along with Rainbow Trout, dolly varden and Grayling fishing. This diversity makes Lake Creek one of the finest float trips in Alaska.
An optional extension will let you spend a few nights in Cooper Landing. Not only is this a great option for the fisherman who wants a few more days of prime fishing, it is a wonderful experience for the whole family.
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There is no road access to these rivers and factors including weather can affect our access to transportation. You should have a flexible schedule. If weather or other circumstances beyond our control prevent the safe conduct of any section of the planned itinerary, every effort will be made to arrange substitute transportation or an alternate itinerary. If the modified itinerary results in a savings in the operation of the tour, a refund will be made. If the change results in extra cost - for example hotel stays - this will be at the expense of the participants.
We highly recommend the purchase of traveler's insurance. There are several options on the internet and through any travel agent - ask for options tailored to adventure travel.