Fishing our wild Alaska rivers offers the opportunity to experience nature at its best whether your method of fishing is fly fishing or spin fishing. Fishing is done directly from our Alaska fishing lodge in our 20′ custom built boats. Our experienced guides are all CPR and first-aid trained and Coast Guard Licensed. They are proficient in both fly and spin fishing and are there to assist you in catching fish. We provide top of the line G-Loomis rods with Shimano spinning reels or Abu Garcia Bait Casters.
We also have an ample supply of G-Loomis fly rods and reels for the anglers who would like to learn to Alaska fly fish. Whether the fish are upstream or at the mouth of the rivers, your fishing guide has a prop boat and a jet boat at their disposal to get you to the fish. Alaska King Salmon up to 65 lbs. are caught annually. The angling here is so productive, your daily bag limit is almost always achieved. Shortly after the king salmon run ends in mid-July, pinks and sockeyes arrive in large numbers. Even before the pinks and sockeyes leave, the silver salmon weighing in at 10 to 18 lbs. will start running. These fish come with incredible aerobatics and a very aggressive nature. We also offer Alaska Rainbow Trout Fishing, Arctic Grayling Fishing and Northern Pike Fishing. These fish are available all season with the most productive fishing in early June and late August through mid-September. Come joins our Alaska Fly Fishing Lodge for your next Alaska Fishing Trip.
It’s really important to do your research before you settle on a fishing trip in Alaska. The regulations are constantly changing, which affects which types of fish you can keep and how many. On top of that, the license requirements and costs can also change from year to year. Fortunately, we’ve put together a helpful selection of fishing planning guides that should be able to answer any questions you have.
Southcentral Alaska Fishing Regulations PDF