The waters of the Alaskan wilderness are ripe for the picking when it comes to fly fishing. Our rivers, lakes, ponds, and streams are all home to some of the biggest and most stunning fish populations you’ll see anywhere in the world. We know where the best fishing spots in the area are, including some great remote fly-in spots, and we want to show you what makes them so special. Our guided fly fishing trips offer tons of gorgeous Sockeye and Silver Salmon, Grayling, Pike, and so much more.
Upper Kenai River Drift Fly Fishing Trip
Positioned deep in the Kenai Mountains, the Upper Kenai River stretches from Kenai Lake to Skilak Lake and offers some of the best fly fishing you’ll find anywhere in the world. Fishing opens on June 11th and runs through October. On this trip, you’ll use drift boats that take you quietly down the river. Look up from the water, and you’ll see an abundance of flora and wildlife like Dall sheep and soaring eagles.
Available Fish, Times, and Conditions:
- Rainbow Trout: June 11th – October; Catch & Release ONLY
- Dolly Varden: June 11th – October; Catch & Release ONLY
- Sockeye Salmon: June 11th- July; Two Fish Limit
- Silver Salmon: August – September; Three Fish Limit
$285 p/p – Full Day
Russian River Hike & Fishing Trip
The Russian River flows through the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, and is often full of amazing action for Rainbow Trout and Dolly Vardens. We recommend breathable chest waders when entering this river. Fishing for theseGuided and self-guided trips opens June 11th and stays open until September. Please remember, this land is native to Alaskan brown bears, so encountering one is a real possibility while one this trip.