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Timing Is Everything

So Lean On Us For The Best Advice!

While we offer our multi-day wilderness float trips from early June through late September, one should note the Alaska fishing season is relatively short and revolves around the life cycle of the five species of Pacific salmon. The salmon arrive in Alaska's rivers not only at different times but at periods that can vary from watershed to watershed.

This availability of the salmon, and whether they are pre-spawn, actively spawning, or post-spawn can strongly influence the behavior of resident species, the rainbow trout, grayling, and char, and where in a watershed they are available to anglers as they follow the life dance of the salmon. What phase the salmon are in, and where they are in the watershed goes far towards explaining how a particular week can offer average fishing yet have epic fishing in the same area the next.

No matter when you are here, we will put you on the best fishing holes, one after another, all day long as you present your hook to fish from one of our custom-built inflatables or while wading, and while doing so experience the whole of the rivers we float, rather than just a few miles from a lodge.

So, which trip is right for you? Just ask, and we will use our years of experience to help select the trip that best fits your group's interests and desires.

We could easily say we have such and such trip open and sell you on that. However, we want to hear what you have to say, find out what you are looking for then let our decades of experience guide you to the trip that best meets those expectations. So give us a call and discuss your group's desires in an Alaska fishing trip.

Go ahead, pick up the phone, dial 1-877-235-2647. Operators are standing by, ok, maybe not an operator, most likely, you will get Paul the owner. While he will field your calls at 3 am it might be best to wait until he gets that first cup of coffee in the morning. Or, call and leave a message on the machine, follow it up with an email containing your name and phone number, and he will return your call ASAP.

For those of you on the east coast, please call just before or anytime after lunch as we are four hours earlier in the day up here in Alaska.

We look forward to talking with you soon!