No Other Place Like Alaska
The Types of Fish you will catch on your Alaska Fishing and Float Trip
Return home with the fondest of all Alaska fly fishing memories. There are rivers here in our part of Alaska where the fish die of old age having never seen a fly, we will take you there!
RAINBOW TROUT FLY FISHING
Rainbow Trout in the Iliamna region naturally grow to 18 pounds or larger. Rainbows are caught June through September. However, due to the return of millions of sockeye in the month of July, the most productive rainbow fishing is in the months of June, August, and September. We
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ARCTIC GRAYLING FLY FISHING
Grayling are God’s gift to light tackle fanatics. They are thick in many of our streams and will attack a fly all season long even in the worst of weather. Most grayling average 10 to 14 inches with trophies measuring 21 inches. Their good reputation comes from their susceptibility to dry flies and the gracefulness in which they take them.
ARCTIC CHAR FLY FISHING
What a sight to see! You can enjoy five different species of Pacific Salmon here in Alaska:
- Chinook (King) Salmon
- Sockeye (Red) Salmon
- Chum (Dog) Salmon
- Pink (Humpy) Salmon
- Silver (Coho) Salmon
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NORTHERN PIKE FLY FISHING
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LAKE TROUT FLY FISHING
This is Alaska’s largest freshwater fish, inhabiting large, deep, cold lakes with the best fishing just after ice-out. Lake Trout are not usually a target species for us but a welcome surprise when we do land one of these larger fish. We catch the majority of our “Lakers” in the outlets and inlets of the lakes where we start or end our floats.