anglers with the greatest variety in terms of
rivers covered, the potential species you can choose to fish for and how you fish over the courseof the week.
see the widest expanse of territory possible, ranging from smooth coastal streams to fast flowing rivers and everything in between.
We make vacation planning as easy as possible! Our highly trained adventure coordinators will work with you every step of the way to fully customize your week at the BEST rates! Packages include:
Is your thing is to try to fill the freezer? Or to have a picturesque mountain landscape as your back drop fly fishing on the Kenai River? You can choose to do one or all of the above on a typical fishing trip to Alaska.
If you know when you want to take a fishing trip to Alaska, you can decide how you want to fish. If you are looking to go ice fishing, you would come in the winter. But what about other methods used to catch fish during other seasons?
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A lot of anglers overlook what species of fish are available for harvest and which species are legally or ethically catch and release only. It is very important to follow Alaska Fish and Game Laws. Local ethics are important when it comes to fishing and harvesting fish in Alaska. Some species just aren’t normally harvested. Even though the regulations allow for harvest.
Most Salmon Species have harvest seasons and should be harvested ethically at their peak of freshness. Harvesting aged or older spawning salmon takes salmon off of the spawning beds. It also may result in harvesting inedible fish. This wastes a valuable resource. Our Alaska Salmon Fishing Guides know the rules and regulations well and will keep you up to date with the latest salmon fishing regulations.
Alaska Fishing for Trout species like Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden, Arctic Char and Grayling will have seasons for harvest on rivers, lakes and streams. However, in areas where they are wild (like here on the Kenai River), locals refuse to harvest them. It is frowned-upon to harvest them. The Kenai River is not stocked and wild stocks of fish are rare in today’s world. They are also highly valuable to the fishery and the local economy. Trophy fish are valued, so catch and release is advised.
If anglers wish to ethically harvest Salmon, Halibut and Rock Fish when they are fresh, guides and fishing charters will fillet them for you. There are local services that will process fish. They will portion, vacuum seal, deep freeze and ship them to your house.