Top 10 Alaska Fly Fishing Guides
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Alaska Clearwater Sportfishing fishes the waters around Copper Landing and why not. This is the upper Kenai River, Kasilof, and Russian River areas. One of the things that sets guides apart on the Kenai is the types of permits they hold. Zach holds all three permits for this area and that means you get to fish where others cannot.
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FishHound Expeditions is a professionally guide-owned guide-operated service that offers its guests the best of Alaska Fly Fishing Trips along many of Alaska's best rivers. They bring over 30 years of combined guiding experience, and in their downtime, they fish these rivers too. They are truly fishing masters.
Full Day: $200 to $299 Per Person
Alaska Rivers Company sits just off of the Sterling Highway in Cooper Landing and along the shores of the Kenai River. Getting here is fairly easy. You can drive from Anchorage in about 2.5 hours or you can fly into any of a number of small local airports, such as the one in Sterling.
Alaska Rivers Company offers guided rafting and fishing trips along the upper Kenai River and around the Spencer Glacier area.
Denali Fly Fishing Guides offers remote fly fishing trips for Arctic Grayling and Trout throughout the Cantwell area. Cantwell is a 212-mile drive from Anchorage, and the Denali Fly Fishing Guides sit just off of Alaska Route 3 - the George Parks Highway making this an easy place to find. Fishing here is intense as you have easy access to both the Fish Creek and the Jack River both of which eventually feed into the Nenana River. Expect top fly fishing for Arctic Grayling. Guests also have the opportunity to catch some Rainbow Trout as well with a day trip south to the Chulitna River drainage.
The Cooper Landing Fishing Guide is Kenai River focused service that guides fishermen and fisherwomen through some of the world's best fishing waters. The Kenai River is a world-famous river, and Cooper Landing is lucky enough to exist near the start of this majestic river.
Full Day: $200 to $299 Per Person; $500 to $599 Per Person
Dave Fish Alaska is based out of Talkeetna, Alaska. They offer a range of float trips that include master fishing expeditions and family rafting and fishing adventures. In addition to guided float trips, these guys offer a DIY option. In fact, your fishing and rafting options include full day and half day adventures with fly-in fishing and helicopter fishing too.
The Double Haul Fly Fishing is an outstanding guide service that focuses on fly fishing on the Kenai River. They offer a fly fishing training course so that you can feel comfortable and confident about fly fishing for big Trophy Fish. The Kenai River is home to big Silver Salmon, Bigger Rainbow Trout, a cool run of Fall Steelhead, and plenty of Sockeye Salmon. If you need lodging, the Double Haul Fly Fishing can help as they have guesting relationships with several lodges throughout the Kenai Peninsula.
Jason's Guide Service provides professional and skilled fishing on the Kenai River from Cooper Landing to the Mouth and for Trophy Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden, Silver Salmon, and Sockeye Salmon. Jason specializes guided fly fishing and offers year-round fishing including ice fishing.
Full Day: $200 to $299 Per Person; $900+ Per Person
Alaska Troutfitters is an amazing blend of every aspect of fly fishing that you can imagine. The fully stocked fly shop is stocked with industry professionals too. They are all happy to share their knowledge, teach you tricks or give you tips on how to fish the Kenai and Russian rivers or the Quartz and Crescent creeks. That's just a stop on your way to your own Alaska Fishing Trip adventure or on your way to the lodge. Their Lodge is the Riverfront Lodging and sits along the fish-rich stretch of the Upper Kenai River. Alaska Trout Fitters are guides, fishermen, and hosts that offer fishermen and their families a blend of traditional wilderness and luxury living in Cooper's Landing.
The BoatMan's Fly Fish 'n' Drift is just 100 miles from Anchorage and sits along the fabled Kenai River. This is the river that currently holds the world record for the largest King Salmon caught by a sports fisher. Cooper Landing is an ideal location for anyone who wants experience all that the Kenai Peninsula has to offer.