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Chugach backcountry is filled with secret fishing spots, hidden lakes, and some of the most outstanding fishing around. It's a great option for those who love the adventure of fishing wild and trophy fish. You've got 3 options when you fish with Chugach Backcountry Drift Boat, Power Boat or for the more adventurous type they offer hike-in fishing trips to smaller streams & lakes. Guests ofÂ Chugach Backcountry have access to much of the Kenai Peninsula. This includes fishing the Kenai and Russian Rivers or heading inland to catch monster Rainbow Trout in one of the many lakes.Â
Getting here is an easy drive. They are located in Moose Pass which is just off the Sterling Highway - Alaska Highway 1. From Anchorage, this is about 2-hours drive south from Anchorage.Â
Fishing withÂ Chugach Backcountry
Chugach Backcountry also offers winter ice fishing and a derby. Winter in Alaska is an awesome time to fish.
The Fishing TripsÂ
He has most of the gear you will need but check with him about what you need to bring. Expect quality guides, good equipment that is well-maintained, and plenty of opportunity to target the types of fish you want. Keep in mind that the Salmon runs are not predictable, but there is plenty of options for fish to target.Â Reach out to Corey to find out more about the fishing options with Chugach Backcountry.
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