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- Type: Float Trips
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Self Guided Fishing
- What we fish for: King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Pink Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char, Northern Pike, Arctic Grayling, Chum Salmon, Dolly Varden, Sheefish
With a selection of 9 plus Rivers to choose from we will work hard to find a river that matches your rowing skills, your adventure goals and your fishing needs. I work closely with you and your group to put you on the best river to meet your requirements. Our goal is to have an excited and safe adventure in the ALaskan WIlderness. A Do-it-yourself trip is not easy but it is very rewarding and at a price that will keep you coming back year after year.
The Rivers and the Float Alaska
The Ankiak River meanders for 140 miles. It is more of an advanced river with plenty of heavy rowing. Expect All five species of Pacific Salmon.
The Arolik River stretches for 45 miles through the tundra. This is a river that requires moderate experience, but the rowing is fairly easy. It is home to all five species of Pacific salmon.
The EeK River is 75-miles and perfect for beginners. The rowing is easy, and you get to travel through the tundra. It is a Salmon rich river.
The Goodnews River is 60 miles of easy rowing and is also good for beginners. Lots of Salmon.
The Holitna River is 85 miles of easy rowing and plenty of outstanding fishing.
The Izavieknic River is a short 12 miles of easy rowing and makes an outstanding place for Salmon fishing.
the Kanektok River is about 100 miles long and requires a little more experience. Plenty of moderate rowing and all five species of Pacific Salmon.
The Kisaralik River is 100 miles long and requires expert float experience and a lot of moderate rowing.
The Kwethluk River is 100 miles long and requires intermediate to advances floaters.
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