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Talon Air Service Fly-In Fishing Trips
- Type: Charters & Guides
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
- What we fish for: Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Northern Pike, Arctic Grayling, Dolly Varden, Lake Trout
Talon Air Service - Fly-In Fishing Trips is based out of Soldotna, Alaska and at the heart of the Kenai Peninsula. The location is important because it offers fishers easy access to some of the best fishing spots on the globe - The Kustatan River, Big River Lakes, Wolverine Creek, Crescent Lake and Crescent River, and a host of other remote lakes or rivers that offer world-class fishing.
This is an arrangement that is quite beneficial to many visitors to the Kenai Peninsula. Maybe you are only here for a day or two and you'd like to experience the remote fishing opportunities that are so rich in Alaska- perfect. You can book a day trip and not have to have had to book lodging or X number of days with a guide.
All of the trips that Talon Air Service - Fly-In Fishing Trips offer are guided. They also offer a very wide territory of options and for usually able to accommodate special requests, such as a fly-out to Prince William Sound or an air hop over to Rainbow Lake.
Talon Air Service offers multiple trips so be sure to talk with them about fishing style (wading vs fishing from boat) & number of other guests on each trip to make sure you find the right option to suit what you are looking for out of your Alaska fishing experience.
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