Alaska Fly Anglers Inc is an Alaskan family owned and operated outfitter offering fly fishing trips throughout the vast fisheries of the state. We pride ourselves on the knowledge attained over decades of active guiding in Alaska. We specialize in small group trips with a personalized experience not found at the big lodge scene. In an industry often focused on volume over quality of experience we strive to set ourselves apart as professionals. Float trips the way float trips were intended. We also offer B&B based trips on Kodiak Island and lodge stays in varied regions of the state. Bristol Bay, The Alaska Peninsula, Kodiak Island and the Cook Inlet basin.
A fly fisherman since the age of eight, John pursued his fly fishing obsession from an early age. He obtained a Bachelors of Science in fisheries biology to further his knowledge of the fish he pursues for a living. He has followed this angling obsession through more than a dozen nations and thousands of localities always returning home though to the greatest fishery in the world, Alaska. As an outfitter, guide, biologist, floatplane pilot, and casting instructor John breathes both the fly fishing and Alaska lifestyle.
After catching his first Alaskan grayling at the age of 7, Cole began a lifelong passion for fly fishing. He has fished Alaska yearly from a young age. He is currently working to complete his degree in Fisheries Biology and Management at Michigan State University with the ultimate goal of landing permanently in Alaska. From working at a remote fishing lodge in Canada to guiding with Alaska Fly Anglers, Cole has developed into a knowledgable, able and friendly guide with a dedication to the sport.
Levi has been an ardent angler for nearly his whole life. A knowledgable, cheerful and excellent guide, Levi knows how and where to put his anglers onto fish. An expert two handed caster and spey angler, Levi’s experience guiding and working in remote Alaska began at a early age. Guide, pilot and certified A&P aircraft mechanic, Levi has learned to combine these aspects of Alaskan life as his daily mantra.