Frequently Asked Questions
What is included?
Included in the quoted price is all the accommodation on the trip, flights, meals, flies, gear, taxes, permits and guiding. The price we quote at the time of booking is the price you pay. We DO NOT have any hidden fees or additional taxes at the conclusion of your trip.
What is not included?
Airfare to Alaska, gratuities
What is the weather like?
Weather greatly varies across the angling season and the location of your trip. Some generalizations though are that June is normally the driest and warmest month. July can be a mix of light rain and sunny days. August and September are generally wetter and windier with nice days mixed in. October and November see the first snows and days are notable shorter. A good way to sum up an Alaskan summer day is 2-3 days of partly sunny, 2-3 days of cloudy and 2-3 days of rain. Plan on a temperature range of 35-65.
Where does the trip start?
Our trips either start in King Salmon, Kenai, Anchorage or Kodiak Alaska depending on the trip.
Is a float trip right for me?
Float trips offer a great diversity of water and the best access to angling all day. If your primary focus is angling time on the water a float trip can't be beat. You can fish sun up to sun down and beyond if your stamina allows. Float trips are also better for less mobile people contrary to what most anglers think. A normal fly out experience might include miles of walking and wading. Often times a float trip requires minimal walking as rafts are utilized to access all water. Waders though can expand their horizons.
Is a lodge trip or B&B trip right for me?
If a nightly roof and bed are requirements; one of our lodge trips or B&B stays are right for you. Accommodations vary and are discussed prior to booking.