Willow Creek is a beautiful clear water stream famous for salmon and trout fishing. This is my home river, and it is full of fish. Due to it's location on the road system north of Anchorage, it is well loved. Many good trout and salmon are caught, but you must have the right approach to be successful. Give it shot for the ten pound rainbow, or the fifty pound King salmon. Half day and full day trips are available all season. In addition, overnight King salmon trips are offered during the King run. This is especially important as we take advantage of the midnight sun to maximize the potential for your trophy King salmon.
Lake Creek is a seven to ten day float trip in the Alaskan wilderness. Lake Creek is a clear water jewel that flows from the southern edge of the Alaska Range. Spectacular views of Denali (Mt McKinley) and the Alaska Range dominate the upper part of the river. Historic mining ruins can be found in the brush near the river. Pan for gold and find some! Well known as a premier destination for trophy Kings and prolific Silver salmon, this river is also known for fantastic Rainbow trout and Grayling fishing. Count on sighting bears, moose, and other residents of the surrounding forest. The upper river is fantastic hiking, with Denali, the Kahiltna Glacier, and the entire southern side of the Alaskan Range in full view. I have been on this river since 1984, you can be sure that I will put you on the fish. Cost per person, minimum two, $2750 five days, $3000 seven/ten days from Anchorage.
The Kisaralik and Kwethluk are two fantastic rivers on the western edge of Alaska. Both are accessed from Bethel, Alaska and are tributary the Kuskokwim River. You will be hard pressed to find a more remote destination, teeming with salmon, trout, and wildlife. The best of the best, these two Alaskan destinations should be on every fisherman’s lifetime list of places to visit. Look for the biggest of Alaskan Rainbows in these prolific rivers. Cost $4000 per person minimum two from Bethel.
For fall Steelhead we go to the Anchor River. On the road system, we either camp or stay in a hotel. The whiskey colored water regularly produces 15 to 20 pound steelhead. The worse the weather, the better the fishing! Cost $250 per person per day, guiding only, from Anchor Point.
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