Fly Out Fishing

Fly out FishingSockeye (Red) Salmon (June-July)

Wolverine Creek- $350.00 pp, 3 person minimum
Fly west across Cook Inlet to the base of the Alaska Range. Fishing area is located where a small stream flows into a large lake. Water is usually very clear and the fish can be seen in large schools close to shore. This trip is a favorite not only for the great fishing, but it is an excellent place to view brown bear. Sightseeing enroute is great for brown bear, moose, seals, etc. The flight is about 25 minutes each way. Limit is 3 fish per person, per day. Morning or afternoon trips available. Allow for approximately 5 hours of fishing.

Silver Salmon (Late July-August-September)

Kustatan River or Big River Lakes – $350.00pp, 3 person minimum
Fly west across Cook Inlet to an area at the base of the Alaska Range. Lake fishing from a boat, or shore fishing on a river we will take you where the fishing is best. Depending on which location you fish, flight time is 20-25 minutes each way. Limit is 3 fish per person, per day. Morning or afternoon trips available. Allow for approximately 5 hours of fishing.

Fly out FishingArctic Char, Lake Trout, and Salmon Combo (June-Oct.)

$440.00pp 3 person minimum
Depart to the west of Kenai, across Cook Inlet. Your destination is a lake at the base of Mt. Redoubt. This is a very scenic flight past glaciers and a volcano in the Alaska Range. You may also see wildlife and sea life on this flight, including bear, moose, whales or seals. The best time for Arctic Char and Lake Trout are early June through September. The peak of the Sockeye salmon run is July 1-August 10. The peak of the silver run is late August through October 10th. This lake and river fishing trip includes a Boat and motor. Limits for Red or Silver salmon is 3 fish per day, per person. Trout limits are 5 fish per day, per person.

Rainbow Trout (June 15-September)

$395.00pp, 3 person minimum
Flight time: 30-45 minutes each way Trip route: Many of the lakes on the Kenai Peninsula and on the west side of the Cook Inlet offer good Rainbow Trout action. Size of fish and fishing techniques vary with each lake. We will take you to the best available fishing at that time. Fully guided.

Grayling (June – September)

$395.00pp, 3 person minimum
Flight time: 30-45 minutes each way Trip route: Heading east across the Kenai Peninsula we will take you into the clear, pristine lakes of the Kenai Mountains. Experience the thrill of top water strikes on a dry fly or just cast spinners for “big dorsal fin” Grayling.