All of our fishing trips are fully guided, unless otherwise stated. The guides provide spinning gear, tackle and bait appropriate to the fishery is provided, and will clean the catch.
Fly-fishing equipment is NOT provided, although guides will provide appropriate flies if given notice that you will be using your own fly-fishing gear.
We strongly recommend that if you have your own hip boots or chest waders, you should use them. We have a limited supply of hip boots available to loan. You need to bring rain gear and lunch. Due to fluctuating fuel costs, we reserve the right to add a fuel surcharge at any time.
Fishing licenses can be purchased online at: https://www.adfg.alaska.gov/Store/
Chinook (King) Salmon
(late June – July 10th)
$795.00 pp / 6 person minimum
This is a full day trip, departing our base in Nikiski and flying over Cook Inlet, through Lake Clark Pass and on to the Nushagak River. The sightseeing on this trip is exceptional as you pass by or over glaciers, mountains, and wildlife. The flight is about 1 ½ hour each way, and you have 5 hours on the river. Fishing is done from shore or gravel bars. Daily limit is 2 per person, one under and one over 28 inches.
(early June - mid to late August)
$395.00 pp plus tax / 3 person minimum
Fly west across Cook Inlet to the base of the Alaska Range. Fishing area is located where Wolverine Creek flows into Big River Lakes. 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 bear. Sightseeing in route is great for bear, moose, and occasionally whales. The flight is about 25 minutes each way. 3 fish pp limit
(early June through mid to early August)
$475.00 pp plus $8.25 park fee and tax - 3 Person Minimum
Depart to the west across Cook Inlet. Your destination is Crescent Lake at the base of Mt. Redoubt. This is a very scenic flight passing glaciers and mountains in the Alaska Range. You may also see wildlife on this flight, including bear, moose, and whales . 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. This lake and river fishing trip uses a skiff to move around, with fishing done from shore or wading. Limit for salmon is 3 fish per day, and Trout limits are 5 fish per day, per person. Morning or afternoon trips available.
Coho (Silver) Salmon
Mid July – late September at various locations
Kustatan or Big River Lakes
$395.00 pp - 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 the river- Depending on which location you fish, flight time is 20-25 minutes each way. Morning or afternoon trips available. 3 pp limit
(mid July to mid to late August)
$475.00 pp – plus tax /3 Person Minimum
Fly west across Cook Inlet to an area at the base of the Alaska Range. Here you will stream fish in a clear river for Silvers. Chest waders are a requirement since you are dropped off in the river, truly an incredible Alaskan experience! Flight time is 20-25 minutes each way. Morning and afternoon trips. 3 fish pp limit
(mid July through mid to late August)
$495.00 pp plus tax - 3 Person Minimum
This is a great river for silvers, either on the fly or with spinning gear. Fly to a lake near the remote native village of Tyonek, a villager will assist us by driving you to the River. Once there you will fish for Rainbows in the spring and Silvers in the fall. There is some walking involved. Rainbow limit is 2, and we prefer catch and release on these. Silver salmon limit is 3 pp.
(late August through late September)
$475.00 pp, plus tax and park fee- 3 Person Minimum
Depart to the west across Cook Inlet. Your destination is Crescent Lake at the base of Mt. Redoubt. This is a very scenic flight passing glaciers and mountains in the Alaska Range. You may also see wildlife on this flight, including bear, moose, and whales . The best time for Arctic Char and Lake Trout are early June through September. The Silver salmon run traditionally shows up around the thierd week of August. There are also Arctic Char and Lake Trout in the lake. This lake and river fishing trip uses a skiff to move around, with fishing done from shore or wading. Limit for salmon is 3 fish per day, and Trout limits are 5 fish per day, per person. Morning and afternoon trips available.
$450.00pp –plus tax- 3 Person Minimum
Many lakes on the Kenai Peninsula 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. Flight time is 30-45 minutes each way. Limits vary depending on location.
(June - September)
$450.00pp - 3 Person Minimum
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. Flight time is 30-45 minutes each way.
(Late May through September)
$450.00 pp - 3 Person Minimum
Fish Alexander Lake in the Susitna River Drainage area for Northern Pike, surrounded by the mountains that are home to the famous Matanuska Valley area of Alaska. There is no limit on this species, and releasing live fish back into the water is prohibited!
Full Day Fishing Trips
These trips are designed for the anglers who want to go to more remote areas. Because of the distance you may travel to these areas, you get the added benefit of some awesome flight seeing. 4 hours of flight time allowed, and the plane stays with you through the day.
We can plan a custom day trip for you- just let us know your interests, the species you are looking for, or your available dates, and we can let you know what locations are available!
Number of Passengers Plane Price Per Day Charter
1 to 4 passengers Beaver $3,250.00
1 to 9 passengers Turbine Otter $6,000.00
$95.00 per person guide fee applicable if using our guide for a one stop trip, or $140.00 guide fee per person for a two stop trip. Reminder: If you book any of our day trips, you are responsible for full payment prior to departure. The only exception is if the weather does not allow any* flying on your reserved day, or we cannot fly due to mechanical problems. * If the weather does not allow the flight to the planned destination, you will be routed to the next available area.
*Any destination in a National Park will be assessed the fee for that Park. Current fees range from $6.00 to $14.00 per person, per day.