Fly Fishing, Alaskan Style
Fly Fishing, Alaskan Style
Alaska, considered as the fly fishing capital of the world has an abundant of locations for anglers worldwide to share. This magical coast is home to numerous lakes, rivers, and streams that are filled with different species of fish. Millions flock to our forty ninth summer fly fishing packages Missoula state every year to take in the wonder of its beauty and to enjoy a wilderness experience.
Alaska fly fishing is one of the most fascinating experiences that you’ll remember. As a matter of fact, fly fishing in Alaska is a multi-million dollar a year business, as fishermen from all over the world gather there to hook some of the largest fish and take in the magnificent scenery this place has to offer.
Fly fishing can be an awesome adventure for both, the experienced and beginner fishermen. Alaska has so much to provide visitors who conclude that fishing is the way to go. There are literally thousands of miles of rivers and streams to fish for such trophy species such as Coho salmon, rainbow trout, and award-winning pike. Yet still the question remains, where are the best spots?
One might argue that Lake Creek is one of the best fly fishing spots in Alaska, yet another might believe that the To-toy-lon River is better. No matter what one believes, most anglers agree that the Kvichak River is by far the most famous Alaskan river to fish because its home to Alaska largest Rainbow trout.
And then there are the many lodges in Alaska; some are fly-in only meaning they can only be reached by floatplane or train. Yet at almost all Alaskan lodges, one can fish yards away from their cabin. One of the best places to visit in Alaska is the Wilderness Place lodge, located on Lake Creek which is northwest of Anchorage. At this all-inclusive lodge you’ll receive excellent personal service, fine dining, private cabins and affordable fishing packages.
The To-toy-lon River is another great fly fishing destination in Alaska. This is a 20-mile long clear water river located in the mountains of Denali National Park. The river has good runs of king and silver salmon and because of that; there are an abundant of large rainbow trout to catch. Because the waters are colder, you can expect to catch your share of artic grayling as well. Each new tide brings in a new crop of fish, so there is always a great chance of catching not one but several fish on every trip.
And then there’s the Kvichak River, where you can find some trophy-sized rainbow trout. This is a beautiful river with easy access to Bristol Bay where you’ll find the very best Alaska Fly Fishing. This river provides you an abundant of Rainbow Trout, King Salmon, Arctic Char, Silver Salmon, Grayling, and more! There are plenty of places where you can find fishes and your guide will ensure that your coolers are well stocked.
Alaska is an exceptionally beautiful place to visit; filled with fun, adventure and majestic scenery like never seen before. The waters in Alaska are praised for their abundance of fish and the surroundings full of wildlife.