Kisaralik Fishing & Fly Fishing Trips

July 1st - September 15th

This river personifies western Alaska with its amazing views, crystal clear water and of course, amazing fishing & fly fishing for all 5 species of Alaska Salmon, along with Trout,  Arctic-Char & Grayling.  Like most of our rivers this fishing trip is ideally suited for 8-10 day trips.  After we land on Kisaralik Lake we will start our float trip down river.  The Kisaralik starts small, but gains size making its' way down river to where there is a large falls/rapid and depending on water flow boats may need to be lined & clients walk down & fish.  Below this we find stunning scenery and amazing runs to fish.  We start fishing & fly fishing trips on this river from the end of June chasing massive slabs of native Bows and Alaska King Salmon (pending ADF&G regulations) on this stunning river. The Kisaralik supports large amounts of other Salmon that make for excellent bead fishing later in the season as well as aggressive Silvers that gulp surface Polli-wogs!

We start by leaving Bethel in a float plane where we fly to Kisaralik Lake to start our 80 mile river journey of wild Alaskan water to our pickup point. We meet large power boats that will transport us back to Bethel quickly and efficiently. 

Pricing for this river varies on length of trip, call for details.

Trip upgrades:
The gear boat deluxe special is an additional boat & guide that accompanies you down the river to stay one step ahead preparing hot meals, hors d'oeurve's , & setting up camp ahead of you, your guide, & the rest of the group.  In addition we provide one night of fresh Alaskan King Crab to add to your Alaskan trip of a lifetime as well as an additional cold cooler to keep your beverages extra frosty.  Cost of this upgrade varies from river to river based on trip logistics. Call us for more details!

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Call our office to hear more personalized stories and descriptions of our trips! 907-382-1802