Alaska Fishing Guides
Alaska offers you some of the most stunning and diverse landscapes in America. One minute you could be zip lining over the lush Boreal Forests, the next you could be ice climbing the "4,000-Miles Of Heartache". Yes, this really exists and it's not for the faint hearted! An Alaska guide can either take you on a grueling ice adventure or a slightly more relaxing freshwater fishing expedition.
We could write a whole book on Alaska fishing. Alaska has some of the best ice, freshwater and saltwater fishing in the world. There are over three million lakes in Alaska and limitless streams that can accommodate any style and any ability. You can fish for halibut all year round, but if you are interested in fishing for salmon, early May to September are the best times. In particular, the best time to fish for the popular Pink Salmon is between July and August.
Bear Viewing in Alaska
An Alaska guide can introduce you to all the three bear species. Alaska is home to black bears, polar bears and grizzlies. These bears have become the symbol of the Alaskan wild and bear viewing has become the most popular Alaska adventure. Some of the best bear viewing spots include Wolverine Creek, Books River Falls and the Katmai National Park. Expect to spend 10 hours gaining a unique inside view of their lifestyle and behavior.
The state of Alaska really cares about its wildlife. There are no endangered or threatened species in the Alaskan forests and the Tongass National Forest, the largest forest in the United States spanning 16.8 million acres, has only had 4% of its forest harvested in over 90 years. A testament to Alaskan preservation.
Alaska offers some of the best outdoor adventure experiences in the world. To make sure you don't miss a thing, contact one of the Alaska guides below and discover an in-depth itinerary.