Sportquest Holidays only offer the best place to go Salmon fishing in Alaska. Alaska Salmon fishing trips are something to behold. All our Alaska fly fishing lodges allow you to target multiple species. Coho Salmon, Chum Salmon, King Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, and Pink Salmon. If Alaska Trout Fishing is your thing, we also offer Alaska fly fishing guided trips.
One thing that is very important when fly fishing in Alaska is timing. Salmon run up the rivers in time to spawn, and the exact time they arrive at each river is slightly different. Also, the five different species of Salmon have different peak arrival times in each river. Therefore it is Sportquest Holidays extensive knowledge that makes sure we put you at the right lodge, at the right time. Subject to your requirements. Make sure to follow us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube Channel to stay up-to-date on the latest Fly Fishing Alaska Videos.
Alaska Fly Fishing trips for Salmon & Trout fall into three main areas. The first and most well-known is Bristol Bay. Most of Bristol Bays rivers originate among the granite peaks of the Aleutian Range. They fall within the protection of the world-famous Katmai National park. These rivers are famous among fly fishing anglers all over the world. Any Salmon river Alaska holds is going to offer an amazing Alaska fishing experience.
The list of waterways includes Brooks River, Moraine Creek, Lower Talarik Creek, Kulik, Idavain and Copper River. Also included is the Gibraltar, Little Ku, Battle Creek, Agulawok River, Agulukpak River, Naknek River, Kvichak River, and Alagnak River.
Many of our lodges that fall within this region are fly out lodges. Each day you will depart for a day of fishing with your guides. This region is considered the best for a good all-round mixture of Salmon species. With Rainbows, Char, and Dollies all eager to eat your flies.
The region of Southwest Alaska is home to some fantastic big river systems. Such as the Kanetok River, Goodnews River, Arolik River, Aniak River, and Kisaralik River. Unlike the small streams of Bristol Bay, a fly fisher can fly in during the day. Then be back at the Alaska fly fishing lodge for a gourmet dinner in the evening. These are also incredible boating rivers. This region is probably the best region for catching King Salmon on the fly. Unlike the other major King salmon rivers which are huge, these rivers are of a more manageable size. Containing gravel bottoms, and a moderate to swift flow, perfect for swing flies right on the bottom.
South-central Alaska is most famous for the Kenai Peninsula and Kenai River. However, as this is the most populated area in Alaska, this also means this large river system gets heavily fished. Mainly by locals just looking to fill their freezers up with Salmon. Customers don’t tend to return here as there are very few fly-only fishing spots.
Whatever your preference in methods or type of Salmon & Trout. Our experienced guides are here to help find your dream Alaska fly fishing holiday abroad.
Are you looking to travel and fish but don’t have people to go with, don’t worry. We created our Single Anglers Club, and we also run exclusive Sportquest Holidays guided Alaska fly fishing trips. Perfect for individuals who want to experience fishing trips but don’t have anyone else who wants to travel.
Contact us today, and we’ll help you find the best fly fishing holidays in Alaska suited to your personal goals. If you are interested or have any questions about Fly Fishing for Salmon in Alaska, feel free to contact us via our website. You can also request a free brochure, or call us on 01603 407596.