561.222.9416 (September-May)
907-246-1510 (June-August)

The 2017 season will run from Saturday to Saturday in order to offer the best possible start date in late June, early July to capitalize on the run times for salmon.  New to 2017 will be the addition of a week 10, targeting specifically silvers and rainbows.  With 2 jet boats to access the braids for great trout fishing, and our location in the center of the tidewater, we are equipped to take up to 6 guests pre day in the braids while the other 6 are back in the tidewater battling salmon.

Week 1– July 1- July 8, Sockeys and kings in the tidewater, rainbows on mice and streamers in the braids

Week 2– July 8 – July 15, Sockeys, kings, and chums in the tidewater, rainbows on mice and streamers in the braids

Week 3– July 15 – 22, Sockeys, kings, and chums in the tidewater, rainbows on mice and streamers in the braids

Week 4– July 22- July 29, kings, chums, and a few silvers in the tidewater, rainbows starting to switch to egg patterns

Week 5– July 29 – August 5,  Kings, chums, and silvers in the tidewater, rainbows on egg patterns in the braids

Week 6-August 5 – August 12, Silvers and  chums in the tidewater, rainbows on egg patterns and flesh flies in the braids

Week 7– August 12 – August 19, Silvers and chums in the tidewater, rainbows on egg and flesh patterns

Week 8– August 19 – August 26, Silvers and chums in the tidewater, rainbows on egg and flesh patterns

Week 9– August 26 – September 2, Silvers in the tidewater, rainbows on egg and flesh patterns

Week 10– September 2 – September 9, Silvers in the tidewater, rainbows on eggs and flesh patterns

All weeks have spectacular fly-out fishing opportunities in nearby Katmai National Park, targeting rainbows, char, and grayling.

All 3 species of rainbows, char, and grayling can be targeted in the braids via our jet boats for a day trip involving no flying at all.