The 2020 Alaskan Fishing Season will run from Monday to Monday. Below are the weeks; Contact Us with questions.
Also, check out our 2017 Mid-Season Fishing Report and End-of-Season Alaska Fishing Report
June 8 – 14, 4 guests max, 2 fly-outs included, trout on MICE, streamers, and dry flies.
Nushagak Weeks, Kings galore on fly and or gear!
June 18 – 22
June 22 – 26
June 26 -30
June 30 – July 4
Week 1, June 29 – July 6, sockeye and king salmon in the tidewater, rainbows on mice and streamers
Week 2, July 6 – July 13, sockeye salmon, kings, and chum salmon in tidewater, rainbow trout on mice and streamers
Week 3, July 13 – 20, sockeyes, kings and chum salmon in tidewater, rainbows on mice and streamers
Week 4, July 20 – 27, sockeyes, large king salmon, and chum salmon in the tidewater, rainbows on mice and streamers
Week 5, July 27 – Aug. 3, end of the king season, chum, pink, and silver salmon, rainbows now switching to egg patterns
Week 6, August 3 – 10, silvers, chums and pinks in the tidewater, rainbows on eggs and flesh
Week 7, August 10 – 17 silvers, chums, and pinks in the tidewater, rainbows on eggs and flesh
Week 8, August 17 – 24 silvers, chums, and pinks in the tidewater, rainbows on eggs and flesh
Week 9, August 24 – 31 Silvers, and chums and pinks ending their run, rainbows on egg and flesh patterns
Week 10, August 31 – Sept. 7, Silvers and prime rainbow fishing for large trout both via fly-outs and our Alagnak Braids
All weeks have spectacular rainbow trout fishing both in our own Alagnak River Braids and fly-outs to nearby Katmai National Park for rainbow, char, dolly varden, and grayling fishing. Contact Us to Check Availability; as it is limited because of a large return rate.