Fishing & Hunting Alaska


GUIDES

Alaska Bush Adventures
Alaska Bush Adventures, a specialist in big game hunting for Alaska bears and moose.   We operate in a very remote and secluded area of Western Alaska and have two base camps which are accessible only by a bush plane on floats or a Piper Cub wheel plane.

Catch and Release Fishing
Lake Clark Air and The Farm Lodge have specialized in catch-and-release fishing in southwest Alaska for over 30 years. Fed by the massive runs of wild salmon through Bristol Bay and the western Cook Inlet streams, our area offers world-class fishing for Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char, Arctic Grayling, Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Sockeye Salmon, Silver Salmon, King Salmon, Pink Salmon, and Chum Salmon.

Birght Water Alaska
Fishing in Alaska by float trips is for the adventurer who enjoys flyfishing. Alaskan sportfishing guides trips are remote, accessible only by floatplane, and flow through some of the finest wilderness left in North America. The trips are timed to coincide with the best seasonal fishing Alaska has to offer.


ALASKA FISHING AND HUNTING REGULATIONS

Alaska Department of Fish and Game-Hunting
Alaska offers a variety of hunting opportunities, many of them world class. The options include taking kids grouse or hare hunting along back roads in the Interior, filling the freezer with muskox, or conducting a once-in-a-lifetime brown bear or mountain goat hunt in the Southeast rainforest or along the Southcentral coast.

Alaska Department of Fish and Game-Fishing
Fishing in Alaska comes in multiple flavors. Tens of thousands of people harvest and feast on salmon, halibut, crab, trout, and other varieties of finfish and shellfish under subsistence, personal use, and sport fishing regulations. Connoisseurs of the art of angling try their skills in wilderness and urban settings. Guides, lodges and charter operators provide residents and visitors with memorable fishing experiences and contribute significantly to our tourism industry and economy.