Alaska: Land your 2024 Fishing Reservation Now!

We have just completed the final weeks of the Alaska fishing season and the booking process is already starting for 2024! Now is the ideal time to get your Alaska fishing reservations set for the season. Most lodges are closing for winter and locking down their remote lodges.

The Alaska fishing season generally kicks off the second week of June to early October in the Bristol Bay/Katmai region. We also have outstanding steelhead options in March, April, & October for those who can’t resist an energetic and large sea-run rainbow trout. Saltwater fishing for halibut/salmon/rockfish will start in May and run until later September out of Ketchikan. The fishing season is relatively short, and space fills quickly, especially at limited-capacity lodges that take 10 or less guests per week. We can accommodate both fly and spin fishing anglers to make it available to anglers of any experience level. Getting started now gives you the best opportunity to book prime space and get the travel dates you want.

We represent lodges and outfitters that are sure to fulfill your vision of the ultimate Alaskan fishing trip.  From luxury fly-out lodges to comfortable tent camps, to remote float trips -- we have something for everyone. Some offer daily fly-out fishing via float plane to different rivers every day and some are fixed-position lodges where you’ll fish from the lodge by jet boat daily. Whatever your lodging interest, whatever your species preference, we have options. Alaska offers some of the best rainbow trout fishing on the planet and trout fishing is wonderful season long with subtle nuances and presentations based on your month of travel.

Timing is everything and the window of opportunity is a brief one for Alaska. To learn more about a lodge that is right for you or your group, contact destination specialist, Tom Gilliland to discuss your ideal Alaskan adventure.

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Senior Program Manager

Specializes in Alaska and Canada fishing, South America fishing, and big game programs.