Guided Alaska Fishing with Willie Dvorak

Guided Alaska Fishing

Guided Alaska Salmon FishingAlaska fishing is one of the most exciting things to do in Alaska. A remote Alaska fishing trip is one of the trips nearly every sportsman in the world has dreamed of. Your dreams of flying into a remote area of Alaska to fish for several days with your friends or family is about to become a reality. Whether you are a fly fisherman or you like to use spinning tackle, you will get your fill of fishing on this trip. Plan to fish a lot and plan to get an eyeful of some of the most spectacular mountains, glaciers, and landscapes in the world.

The best fishing takes place in August. June through September also offer great fishing. It seems that most people are most interested in having fishing for salmon, however, and that means we should probably set you up to fish in August. There are five types of salmon that inhabit Alaska waters. The most popular are the silvers (Coho). Reds (Sockeye), kings (Chinook), chum (Dog) and humpy (pink) also make their runs up the many rivers that drain the awesome mountains of Alaska’s interior as they make their way up from the ocean to spawn and then die.

Other fish that can be available to target are artic char, dolly varden, lake trout, rainbows, pike, sheefish, and the most common fish of the Alaska waters, the hard fighting Artic grayling. Success for these fish is not so calendar specific. It is possible to catch several kinds of fish during any given day. The wide range of fish means you can catch your menu for lunch, dinner, and/or breakfast. Besides fish, your menu will consist of a wide variety of foods. This trip will be a very relaxing experience. Be ready to have a lot of fun.

The camp consists of tents, cots, and all of the gear that we will need to make your trip memorable. The tents are very comfortable and offer plenty of room for each person. You need to bring only your personal gear and fishing equipment. Plan to have a great time.

Cost is $3,000/person self guided, or $3,600/person guided based on two person minimum. It is a 5 day fishing trip. Trips start in Anchorage or Lake Iliamna depending on the species targeted. (You will need to make plans to get to Anchorage or Lake Iliamna where you will meet your bush plane pilot for the ride out. The meeting location is dependent on where the good fishing is and the species that you are targeting.) The itinerary is to have you fly in the morning of the first day so you can spend the rest of that day fishing, fish the next four days, and then the plane will take you out on the 5th day. If your group would like a longer or short trip, I can customize your trip for you. The cost of your non-resident fishing license is $55.   Give me a call and I will take you on a trip of a lifetime. My cell number is 605-228-8162.

Below are some photos for you to look at. ** There are more photos on additional photo pages. **

Fishing with Willie in Alaska

Fishing with Willie in Alaska

Fishing with Willie in Alaska

Alaska Salmon Fishing

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This is the Super Cub that will fly to camp.

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West view of one of the remote camps.

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East view of one of the remote camps.

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The sleeping quarters. These 8 and 10 foot Bomber/Hurricane tents
have cots for two people per tent and have plenty of room. I have
personally experienced these tents holding up in 70 mph winds.
They are the best in the industry!

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Salmon spawning and giant rainbows chasing the eggs. You can see
the salmon very easily ... can you see the giant rainbows eating
the roe (eggs)? We fish during great salmon runs of humpy, king,
reds, silvers and dog salmon while at the same time fishing for
giant rainbows, lake trout, arctic char, grayling, sheefish,
dolly varden, and/or pike. There are liberal daily/possession limits
and plenty of opportunity for shore lunch fresh fish.

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This is one of the feeder streams loaded with salmon and rainbows in an
awesome remote fishing area. Some of these salmon travel up to 600 miles
upstream to spawn. These types of fishing areas are fly-in only.

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Tiny salmon and trout stream.

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Salmon in the mouth of a feeder stream. There is always a chance
to view bears catching salmon while we are fishing.

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Father and son with a nice Rainbow.

There are more photos on additional photo pages.