3 Day Katmai National Park Rainbow Trout Trek
The Trout Treks are designed for guests wanting to focus on the Bristol Bay region of Alaska where some the world’s largest wild Rainbow Trout are prolific. The Bristol Bay region is located on the Alaska Peninsula approximately 300 miles southwest of Anchorage. Treks begin and end from King Salmon. Dinner and overnight accommodations will be in King Salmon at lodges and B&B’s.
The areas fished are natural streams flowing into larger freshwater lakes abundant with Pacific salmon runs vital in the eco-system to provide the optimal habitat for trout. Targeted streams are located in Katmai National Park and Preserve accessed via floatplane and supplemented with rafts on longer streams. Walk and wade fishing is typical and can be tailored to suit the needs of each guest.
Trout Treks include your own private aircraft and pilot along with a professional fly fishing guide, all waders, rods, reels and terminal tackle. Fishing licenses are sold separately. Rafts may be used on one or more days depending on the time of season and focus and needs of the group.
3 days/ 3 nights beginning and ending in King Salmon
Available July 1st – September 15th
$5,330.00 Based on double occupancy
(Weight restrictions may apply)
Included: Private Air Charter daily for 3 days with pilot/ fly fishing guide, overnight accommodations in a quality lodge or B&B property in King Salmon, all meals, gear bag and hats, waders, rods, reels and terminal tackle.
Not included: Airfare to and from King Salmon, Alaska and your home; liquor, added activities, staff gratuities for Sky Trekking Alaska and fly fishing guides.
To view a detailed, day-by-day itinerary of the Trout Trek, click here.