Fish and Float Alaska
If you have ever wondered what it would be like to go back in time with all the new gear you have on you right now to chase amazing fish from the banks of an Alaskan fishery - this is what you've been looking for.
No nonsense fish and float along the banks of the American Creek with your closest friends or family for days when the sun barely sets, in the midst of the pure Alaskan Wilderness.
This trip provides fun for everyone: fish dries, nymphs, eggs patterns, and streamers along the creek to catch big Leopard Rainbows, Char, and maybe even get a pic of some amazing wildlife while we row you down the stretch.
We will provide detailed packing lists for all your personal items and we will take care of everything else, camping and rafting gear, food, and all fishing equipment if needed. We provide a professional guide for every 2 guests who will row the boat, cook, and help you catch plenty of fish. An inclusive list of what to bring will be emailed to you.
Package Pricing $4,700 - 6 day / 6 night guided float trips.
2022 Dates: June 22-28, June 29 to July 5, and July 6-12.
Group Rates: Available upon request - email us!
Arrive in Anchorage anytime before 6:00 AM on the day of your departure for your 7:00 AM check-in at Lake & Peninsula Airlines (LPA).
LPA is located on Merrill Field airstrip at 1740 E. 5th Ave., (907) 345.2228 We will arrange this flight for you but you will need to pay for it via cash or credit card once you get there. The $498 round-trip fare includes 70 lbs. of luggage. Excess luggage will be charged at a rate of $0.92/lb. LPA is an excellent family-run air charter business and this will be one of the most spectacular flights you will ever take.
We will have a mid-morning pick-up on the river for a Beaver flight back to Iliamna where we will unload gear and head to the Iliamna airstrip. Pick-up times will typically be mid-day and communicated by your pilot. Arrival time will be dependent upon the weather.
Fish & float does mean you will be camping on the river. Tents and cots will be provided but you will need to bring a sleeping bag.
• Clippers on retractor
• Polarized sunglasses (we recommend Smith’s low light ignitor lens)
• Small waterproof pack for wading
• Reusable bottle for water
• Breathable rain gear