6 nights / 7 days
September – October
Limited to 6 rods/week
$7,600.00 per person
After a few years of recon and trip development, we are now ready to offer steelhead fishing trips to the general public in 2014.
If you are a serious angler and are looking for an remote steelhead fishing adventure, this trip is for you! This is a great time of year to come catch dime bright Steelhead fresh in from the Bering Sea. These hard fighting fish are averaging 30 inches and will rip line off your reel every time. Our experience fishing this season has been exceptional. That said, due to the style and nature of the fishing we are only accepting 2-3 anglers per week.
* Other available species: Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden and Sockeye Salmon
- Guided fishing
- Quality river side lodging
- 3 hearty meals a day
What’s not included:
- Alaska fishing license – Buy one here
- Adult beverages
The Daily Schedule:
Our guides will outline the options available to you each evening and be ready with a custom designed plan for you each morning. Our morning meal is served relatively early (7:30 am) and your guides will be waiting to take you out just as soon as you are ready. Some of our guests choose to start their day a little later and we are happy to accommodate this because the possibility of best fishing you’ll ever see is right out the front door. Our staff is waiting for your return each evening with freshly prepared appetizers to go with your beverage of choice before the evening meal is served. You may wish to relax by the outdoor fire to watch the seemingly everlasting sunsets across the westward skies of the Aleutian basin.
With virtually no competition on the water , you will be fishing the “best” our area rivers have to offer!
Accommodations and Lodging:
The accommodations at both of Aleutian Adventures river side camps are insulated, heated, solid platform constructed, Weatherport tent structures. Our guest rooms are designed for double occupancy and are set up with two twin beds with a full compliment of pillows, linens and down comforters. We keep a separate tent for drying waders as well as the storage of other gear, each camp has a shower facility with hot and cold running water as well as what might be the nicest outhouses in the state. A small quiet generator along with solar panels provide the power we use to operate. These camps are very well designed, comfortable, well maintained, warm, dry and clean.
Not sure if our remote camp is for you?
Check out our remote fly fishing lodge.