Sight Casting Charters In Alaska

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Inshore, Nearshore, River Fishing Charter in Cohoe

Kasilof River King Salmon Fishing Trip

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River Fishing Trip in King Salmon

Naknek River Camp Do-It-Yourself

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Everything to Know About Booking an Alaska sight casting charter

What are the best sight casting charters in Alaska?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 2 sight casting trips in Alaska, and the most popular trips in the area are Naknek River Camp Do-It-Yourself guided by James and Kasilof River King Salmon Fishing Trip guided by Nickolas.

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The most popular cities to book a Sight Casting charter in Alaska are King Salmon and Cohoe.

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What types of sight casting charters are common in Alaska?

River fishing is the most popular for sight casting in Alaska as well as nearshore fishing and inshore fishing.

The most commonly sought after species for sight casting in Alaska are: 1. chinook salmon, 2. chum salmon, 3. coho salmon, and 4. sockeye salmon.

How much do Alaska sight casting fishing charters cost?

for sight casting in Alaska prices can range anywhere from an affordable $450 to $3,000 and up, but the average price for a half day trip for sight casting in Alaska is $675. The average price for a full day trip for sight casting in Alaska is $5,304.

What month is best for on a sight casting charter in Alaska?

The most popular season to go on a sight casting charter in Alaska is summer, and most anglers book their trips 0 days in advance.

Do I need a Alaska fishing license and what are the bag limits in Alaska?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Alaska, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Alaska. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Alaska.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

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    I had a great day on a remote Alaskan stream with Shaun who is an excellent guide. The best fish of the day managed to get away but we netted a few others and had a fun day and with was cool to share the stream with a few bears. I enjoy fishing with these guys, this was my third trip with them so that is probably best recommendation I can give, and highly recommend them if you are in the Talkeetna area.

    Simon S. with Dave F. of Talkeetna, Alaska

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great day on Montana Creek. I brought along a novice fly fisherman and we were still able to find lots of rainbows, some close to 20", even though it was early in the season and river was still high. Everyone was very friendly, the guide Sean was knowledgeable and patient with new fisherman and Heather in the office was always very helpful. Will definitely use them again.

    Simon S. with Dave F. of Talkeetna, Alaska

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