As you meander through the impressive Alaskan wilderness, trophy Rainbow Trout will be your main quarry with opportunities for Char and some remaining Salmon.
A truly epic time of year, and a truly epic trip. The banks are littered with the spawned out carcasses of the seasons salmon runs, snow is teasing the mountain peaks, each morning holds the possibility of skims of ice along the shoreline, the once lush green leaves of summer are now golden, fluttering reminders that winter is almost here. What better time to target big, slashing Rainbow Trout who are making their final push to saturate themselves with fat before being locked under the ice for months and months? Late season Coho will still be present, milling in sloughs and deep holes, ready to charge your streamer, or lunge into the air after a pollywog. Rainbow Adventures last trip of the season is one that never disappoints, and always leaves guests in awe of the fishing, the river, and all it’s environment.
Accommodations on river float trips are in spacious, high quality tents made right here in Alaska*. Each of these tents is used to house two anglers. This provides you ample space for your gear, as well as a comfortable retreat should the weather become inclement. They also provide comfortable cots. As this is a fall trips, the 1st tent is a custom built 10 x 20 dining tent that can be heated and is capable of holding the entire group for dining or as a gathering area. This tent is also extremely weather resistant, made in Alaska for Alaska’s extreme fall conditions that allows us to get out of the wind, rain or bugs.