What: Here is your opportunity to experience the Alaskan wilderness like no other! Alaska Rainbow Adventures is a float trip outfitter operating multi-day wilderness Alaska float fishing excursions. Alaska Rainbow Adventures provides the best Alaska fly fishing float trips and on some of the most fabled Alaskan waters. Their deluxe camping accommodations are as close as you will ever get to staying in a lodge while on a float trip. Guides boast three decades of experience across the entire watershed, granting anglers an unmatched “off-the-grid” adventure. Kanektok RiverDates: July 4-11, 2023Info: This is where mouse patterns go to “prove they are worthy” of being fished in the rest of the world or to die! This Independence Day start on the Kanektok River brings an explosion of rainbow trout action before the river is completely populated by all the salmon species.Arolik River Dates: July 13-20, 2023 Info: The Arolik River is a fly-anglers paradise. This pristine Southwestern Alaska waterway is prolific in how it fishes. It’s intimate size, yet manages to maintain quality fishing along its entirety. Chinook, Chum, and Sockeye salmon should be available at this time, as well as spunky rainbows and grayling. Goodnews River Dates: August 9-15 and September 2-8, 2023 Info: The Goodnews River brings anglers nothing but good news this time of year as bright, fresh from the ocean, Coho salmon flood in wave after wave on the tides. Here in the course of a week spent floating, camping, and living along a river surrounded by jagged and awe-inspiring mountain vistas, guests have a genuine potential of bringing to hand many of the species of Pacific Salmon, Dolly Varden/Char as well as resident rainbows and huge grayling.
These trips are for anglers seeking a truly immersive Alaskan experience without sacrificing the comfort often associated with overnight float trips. Impressive numbers of rainbow trout, Dolly Varden, Arctic grayling, and five species of Pacific salmon can be caught, depending on the timing of the trip, all set amongst some of America’s most memorable tracts of wilderness.
Additionally, anglers can opt for a deluxe camping experience on the Kanektok and Goodness floats, where anglers can expect accommodations not found on other Alaskan float trips. Comfortable cots, spacious tents, and dining tents for enjoying the evening after a day of exciting fishing.
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