Can you feel the cool water coming up around your ankles? Can you feel the warm sunshine beating down on your face while watching the most beautiful Bald Eagles soar above? Then you do the only thing left to make this moment perfect, you begin to pick up your reel and step further into the water as rainbows and dollies swim just seeming to call your name. This is the experience that you can find when Alaskan fly-fishing. The experience of fishing in remote areas, soaking in some of the greenest trees you have ever seen, immersing yourself in the untouched natural surroundings, while casting your line in the cool Alaskan waters.
Alaskan fly-fishing is an adventure for anyone looking for a once in a lifetime experience. When you go fly fishing in Alaska you will find over hundreds of great fishing spots in over a 1,000 miles of streams and rivers. Anglers will have endless chances to catch dollies, rainbow trout, king salmon, and pink salmon. Though it is usually the larger than life sized fish that tends to draw anglers to the great adventure and the fun of fly fishing in Alaska, thats just the beginning of what you will experience. While on your fly fishing adventure, it is likely that you will see whales, seals, otters, bears and other varieties of wildlife wandering the countryside.
Going on an Alaskan fly fishing trip isn’t just for the experienced angler either. It doesn’t matter if you are a novice, or third generation fly fisherman, Alaskan fly-fishing can be for you. There are vacation packages that include private cabins and secluded islands. If you are the only angler in the family that is all right because there are a variety of other things the entire family can do. There’s camping, sightseeing, and fun for the whole family. You can take a cruise on a boat, swim in the beautiful lakes, or take in any of the countless tourist attractions around. If you’re an angler of any kind, it will most likely be the solitude of the waters, and the unending supply of fish that will draw you into the enjoyment of Alaskan fly-fishing.
The under exploited waters allow for plentiful fresh fish just right for the catching. Helping Mother Nature in the overflow of the fish is the Department of Fish and Game. They have a widespread planting and stocking program throughout the waters of Alaska so that when you go on your Alaskan fly fishing journey, you will find no shortage of Artic graylings, rainbow trout, lake trout, Coho salmon, king salmon, and Artic char.