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Q: What should I wear?
A: The weather changes rapidly so make sure you bring layers, extra clothes, and thick socks.
Q: What gear is provided?
A: We provide the waders, wading boots, top of the line fly fishing and spinning gear.
Q: Is transportation included?
A: Transportation is provided from our business to the fishing location. We can arrange local pick-up, call for details.
Q: Is catching fish guaranteed?
A: Catching fish is never guaranteed but I will guarantee I will work my butt off to put you on fish.
Q: What is the limit of salmon I can keep?
A: Depending on the species, time of year, and fishing location- the limits vary from 2 -6 fish for red and silver salmon.
Q: Is there wildlife on this trip?
A: We have a multitude of wildlife in Alaska and commonly see Eagles, Brown Bears, Black Bears, Wolves, and other animals.
Q: What species of fish can I catch?
A: Depending on the time of year, you can fish for red salmon, silver salmon, Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden, and Grayling.
Q: Do I have to know how to fish to go on a trip:
A: No, but Travis can teach you how if your wanting to learn fly-fishing or even just flipping for salmon.
Q: Can children come on the trip?
A: Yes, children are welcome on the trip. Children are the same rate as adults for reservations.
Q: Do you give Military Discounts?
A: Yes, we have military discounts
Q: Do you have multi-day trip or group Discounts?
A: Yes, we have both multi-day trip and group discounts.
Q: Can we keep the Salmon?
A: Yes, as long as it is a legal fish caught and within your daily limit.
Q: Can you keep Rainbow Trout or Dolly Varden?
A: No, the Kenai River is considered trophy waters for trout and dolly and catch and release only.
Q: Can you take someone who is disabled or paralyzed fishing?
A: Yes, we have taken a fellow Paralyzed Veterans of America Soldier fishing in our drift boat and can help accommodate to special needs or situations.
Q: Do you work with non profit organizations?
A: Yes, we have worked with a variety of non-profit agencies and are always looking at ways to reach out and help including getting Wounded Warrior Project Soldiers on the water fishing!