Welcome to the Alaska Rainbow Adventures web site, We offer Alaska's finest float fishing trips for all anglers no matter your level of experience, and we do so on Alaska's most productive float trip waters, trips that are selected based upon you and your groups interests, that is the species you wish to come to Alaska and fish for, your available time to travel, species availability and run timing, what particular waters if any you are looking to fish on, the quality of wilderness experience you hope for, budget and other important factors such as the quality of people that you will share the river with as expressed in this sentiment from one of our recent guests...
"The combination of the location and the people made the difference. There are hundreds of good rivers and thousands of excellent guides, but it was refreshing to experience both at once in such a remote place. Of course our guides were technically proficient. They routinely put us on the fish, untangled our knots, and provided expert fishing advice. I would expect nothing less of any guide in Alaska. But, your guides provided so much more. From the very first day they made us feel like "part of the family". This was in spite of the fact that they spent long days rowing us into heavy winds, pitching our tents, cleaning our mess, cooking our meals and keeping us safe. I'm still amazed all of this was accomplished without additional staff or other luxuries. " You can read this full review and others on our trip review page.
We invite you to spend some time perusing our Internet site to find out how an Alaska float trip with Alaska Rainbow Adventures can bring your Alaska fishing trip or wildlife viewing aspirations to life. If there are any questions you find unanswered during your visit, please feel free to contact us toll free at 877-235-2647 or by e mail at email@example.com and we will be happy to address them.
Three of the premier rivers we operate on in "South West Alaska" are also some of the Worlds Best Fishing Float Trip Rivers, Why?, because of their intimate size, exceptional beauty and of course the unusually "great" fishing! We of course are talking about the Goodnews River and Kanektok Rivers in Southwest Alaska, and right next door is the superbly scenic and fish filled Togiak River the latter featuring "exceptional salmon and char fishing as well as being one of the "top ten waters in Alaska for huge trophy trout!" All of these rivers are in part within the 6,410 sq mile Togiak National Wildlife Refuge which is managed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service out of Dillingham, Alaska and by permit we are one of the only operators with permits to offer trips on all three of these rivers. Find out more about these rivers from the "Waters We Fish" Menu at the top of every page on the web site. Please note there are only six start dates available each year for trips on Alaska's Goodnews & Togiak Rivers, and Two start dates for the Kanektok River so book early!
In the Word Famous Bristol Bay region in and near Katmai National Park you will find us guiding angers such as yourself in and around the world famous "Braids" and "Islands" sections of the Alagnak river. This is classic Alaskan water with it's renowned population of beautifully spotted rainbow trout and huge runs pacific salmon, in particular the sockeye salmon which arrive in record numbers in beginning in late June and drive this wilderness ecosystem all season long!
Other trophy rainbow anglers often join us on Moraine and American Creeks each offering an unique Alaskan experience, with the Moraine famous for it's huge rainbows often easily sight fished and for it's bears and the American for it's more difficult access but in doing so you are partaking in an spectacular fishery with large numbers of dolly varden/char and beautifully spotted rainbows.
If You like the idea of sight fishing to trophy rainbow trout, now we are talking fish that can run 30" plus, but good fish average 24 - 28" then you might want to consider joining us on Alaska's Moraine Creek in Katmai National Park and Preserve. We are looking to schedule at least two to three trips from mid August perhaps into September on the Moraine.
If you want to fish small water for big fish we suggest joining us as we head over to the Nushagak / Mulchatna drainage and the Stuyahok river for some Chinook/King, rainbow and other salmon action. There is limited availability on these trips to this diminutive river so be sure to check the trip dates in the 2017 schedule section click here. Let's go catch some King's!
Closer to Anchorage we offer a limited number of float trips on Alaska's first blue Ribbon trout stream the Talachulitna River as well as on Lake Creek in the shadow of "Denali" North America's Tallest peak. Both of these waters feature beautiful rainbow trout and salmon fishing which kicks off weeks earlier then on the streams of south west Alaska and Bristol bay!
Now that you know where we can take you, lets go over the ways we can get you down the rivers! As the leading provider of Alaska float fishing trips we offer not only trips for the budget minded angler that are similar to what most other operators offer all the way up to our "fisherman's deluxe trips" that are as close to staying at an Alaska fishing lodge as you will find while floating an wilderness Alaska river. All feature expedition quality rafts, experienced friendly guides, camps and meals, a better Alaska float fishing experience simply is not available at any price in Alaska, find out more about our float trip programs on a wide variety waters across the state of Alaska just "click here"
The Alaska fishing season is relatively short running only from June into late September on most of the rivers we offer trips on. This season revolves for the most part around the life cycle of the five species of pacific salmon which arrive in Alaska's rivers at different times not only through the season but at periods that can vary from river to river. This availability of the salmon and whether they are pre spawn, actively spawning and dropping eggs, or post spawn can strongly influence the behavior of resident species, the rainbow trout, grayling and char and their availability to anglers in a particular watershed as they follow the life dance of the salmon. This very availability of the salmon and what they are doing goes far to explain how a particular week one season can offer average fishing yet the same week the next year or even week can be epic!
We suggest that you contact us, you can even do so right now toll free in the US by calling 877-235-2647 other locations 970-357-0251 to discuss your expectations from an Alaska fishing trip so that we can utilize our years of experience fishing these waters to suggest the trip that best meets you and your groups needs, taking into account when you can travel, the availability of species you desire to fish for, if there is a particular stream or river you are interested in fishing, historical fish run and availability data, and any additional factors to help assist in your choice of the best time and location that works for you for your trip with us.
Get away from the crowds and having to go back to the lodge just when the fishing gets hot, with us you don't have to!
Come experience the Alaska we can take you to!