Your Goodnews River float fishing trip offers exceptional scenery, high wilderness values and did we mention the fishing?
By the time mid July gets here there are already a healthy number of Rainbow Trout, Arctic Grayling, King, Sockeye, Chum, Pink Salmon and the occasional Northern Pike available as the month wears on, the Goodnews sees an influx of Arctic Char/Dolly Varden (affectionately referred to as "Charlies!") and Coho (Silver) Salmon in epic numbers begin their return to the Goodnews.
In the gin clear waters of the Goodnews it is common to see a literal biomass of fish that span the channel from bank to bank, and nose to tail as they move upriver from Bristol Bay and the Bering Sea.
Each day becomes a euphoric progression of hearty meals, amazing fishing, wildlife viewing, solitude, and the camaraderie of driftwood fires and the reliving of the days events. It is a veritable Never Never Land for the Fly Fishing Peter Pan in all of us, and all you need are your Happy Thoughts and a confirmed reservation
Getting There ... Your Goodnews river float trip starts and ends in the Kuskokwim river village of Bethel, Alaska.
We will provide you and members of your group with detailed information on how to get there, when, where to stay and how you and your group will be transported to Goodnews lake for the start of your trip with us on the Goodnews river. Expect this info upon booking with Alaska Rainbow Adventures and receipt of deposits.
Upon booking, we will provide additional trip information that covers places to stay, flight information, and any new information that might not have been available when this was written.