About Us
trout fishing alaska lakes
A Local Perspective, an Excellent Experience. 
As a lifelong Alaskan, fishing has been engrained in my life. I have targeted the most challenging (and delicious) wildlife the state has to offer.
My goal as your guide is to use my knowledge to provide you with an enjoyable and rewarding experience. As a fully-certified, Alaskan Guide you can relax and enjoy your trip with the knowledge that your safety is my top priority. A few examples of my current certificates include: 

  • Boating Skills and Seamanship-Coast Guard Auxiliary
  • ROUPV Coast Guard Exam-Alaska Nautical Training School
  • Kenai River Guide Academy
  • First Aid
  • CPR

What to Expect.

Alaska is truly the Last Frontier and by default, very unpredictable. Constantly changing weather and unprecedented wildlife encounters call for preparation. Here are a couple things that you should consider putting on your packing list:

  • rain gear
  • warm hat
  • warm shoes (very important for ice fishing)
  • sunglasses
  • drinks and snacks
  • layered clothing for the changing temperatures
  • sun screen
  • chapstick
  • camera
  • batteries
  • additional memory card and/or film

Most importantly, you will need to obtain an Alaskan Fishing License. This is required by state law to be on your person at all times during your excursion. These can be purchased from many of the local grocery stores or sporting goods stores. For your convenience, you can use the link below to purchase a license online.

 https://www.adfg.alaska.gov/Store/

*Please note, if you are from out-of-state, you will need to include the exact timeframe you will be fishing in Alaska.