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Talkeetna Fishing Guide

Our talented & knowledgeable guides can show you the choicest fishing spots on the wild and scenic Talkeetna, Susitna, and Chulitna Rivers. We offer full & half day charters, drop off service, and specialty trips.

Trout Fishing
Mid May - Mid June & Mid Sept - Early Oct
The Rainbow Trout is one of the most respected and sought after of Alaska's native fishes. Talkeetna Fishing Guides will take you to the most popular of trout holes in Southcentral Alaska for a truly unforgettable time. All gear is provided and our goal is to make you happy. Our catch & release program ensures little environmental impact to the pristine area. A good time is sure to be had.

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Salmon Fishing
The Susitna River Drainage is home to five different species of salmon:

The King Salmon (Chinook)
Mid June - Mid July
The Chinook (King) Salmon is Alaska's state fish and is one of the most important sport and commercial fish native to the Pacific Coast of North America. Talkeetna Fishing Guides will take you up the Talkeetna River to have a chance of a lifetime at catching one of natures most beautiful and largets fish. Bears, Bald Eagles and moose are commonly seen while fishing. All fishing gear will be provided and our guides will do their best to make your visit an enjoyable one. This is a trip that makes great Alaskan memories.

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The Red Salmon (Sockeye)
Late May - Early June/Mid July
The Sockeye Salmon often referred to as "red" or "blueback" salmon are Alaska's most fished variety of slamon. Talkeetna Fishing Guides will take you to the best streams and creeks in Southcentral Alaska for fishing sockeyes. These fish are known for their fight and never let customers down. Tackle and gear provided and our main goal is to make your experience a great one. This is a Talkeetna gudest favorite.

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The Silver Salmon (Coho)
Early August - Mid September
Coho Salmon also called Silver Salmon are found on the coastal waters of Alaska from Southeast to Point Hope and in the Yukon River to the Alaska-Yukon border. The Talkeetna River has been known for its premier Coho Salmon fishing. Talkeetna Fishing Guides will put you in the best spots with our top guides to provide you with great memories. All supplies are provided. A time of your life awaits you.

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The Pink Salmon (Humpy)
Mid July - Late August

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Chum Salmon (Dog)
Mid July - Late August

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Dolly Varden

Yearly
Dolly Varden are locally abundant in all coastal waters of Alaska. Dolly varden belong to a group of fish called Char. The light spots on their sides distinguish them from most trout and salmon. The Dolly Varden is hardly exclusively fished for, but are just as fun to catch. Talkeetna Fishing Guides will provide everything necessary to fish for Dolly Varden and Salmon. Our main goal is to provide you with the best experience we can.

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Arctic Grayling
May-June & Sept - Oct
Arctic Grayling is also a commonly sought after fish for many fly fishermen.

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