Hosted Alaskan Fishing Adventure with Gritty Angler
Gritty Angler Hosted Trip
July 28th – Aug 3rd
To book this trip or learn more, fill out this form
or call Patrick Kissell at (920) 918-4881.
An Alaska backcountry river excursion is among the most sought after fishing trips available anywhere in the world. You should join us on this one!
- Take a float plane ride and land in a mountain lake, or river side.
- Float for 6 days down miles of the untouched wild and scenic fish filled Arolic River.
- Adventure Rafting; fishing and camping where only a raft can be used to navigate the river systems.
- Fish to catch; King salmon, sockeye salmon, silvers, rainbow trout, char, and dolly varden with the possibility of some Grayling.
- One of the best dates to be fishing Alaska waters
- Huge daily net numbers
- On the fly, conventional, or both
What the Trip Includes:
- Bethel Airport pickup and drop off services
- Flights into and out of the rivers and back to Bethel
- Professional Guide (if guided or semi-guided)
- All meals
- All gear needed: Rafts, frames, tents, cots, cooler, dry boxes, and kitchen (Bug tent if needed). Everything you would need minus your personal clothes and sleeping bag.
What is not Included:
- Travel expenses before and after the trip
- Personal gear: Sleeping bags, waders, clothes, dry bags, ect.
- Fishing License, fishing tackle and lures and flies
- Not responsible for any lodging expenses in Bethel or Anchorage incurred due to weather
*Fishing Licenses Should be Purchased Online From ADFG and Downloaded Before Arrival In Bethel*
Arrive in Bethel on July 27th, or on the earliest flight possible on Saturday morning the 28th. You will be ushered by float plane into your camp. On the following Friday, you will be picked up on a sand bar somewhere on the river banks and be flown back to Bethel. Just watching the bush pilot land the float plane on the sand bar is worth the price of admission.
Please take the latest flight possible out of Bethel on Friday night, or we suggest an overnight stay in Bethel, and then flying out the next day makes for more stress-free travel.
It is Alaska so weather delays before or after your trip are always a consideration.