Whether you are looking for Alaska fishing trips for silver salmon or fly fishing trips for rainbow trout, Eric Loomis Fishing Alaska is your Alaska fishing trip headquarters!
Who? You. Come join us on our fully guided and outfitted Alaska fishing trips for large Silver Salmon on the middle and upper Kenai River. Or try your luck at Rainbow trout on one of our combo trips.
What? Catching Silver Salmon. Silver salmon, also called Coho salmon, are one of Alaska's greatest sport fish. In fresh water they hit salmon eggs, flies, spoons, spinners and quick fish. Silver's are impressive fighting fish and are known as the most acrobatic of the Pacific salmon. When you fish the Kenai or Kasilof rivers with light tackle, these Coho salmon provide a invigorating and very memorable fighting experience.
Or join us for the combination fishing trip. One minute you'll be releasing the trout of a lifetime back into the glacial waters and the next you will be hanging on to a pole as a silver salmon crashes up through the water. The rainbow trout and salmon fishing in August through November on the Kenai River is always incredible.
Where? Kenai and Kasilof rivers. An there are numerous other locations to fish for silver salmon: Big River Lakes, the Kustatan River, the Chuit River, just to name a few. These are your guided fly out fishing trips to remote Alaska. Fly in a float plane and get a different view of Alaska and catch the same awesome fighting fish.
When? July, August, September, October, and November.
Why? Because it’s so much fin, I mean fun. Our Alaska silver salmon fishing guides will take you on a fishing trip on the Kenai River or nearby Kasilof River for these acrobatic fighters. In August these fish begin entering the rivers in the thousands daily; providing the angler with an action packed Alaska fishing trip.
Call now. 907-252-9094 or 907-252-1578.
Here are photos of some of the amazing scenery you will see on your fishing trips. The aerial shots are taken on the flight over to Big River Lake and the bear photos are taken at Wolverine Creek.