Situk River, Alaska


This Trip Is FULL: May 2009

Each of the past two seasons Craig has joined a group of friends for a week of Steelhead fishing on the Southeast coast of Alaska. The Situk is a small intimate coastal stream known for abundant runs of both fall and spring run fish. Most of the fishing is done on foot hiking along the banks to the most productive runs. Boats and guides are sometimes used to provide access to the most remote locations. The weather in April and May can be daunting and this is a trip best suited for hearty souls with bomb proof rain gear. We are planning our trip two weeks later this season hoping our timing will coincide with the peak of the spring run. These chrome beauties are just minutes out of the salt and provide blistering runs making hooking one just the start of the game. To discuss this or similar destinations please drop us a line.