Fishing Schedule

7 Days Fishing, 6 Nights Lodging

All our fishing trips begin early Sunday morning with a flight from Anchorage to Talaheim. Our trips end on Saturday evening after a days fishing. Flights from Talaheim back to Anchorage are around 5pm.

Book your 2021 or 2022 Alaska Fishing experience now!

Remaining Dates For 2021 FISHING SCHEDULE

July 18th – July 24th

Four species of salmon begin to arrive in our tributaries – Coho, Sockeyes, Humpys and Pinks – and right behind them are rainbow trout, char and arctic grayling.

September 5th - September 11th

These weeks are great for Coho “Silver” salmon and our rivers are full of fattened rainbow trout, char and grayling.

2022 FISHING SCHEDULE

June 26th - July 2nd

These three weeks offer some great fly fishing for king salmon, plus as always rainbow trout, char, and grayling. Great time to mouse for rainbows. Try one of our double handed fly rods for king salmon.

June 3rd - July 9th

These three weeks offer some great fly fishing for king salmon, plus as always rainbow trout, char, and grayling. Great time to mouse for rainbows. Try one of our double handed fly rods for king salmon.

July 10th – July 16th

These three weeks offer some great fly fishing for king salmon, plus as always rainbow trout, char, and grayling. Great time to mouse for rainbows. Try one of our double handed fly rods for king salmon.

July 17th – July 23rd

This week is our special “couple’s week”. Guys bring your wives or lady friend on a fishing adventure. Lots of extras to keep the women excited… Long shore lunches with a glass of wine, wine tasting, hors-d’oeuvres on the mountain top, and of course great fishing and lots of instruction for beginning fly fishermen (or women).

July 24th - July 30th

The king salmon are spawning and behind them lie hungry rainbow trout. If you are looking for numbers per day of trout being caught, this is these two weeks are what you are looking for. Match the hatch with egg patterns or skim a mouse across the water for some great top water trout fishing. Four species of freshly arriving Pacific salmon entering our waters during these two weeks…pinks, chum, reds, and silvers. As always, great angling for char and artic grayling.

July 31st - August 6th

The king salmon are spawning and behind them lie hungry rainbow trout. If you are looking for numbers per day of trout being caught, this is these two weeks are what you are looking for. Match the hatch with egg patterns or skim a mouse across the water for some great top water trout fishing. Four species of freshly arriving Pacific salmon entering our waters during these two weeks…pinks, chum, reds, and silvers. As always, great angling for char and artic grayling.

August 7th - August 13th

The silvers are in. Catch a silver on a dry fly or streamer. Most of the silvers are holding in schools in deep pools. These weeks are the beginning of our fall fishing for fattened trout and char. Our char and trout fishing takes place behind lots of spawning salmon. Lots of trout and char 18-22 inches and beyond.

August 14th - August 20th

The silvers are in. Catch a silver on a dry fly or streamer. Most of the silvers are holding in schools in deep pools. These weeks are the beginning of our fall fishing for fattened trout and char. Our char and trout fishing takes place behind lots of spawning salmon. Lots of trout and char 18-22 inches and beyond.

August 21st - August 27th

The silvers are in. Catch a silver on a dry fly or streamer. Most of the silvers are holding in schools in deep pools. These weeks are the beginning of our fall fishing for fattened trout and char. Our char and trout fishing takes place behind lots of spawning salmon. Lots of trout and char 18-22 inches and beyond.

August 28th - September 3rd

Fall has come and this is the time for serious trout anglers. Cast a #6 weight rod into our waters and watch the “leopard trout” slam your fly. Large trout and char behind spawning red salmon. Great time, fall colors, a trout fisherman’s dream.

September 4th - September 10th

Fall has come and this is the time for serious trout anglers. Cast a #6 weight rod into our waters and watch the “leopard trout” slam your fly. Large trout and char behind spawning red salmon. Great time, fall colors, a trout fisherman’s dream.

GONE FISHING

image
image
image

MORE ON SCHEDULE

At this time we only offer 7 day trips. If you’re interested in a shorter trip, contact the host for more information.
We limit our guests to 8 per week. If you have a group larger than 8, please reach out to the host for options.
Talaheim Lodges takes singles, but dates may be restricted. We try to match a single angler up with another single angler of the same age and skill level.

TESTIMONIALS

We can’t thank you enough for making this such a special week for my dad and I. It was wonderful to re-visit fishing together – which we haven’t done since I was a small girl. And I can’t thank the guides enough for their astute and patient lessons teaching me to fly fish! Also, big thanks to Katiri, Jana, and Melli and Bayard for making the week so awesome. Great food and incredible flights! Finally, huge thanks to Mark for making this all possible. You all are welcome in Vermont or Nashville anytime.
Kaitlin & Rich
Utah
It’s rare that an angler gets to come to a place where the fishing is exceeded by the hospitality and camaraderie. I am humbled by the warmth and affection that Mark, Felicia, and their extended family of fly fishing experts and hosts have shown us all week. To top it off, the helicopter journeys all over the area, especially to the glacier, was better than dreams of fishing.
Mark Walker