June Fishing in Alaska
What to Expect in June
June has a palpable energy that stands apart from every other season. Everything comes alive after a long winter and spring. The coastal brown bears are also sensing the changes in the season, the first salmon of the new year will be making their way home, and the bears will be there to greet them. The long daylight hours are also a unique aspect of fishing in June. With up to 18 hours of daylight, we have plenty of time to explore the vast wilderness of the Bristol Bay region and make the most of our trips. The long days have a way of recharging the soul after the long dark winter.
Availability for 2023
Thursday through Monday
6/22/23 – 6/26/23
5 days guided fishing and 4 nights accommodations
A typical day starts between 6-8 AM with a delicious breakfast to order, as well as coffee, tea, and juice. Lunches are prepared daily using fresh ingredients from local produce and greens from the garden, as well as homemade bread baked daily and sliced fresh. You’ll meet your guides at the boats or at the plane between 7-9 am. Based on the unique daily adventure, you’ll be back to the lodge around 4 pm to 5 pm. Appetizers are at 6 pm, and dinner is served at 7 pm.
June fishing in Alaska is a very diverse and exciting time. Anglers can catch king salmon, rainbow trout, arctic char, dolly varden, arctic grayling, lake trout, and northern pike. There are both boats and walk & wade options and guests have options to fish with terminal tackle (gear) or fly fish.
- Small intimate streams with hiking options
- Fishing in Katmai National Park
- Exploring Becharof Wildlife Refuge and fishing
- Fishing for king salmon on the Nushagak River
- Watching coastal brown bears grab salmon on the waterfall at Brooks River
Two anglers per guide. We will rotate boat partners and guides each day. Assignments will be shared each evening.
King & Sockeye Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Grayling, Dolly Varden, Arctic Char, Northern Pike
Bring home Salmon
The trip includes all fish processing, fileted, frozen, and vacuum sealed, placed in an airline-approved fish box. Most hotels in Anchorage have a freezer where you can keep your fish frozen if you are staying for a few extra days.
Please arrive at the charter service at 7 am on Thursday, 6/22/23. Your Alaska adventure starts when all guests meet to take a chartered plane from Anchorage to King Salmon. Once in King Salmon, one of our trusted staff will drive you to the beautiful Lodge at 58 North. You will depart King Salmon around 5:30 pm on Monday, 6/26/23. Plan your flight home after 9 pm out of Anchorage, Alaska.