The Kanektok River is an unbelievable Alaskan river located some 400 miles southwest of Anchorage and flows through the majestic Togiak National Wildlife Refuge. The millions of salmon that spawn and live in these waters support and feed a variety of fish. Our Kanektok River fly fishing base camps are located on migratory runs of King, Silver, Chum, and Sockeye salmon, and Arctic Char. Trophy native Rainbows and Graylings are commonplace. The unlimited abundance of fish makes The Kanektok River one of the greatest sports fishing rivers in the world.
Dave Duncan & Sons, Ltd. features Kanektok River fly fishing base camps that are deluxe tent camps complete with spacious kitchen and dining facilities, as well as a large social tent. The sleeping tents are spacious double occupancy tents that will stay dry in any weather. The meals served are excellent and come with homemade bread, fresh salads, and large cuts of quality meats. The base camps even have a hot shower facility.
Depending on the area you fish, there can be as many as nine different species of fish. All fish are wild because no stocking of fish takes place in these wilderness areas, so Dave Duncan & Sons uses only debarbed hooks and maintains a strict catch and release policy.
Kanektok River Fly Fishing Camps
Being a close family ourselves, we like to encourage family outings by offering special financial arrangements for children. Our Kanektok River fly fishing camps are equally popular with groups who want to conduct seminars in unforgettable surroundings.
From the coastal rain forest to the sea-level lands in Southeastern Alaska, to the rivers that lace across the Western tundra from high lakes to the sea, Alaska can't be surpassed as an ideal destination for the sport fishing enthusiast or outdoor adventurer. The Kanektok River is the place.
Whether you choose The Lower River Base Camp, The Upper River Base Camp or the 90 mile Float Adventure, you'll have a true Alaskan adventure, and you'll catch more fish than you can count.
Camps, boats, and each group of guests are flown to designated wilderness areas not accessible by other means, so you see country and fish in waters that few others reach. Each trip is personally supervised by one of us to assure great fishing and reliable service.
Kanektok River Fly Fishing Trips
Kanektok Float Trip - July 2 to September 2 Capacity 8 - Two to a boat
Kanektok Upper River Base Camp - June 29th to August 31st Capacity 12 - Two to a boat
Kanektok Lower River Base Camp - June 29th to August 31st Capacity 12 - Two to a boat
Kodiak Island Steelhead - call for more information
We invite you to join us in Alaska. We promise you a fishing and wilderness experience you'll never forget.