What's Included ?
-Comfortable ClackaMax or Willie driftboat
-G Loomis, Temple Fork, and Redington flyrods
-Ross, Sage, Waterworks Lamson, Redington, and Temple Fork flyreels
-Redington chest waders/boots
-Shimano Tekota baitcasters
-Shimano and Shakespeare spinning gear
-Flies and all terminal tackle
-Safety equipment and USCG flotation gear
-Fish cleaning services
-Vacuum packing and FedEx overnight shipping available, for a fee, at a local fish processor.
What's Not ?
-Valid Alaskan sportfishing license
(King Salmon stamp if applicable)
-Polarized sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, camera, personal items
-Dress in layers, warm socks, and rain gear
-Lunch, snacks, and drinks (no glass please)
*State law no felt bottomed boots*
-You can bring your own fly rod 7wt-9wt preferable for large trout and salmon
Most often, guides receive gratuities for their professionalism, good sense of humor, and excellent client care. They depend on them to help cover their expenses that include: shuttle/boat launch fees, fuel, flies, and terminal tackle. A guide typically earns between a $50-$75 in tips per day per person. Ultimately, the decision is yours to tip what you feel is appropriate. A quality guide will greatly appreciate any gratuity offered.