What to BringAnd What You Can Leave at Home
Spinning & bait-casting rods Fly fishing spey rods Fly fishing poles & reels Flies and fly-tying table Lures & all tackle needs Bear spray Mosquito repellent Wading boots in a range of sizes for men & women Bath towels, soaps, shampoo, & basics Ample food & beverages
Your Packing List
Layered warm clothing Camera or Go-Pro Waterproof jacket Sunglasses and/or prescription eyewear Medications & medicinal needs Toiletries Hats & gloves should you desire them Fishing license Government-issued identification or passport
Your fishing license can be purchased in advance or when you arrive at the lodge.
The State of Alaska assesses a sport fisherman license fee for residents and non-residents. Resident fishing licenses are good for the calendar year.
Non-residents can purchase their license based on the number of days that they intend to fish.
The only fish species which requires a special permit is King Salmon. A "king tag" is an additional purchase added to your license.
To comply with state and federal laws, your guide will record catches throughout your stay.