Fishing trips in Alaska: United States: known for grizzly bear glassing and moose stalking, fresh salmon runs
Widely known as the last remaining true wilderness in North America, Alaska lures outdoor aficionados from across the globe for their fishing and hunting trips. This wilderness' raw landscapes are unmatched and vivid with life. Miles and miles of untouched nature and uncharted lands hold secrets waiting to be discovered. From its renown, Yukon moose to the challenging Dall sheep, Alaska is set to test your limits whilst reaping lifelong rewards. With 24 hours of light in spring, you will find yourself completely immersed in the stalk for a grizzly bear huffing along the river at 3 am or listening to the everlasting rush and splash of the river waters watching the salmon runs. Anglers can start with ice fishing on frozen lakes for arctic char or silver salmon, or maybe visit Situk River that is notorious for having the largest steelhead run in the county. Situk River is well equipped with beautiful slow streams perfect for the spin or fly fishing rainbow trout of monstrous sizes. Combine your trip with some unique treks along the sweeping tundras of brush dotted with berries and wildlife. Camp high on the hills with magnificent views across the horizon where the sun never sets. Alaska is ruthless, rough and among the highest level of premier hunting and fishing trips worldwide.