Ice fishing may be considered an off-season sport for many places, but in Alaska ice fishing is favored. Although Alaska’s winter daylight hours are shorter than in the summer, the conditions are still ideal.
Some might say that sitting in an ice box on a frozen body of water doesn’t seem like fun, but that is absolutely not true! Ice fishing is 100% thrilling, encompassing an exciting adventure with the art of fishing.
Winters in Alaska are exceptionally beautiful and one can truly take in the glorious sights around them on any given ice fishing trip. Because ice fishing requires you to be located on a wide open space, from any viewable spot you’ll witness stunning snow-capped mountain peaks, lush natural forestry and even an abundance of wildlife.
While there is a certain skill needed to master ice fishing, our experienced guides are with you the entire time to assist in the process. Ice fishing can be a challenge both from the technique aspect to luring nearby fish. We teach our guests the old native technique of ice fishing while being huddled in a warm and cozy hut. The environment is tranquil and peaceful, which gives you the opportunity to really focus on and enjoy the task at hand.
There are a variety of fish you can catch while ice fishing. Some of the most popular species include Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, and Northern Pike. What’s even more special about choosing us for your Alaska ice fishing experience is that we cook and feast on the fresh catch.
Worried about not bringing the right gear? Have no fear because we supply all of what you will need. Included in our tour price are hotel transfer accommodations, arctic gear, fishing license, tackle, hot beverages and a delicious meal.
For additional information on our winter program ice fishing tours, be sure to view our website or give us a call. We delight in the opportunity to share the passion of Alaska ice fishing with you.
Posted by: Ralf Dobrovolny