In the heart of Copper Center, AK. The Copper River has some of the best Salmon fishing in the world. Depending on water flows and species of fish, there is a variety of rivers and trips to choose from. We target King (Chinook) Salmon, Red (Sockeye) Salmon, Grayling, Dolly Varden and Rainbow Trout throughout the valley. Class II through class IV, the Klutina, Gulkana, and Tonsina rivers are some of the most wild and scenic rivers that Alaska has to offer.
Whether you are traveling to Alaska on vacation or a local looking for adventure, take a memorable Salmon fishing trip with Copper River Guides. Copper River Guides offers guided tours to take you into the heart of the wild and help you have the best fishing success possible. We have a wide array of trips to cater to all schedules and experience levels.
How We Give You a Great Experience
When you book a fishing trip with Copper River Guides, you get an experienced guide that will lead to you the best spots and give you tips and tricks to catch the most fish. On top of the extensive knowledge and experience the guide possesses, each guide is a trained first responder to keep your party safe at all times. Copper River Guides will provide all the gear needed for a day on the water.
We also offer thorough fish processing services; we can process, freeze, and ship your fish to you so that you can enjoy your catch when you return home without the hassle of traveling with fish. Contact us at (907) 960-0069 to book one of our fishing adventures today.
What You Get From Our Trips
When you choose one of our fishing trips, you’ll have multiple options to make the trip work for you. We offer:
Not all trips are by raft. We also offer 1/2 Day Fishing Trips aboard a JetBoat throughout July. As well as some transportation and access to the Copper River.
Our salmon fishing trips take you to the best spots with our seasoned guides so that you can keep reeling them in. If you are looking for the famous Copper River Salmon on the end of your line, give us a call.
Below is some additional information and details to help you prepare for your upcoming fishing trip.
We will be picking you up or meeting up at designated time
We will provide all the necessary gear and tackle for the fishing trip. You will be outfitted with neoprene chest waders, life jacket, and tennis shoes to wear on the river. These will be worn outside of your waders in the water so please don’t expect to wear your own, unless you have wading shoes. We will also have extra rain jackets for you to use if it is raining.
Please make sure to give us your shoe sizes prior to your scheduled trip so I can make sure to have river shoes that will fit you comfortably.
Please also let us know where you will be staying. We can accommodate pick ups and drop offs from most places in the area, depending on the distance. If you will be renting a car, we can meet at the take out so you will be right back with your car when we conclude the trip. If you need recommendations for places to stay in the area, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
WHAT TO WEAR:
Because we are fishing in cold Alaskan spring/glacial waters, we recommend you wear synthetic layers to keep warm under your neoprene chest waders. As temperatures in Alaska are hard to predict, the best method is to layer so you can add if you get too cold or take off layers if it gets too hot (or after a long battle reeling in a big King Salmon)! A T-shirt with a sweatshirt/long sleeve, and a jacket will usually suffice. If you have a rain jacket, it is a good idea to bring it along, but again, we will have extras that you can use. Make sure to wear long pants, long underwear works great if you have it but sweatpants or pajama pants will work as well and keep you comfortable in your waders. Jeans or stiff material can make for a very uncomfortable, long day in waders. Wear warm socks, preferably taller than ankle height so you can tuck your pants in them and keep your pants from riding up in your waders.
WHAT TO BRING:
Thank You and I look forward to fishing with you!
**Prices do not include a tip for the guides.