THE ALAGNAK WILD RIVER
The Alagnak Wild River, designated as a Wild River preserves the upper 56 miles of the river in a free-flowing condition, and protects the river and its immediate environment for the benefit and enjoyment of present and future generations. The river is managed free of impoundments and diversion, inaccessible by road, its shorelines primitive and its water unpolluted.
The Alagnak is one the most popular fly-in fishing trips we offer in southwest Alaska. The Alagnak Wild River protects populations of all five species of pacific salmon, as well as significant rainbow trout, arctic char, arctic grayling, and northern pike populations.
The Alagnak Wild River’s abundant wildlife and Class I-III rapids offer exciting opportunities for sightseers and adventure-seekers alike. Whether cruising, paddling, or floating, we will enjoy some of the most attractive sportfishing in the world. With significant populations of rainbow trout, arctic char, grayling, and sockeye and king salmon, the Alagnak has become a top destination for our sportfishing adventures in Southwest Alaska.