Remote Alaskan Fishing Safari for Coho Salmon, with Waterfowl Hunting Option.

This outfitter offers some of the best silver salmon fishing and sea duck hunting in Alaska, in an area that gets minimal pressure.

A float plane flight out of Cordova will bring you into camp located on the Bering River. The salmon fishing can be out if this world at times with groups limiting out in less than an hour. Catch them on the fly or with spinning gear, whatever you prefer.

This area also has a wide variety of waterfowl species including puddle ducks, sea ducks, and geese.

A remote Alaska cast and blast experience like no other!

  • Ultimate remote Alaska Cast and Blast experience outside of Cordova, Alaska.
  • Phenomenal Salmon fishing and Sea Duck hunting
  • Neat and comfortable wall tent camp set up in a prime location on the Bering River.
  • Experienced guides that cater to how you would like to spend your day.
  • Hot home cooked meals offered daily.
  • Take home as much meat as your would like (preserved and packaged in camp).
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  • Float plane flight to and from camp
  • 5 full days of fishing and other activities
  • Packaging and preserving meat
  • Fishing gear
  • Three meals a day, snacks and beverages

Not Included:

  • Travel to and from Alaska, and any hotels before and/or after your trip.
  • Alaska Fishing License and Small Game License.
  • Alcohol is not provided, but can be brought by hunters.
  • Rain Gear or Waders
  • Ammo
  • Trip Insurance is highly recommended for a trip to Alaska.
  • Tips for your guides and staff.

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This Outfitter Offers Remote Cast-and-Blast Salmon Fishing Trips and Duck Hunts out of Cordova, Alaska.

Pre-Trip Preparation

Physical preparation

This trip is not very strenuous, but you might want to do some curls to prepare for fighting salmon all day!

Travel information
  • Guests typically fly into Cordova, AK on Flight 61 or 66 the day before departing Cordova via float plane.
  • Float plane will depart on Saturday morning (weather depending).
  • Guests will fly out on the same float plane they came in on (weather depending).
  • Once back in Cordova, guests should have enough time to take either flight departing that Saturday.
Suggested gear list

Be sure to talk to the outfitter prior to your hunt about what to bring, but here are the essentials for this trip:

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In the Field

Lodging and accommodations

The camp is in a pristine location on the Bering River. It is remote but they ensure that guests have a comfortable stay in their spacious, heated wall tents and top notch modern camp appliances.

They have a large, heated common area tent for dining. A fire pit to socialize, which is screened in. A shower tent with hot water on demand and there is even a hot tub in camp. This is the ultimate remote Alaska “glamping” experience.

Hot coffee and a selection of breakfast items to chose from will be provided every morning. Lunches are packed and sent with guests everyday. There is a plethora of snacks and beverages available to guests at anytime. Home cooked gourmet meals will be served in the dining tent every evening.

typical daily schedule

Start your day with a cup of hot coffee and gorgeous views around the camp’s prime location. The guides will cater to how you would like to spend your day.

Typically after breakfast you will head out with your guide for the day to enjoy the activities they have to offer. Whether it be fishing for Salmon all day, a duck hunt in the morning, or observing the incredible wildlife… you call the shots.

Return to camp in the afternoon or evening to wind down with a hot shower and hot meal.

Your guide

The guides are experienced captains that will take great care of their clients.

  • Guide to client ratio is typically 2×1.
  • Each group gets their own boat.
  • The guides will take care of packaging any game that you wish to take home with you.

Booking Information

Interested in booking this trip? If you have not yet received pricing please request it here, and be sure to reference the trip number at the top of this page. Please note that reservations are not considered finalized until agreed upon deposit is received. This ensures agreed upon dates and current pricing. Quality outfitters are in high demand so let us know right away, as some trips do book years in advance.

When you’re ready to book, if you haven’t already ask your Outdoors International Consultant for updated pricing.

If it looks good, your consultant will write up a booking agreement for you. Remember, our service is free to you. There are no added costs.