Alaska Steelhead Fishing

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Fall Steelhead, flashy Silver Salmon, fat Rainbow and fabulous Arctic Char are all on the adgenda this week at Wildman Lodge.

Matt Miller and Wildman Guide Eric, prepare to release a colorful fall Steelhead he picked up on the last cast of a busy day of silver fishing on the lower river yesterday.  A great finish to an epic fishing day!

Inspite of a very rainy fall season, Wildman Lodge guests have enjoyed Alaska’s finest clearwater stream fishing, thanks to the crystal clear artesian rivers found only at Wildman Lodge.

Mid to late September is a favorite times to enjoy the beautiful fall colors while catching a variety of Alaska’s most sought after trout, salmon and char on your favorite fly rod.   As the sandhill cranes and whistling tundra swans are gathering for their southward migration, the brown bear are seen feeding on the abundant salmon along our home river.   Every single guest this week is a returning angler, or a family member of a returning angler who has made numerous fall excursions to Wildman Lodge to fish with Butch and his guides and enjoy the fabulous meals coming out of Kathy’s Wildman kitchen.

This week we enjoyed having Matt, sister Lindsey, son is law Oscar and Hal Miller, who fished may times with us at Wildman Lake Lodge with his folks Harold and Marc Miller…. three generations, plus Uncle Fred.

Dr, Norval Marr has returned with for his 5th Wildman journey from St. Petersburg, FL with three generations of his family, nine in all and of course Tom and Tom, who book late Spetember every season for nearly two decades.  Good friends, good fishing, great fun…. Wildman!