The Alaskan Summer Solstice is an astronomical event that happens once each year, as the tilt of the Earth’s axis is most inclined toward the sun, causing the Sun’s apparent position in the sky to reach its northernmost extreme. Translated from latin meaning “sun standing still,” the apparent movement of the sun’s path north comes to a stop before reversing direction.

June 20th – July 4th still has availability for those looking for an amazing Alaskan vacation. Soak up the midnight sun and exhaust yourself with endless adventure. Spend a day exploring the Chigmit Mountain Range through our numerous hiking options. Tour the lake and inlet river by kayak taking in all the sights & sounds of pure wilderness. Stand waist deep in pristine water casting for beautiful fish. Or just relax on the deck overlooking the lake with a glass of wine and a good book.

King Salmon on the Nushagak River and big Trout & Char at Redoubt! Take advantage of a 3-day/3-night package that includes a fly-out from RML to the most productive King fishery in Alaska, the Nushagak River. Please click here for details

For those interested in photography but unable to attend either of the professionally held workshops, rest assured you will be taken care of by RML guides Daniel Wood & Adam Bernero. Both very passionate and skilled in photography, spend your days with either of them and capture all that Lake Clark National Park has to offer.

With a recent cancellation, peak Sockeye Salmon days have become available for (2) people July 20th – 23rd. Also available are a few slots for dynamite Silver Salmon fishing. All the Cohos are extremely fresh and very irritable creating constant action and acrobatic displays. Available dates include: August 17 – 20, 29 – September 2.

If you have ever wanted to experience Alaska’s fall, join us September 20th – 23rd. The secret about fall is getting out and becoming increasingly popular. Hillsides bursting with color, ridiculous amounts of bears & wildlife and unbelievable fishing. The Silvers are still running strong while the Dolly Varden & Arctic Char continue to get huge gorging on eggs. Flesh patterns, beads, glo-bugs, yarn, spinners, jigs, bare hooks…you name it & these fish will hit it!

Bear leisurely waiting for the Sockeye Salmon to arrive


The Chigmit Range under June skies


Anyone for fishing on a sunny day?

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