Alaska Air Taxi provides do-it-yourself trips to remote cabins. Experience world-class fishing in some of Alaska’s best lakes and streams. Whether you’re hoping to land a trophy king salmon or fish the streams for unbelievable rainbow trout, we can fly you there. Please contact us for the charter rate to your destination.
Let Alaska Air Taxi fly you to Alaska’s backcountry. If you long for the peaceful sounds of a running river or the “zing” as a mighty King salmon takes your line, then this is the trip for you!
Our Lodging Partners
We are located in Chinitna Bay, on the southern end of Lake Clark National Park, in some of the only privately owned land adjacent to the Park. We are an Alaskan owned and operated business, by lifetime Alaskans. We offer daily bear viewing trips, as well as overnight accommodations. We have private cabins, with modern conveniences.
Departures from Nikiski, Kenai, Soldotna, Anchorage, and Homer are available depending on weather and air transportation scheduling, be sure to contact us with your needs. www.akbearmountainlodge.com
Located in the most beautiful and pristine wilderness setting in Lake Clark National Park. Your adventure begins by taking a scenic air charter from Anchorage and landing on the beach in Silver Salmon Creek. On a clear day you can see Mt. Redoubt, Mt. Iliamna and Mt. Augustine; all active volcanoes along with the majestic mountain range and Cook Inlet. www.alaskahomesteadlodge.com
Yentna River Lodge is located 80 miles northwest of Anchorage. Access is by air only. Fishing area extends from the Lodge to the Yentna River; approximately one-half mile of calm water. Clients operate their own boats equipped with small outboard motors. You can fish at your leisure. The Lodge has a fully equipped kitchen to cook your own meals when you want. Outdoor barbequing grills are available, both fire pit and gas grill. Yentna River Lodge is handicap friendly and personnel are on hand to assist clients at all times. Wild life viewing around the Lodge is excellent for moose, bear, river otters, beaver and many bird species. Excellent view of Mt. McKinley.
Rainy Pass Lodge is situated 125 air miles northwest of Anchorage, Alaska. Visiting the Lodge is like stepping back to a time when all of North America was untouched by man's hands—wild, magnificent and rugged. The Lodge is your rustic, yet well-appointed, home from which you can hunt, fish, hike, ski, ride horseback, sightsee, view the Iditarod or participate in any number of other activities. The Lodge is an unforgettable setting for special events such as weddings, family reunions, photo safari's, wine tastings, or corporate retreats. Of course, you can just relax amid the majesty of the Alaska Range. The Perrins family is there to make sure you are comfortable, well fed, and wonderfully worn out at the end of each day.
Rainy Pass Lodge is Alaska's oldest hunting lodge! It was founded in 1937 by Bud Branham, a legend among Alaska's Master Guides. 2014 will mark the Lodge's 76th year and many special activities are planned. We hope you'll join us for a truly unique Alaskan experience. Summer, Winter, Iditarod, and Hunting adventures await.
Fly non-stop Round Trip from Anchorage with us for just an additional $360 per person.
The Seldovia Boardwalk Hotel is under new ownership. We are life-long Alaskans and a family-operated establishment. We are finishing up a full-renovation and a few new ways to make your stay in Seldovia even more enjoyable.
Just a short airplane, ferry or water-taxi ride from the Homer Spit, you can enjoy the hospitality and serenity that the quiet side of Kachemak Bay has to offer. We are well within range of some of the finest vistas in Southcentral Alaska. Whether your intent is fishing, hiking or just getting off the beaten path. www.seldoviahotel.com
At Alaska Island Retreat, located on historic Kalgin Island Homestead, you can leave the crowds behind and enjoy a quality wilderness experience.
In the summer in Alaska, it’s difficult to find a beautiful place with excellent fishing opportunities together with peaceful solitude, but Alaska Island Retreat is located on beautiful remote Kalgin Island, on a historic homestead that encompasses both sides of Packers Creek. The location is good for families because there are no bears on Kalgin Island, the cabins are on the beach, the food is healthful and delicious, and your fish will be ocean fresh. (There is no spawning bed fishing here).
Delicious meals, prepared by our nutritionist, using local ingredients from the ocean, forest, and garden, are part of the deal.
You can catch Sockeye and Silver salmon from the creek and ocean. In May, King Salmon fishing in the salt water can be very interesting. Also, there is Rainbow trout fishing in the Island’s nearby lake. Halibut can be caught near the Island. Additionally, guests can experience traditional hand pull set netting from a skiff, weather permitting.
In late September and October, there are water fowl hunting opportunities, and limited opportunities for a moose in August.
There are high quality chamber vacuum sealers, freezers run by solar panels, smokehouses, and a fantastic sauna beside the creek. The Island is only 75 miles from Anchorage or Homer and 25 miles from Kenai, however, it remains untrammeled by the summer hoards, and an ideal location to experience abundance and solitude.
Welcome to Alaska Island Retreat! www.alaskaislandretreat.com