I will be visiting Alaska May 26th-June 4th. My wife and I will be in the Anchorage area for 2 1/2 days, then taking a cruise that stops in Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan. I want to dedicate one or two days to "Alaska fishing," preferably fly fishing, and with an emphasis on multiple hook-ups rather than trophy fish.
From what I have read so far, I'm leaning toward a half-day guided trip for Kasilof kings and a day to hike from one of the three ports to a trout stream. Can anyone provide feedback on both ideas?...
If we are going to do a 1/2-day guided trip in the Anchorage/Kenai area in late May, is the Kasilof king trip a good option, or is their an option that would offer a lot more hook-ups of nice size bows/dolly varden? Any recommendations for a guide based on personal experience?
As far as a hike to a nice stream, how is our timing (late May/ early June)? Priority order for the three ports? Any specific recommendations for hikes/streams?
Thanks in advance,