Posts in Alaska
Rafting in the Arctic

Every year in June we take a journey up to Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. One of our all time favorite trips is down the Kongakut River. The Kongakut River begins in the Davidson Mountains of the Brooks Range, and runs north out to the Beaufort Sea. It is in the Northeastern corner of Alaska, and is very close to the border shared with the Yukon Territory, in Canada. Kongakut is from the Inupiaq Eskimo language meaning “deer pond.”

When we arrive in June, spring has just begun.

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When is the best time to fish in Alaska?

We are asked this question on a daily basis, but it is an important one! A couple of factors come into play, but most importantly when can you come, what fish are you interested in targeting, and what region/river do you choose? With over 3,000 rivers in the state, and year round fishing opportunities, how do you decide what trip is best for you?

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