Alaska Fly Out Fishing with Mark Glassmaker

So Close, Yet So Far…

Wolverine Lake
An otter sits ready for takeoff on Wolverine Lake.

Daily Alaska Fly Out Fishing Trips From The Kenai Peninsula

to the West Side of Cook Inlet and Beyond…

Alaska Fly Out fishing. Accessing remote Alaska fishing waters via floatplane will elevate your pursuit to an entirely different level. Since more than 90% of Alaska’s most fabled fishing waters are only accessible via floatplane, getting up in the air opens up a myriad of spectacular fishing options. Mark Glassmaker is proud to offer a number of high quality fishing trips to the West Side of Cook Inlet and beyond. These are primarily one day trips from the Kenai Peninsula to the West Side of Cook Inlet and a number of other spectacular destinations on the main Alaska Peninsula, Kodiak Island and other remote locals in the South Central Alaska region. For many, fishing in the remote waters of the main Alaska Peninsula is what they came to Alaska to experience: no road system, boundless scenery, abundant wildlife and undisturbed waters teeming with fish.

Fly out silver.

A silver salmon comes to the surface on a remote West Cook Inlet stream.

We feel at least one day of remote fly in fishing will help to round out the perfect fishing vacation. While one could fill weeks exploring the many fishing options available from the Kenai Peninsula, we always recommend our guests take the opportunity to experience a remote fly out and spend some time where there are no roads and bears outnumber humans. With our own boats waiting for us when we arrive (when needed) and the finest floatplanes and pilots available on the Kenai Peninsula, we guarantee a safe, comfortable high-quality experience you will not soon forget.

Depending on what time of the summer you visit, there are sure to be some very exciting remote fishing options available to meet your budget and angling interests. Below we have listed our primary Fly Out destinations along with run timing, available fishing methods and costs. All trips include round trip floatplane transportation, experienced, professional fishing guide, boat (when needed) and all necessary fishing gear.

Full Day Trip -versus- All Day Exclusive:

Remote fly out, fish on.

A large king salmon battles hard in a remote fly out river.

We offer both full-day, single destination and Alaska Fly Out Fishing: All Day Exclusive Alaska Fly Out Fishing Trips” href=”https://www.mgfalaska.com/alaska-fly-out-fishing-all-day-exclusive-alaska-fly-out-fishing-trips/” target=”_blank”>all-day, exclusive
multi-destination Alaska Fly Out Fishing adventures:

AWA Turbine Otter
A turbine otter from Alaska West Air departs from Big River Lake.

Our flight service, Alaska West Air is located in North Kenai and is owned and operated by Doug Brewer, one of the most respected and well established Alaska Floatplane pilots. His prestigious fleet of high performance aircraft includes three ten passenger DeHavilland Turbine Otters, a nine passenger DeHavilland Turbine Beaver, one seven passenger DeHavilland DHC-2 Beaver, a three passenger Bush Hawk, two Piper Super Cubs and a Robinson R44 four passenger helicopter.

Together with Alaska West Air, we have been fishing the remote waters of South Central and Western Alaska for the past two decades.   Our guides are professional, experienced and well prepared assuring your Alaska Fly Out trip will be a safe, sucessful and enjoyable experience.

If you are primarily interested in bear viewing and do not care to fish, we do offer non-fishing bear viewing trips: