Multi Day Trips

Here are a couple of suggested trips along with base pricing.

The reason we say "suggested" is because according to United States Geological Survey, Alaska has about 9,728 officially-named rivers, creeks, and streams. Many of these waterways can be accessed via road, boat, or aircraft. So, if you're Hell Bent on floating any one of the thousands of rivers Alaska has to offer, just let your imagination and Hell Bent Fishing Charters be your guide.

All multi-day trips include the necessary camping, fishing, wading, and rain gear.

Ground and/or air transportation from your hotel / B&B is included. ALL meals and snacks are also provided. Unless noted otherwise, all floats available mid May to the end of Sept. Rates are per person based on a minimum double occupancy.
A 50% down payment by way of personal check or money order is required when booking these trips.

3 days / 2 nights on the Chatanika
$ 1,825.00 p.p.
The Chatanika River flows through a U shaped valley, in the rolling hills just north of Fairbanks.  Feelings of remote wilderness can be felt, although civilization is just a stones throw away.
This clear running water is the perfect trip for family or friends.
3 days and 2 nights spent on the "Chat" offers fantastic grayling fishing, great camping, and fun for all. Mid June to mid July can see 50+ fish days! This is a limited offering...so book now.

5 days / 4 nights on the Little Susitna
$ 2,250.00 p.p.
The Little Susitna is a meandering, clear flowing river located in the Mat-Su valley of South Central Alaska. This river supports all five species of Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden, Burbot and Whitefish. If you're only here for a week and wilderness fishing is what you want, the Little Su is the fastest way to find it. This class 1-2 float is also perfect for family or friends.

7 days / 6 nights on the Gulkana River
$ 3,150.00 p.p.
The Gulkana River is one of Alaska's premier fishing rivers. Kings, Reds, and Silvers, along with Rainbow Trout and Arctic Grayling can all be caught. It is located in Alaska's interior along the Richardson Highway north of Glennallen. This river was classified Wild and Scenic by the BLM in 1980. The camping is great and the float is unforgettable. From  slow and meandering, through forest and tundra, to class 2 whitewater ( class 3+ canyon rapids! ) the Gulkana is impossible to resist.

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