Rainbow Trout Fishing In Alaska
Trophy rainbows are the grand prize in Alaska. With our prime location along the shores of Alaska’s largest lake, there’s no better place in the world to catch rainbows than Rainbow King Lodge. When you come to Rainbow King Lodge for your Alaska rainbow trout fishing adventure, you’ll have a once-in-a-lifetime experience — no matter how many times you visit.
Because Rainbow King Lodge has exclusive rights to access over 110 sq miles of rivers and streams, you’ll never have to worry about being crowded out of the perfect fishing spot. The variety of settings, plus the world-class amenities available at the lodge before and after your fishing excursions, means Rainbow King Lodge has the best rainbow trout fishing in Alaska.
Rainbow King Lodge offers you abundant opportunities to catch rainbows unlike anything you’ve ever seen, all in the breathtaking setting of the untamed Alaskan wilderness. The gold standard is to break the 30-inch mark, and there is no better place to reach that goal than Rainbow King Lodge in late August and September. The rainbows begin fattening themselves on salmon eggs at the end of July. By September, they’ve put on several pounds. Also, in September the “super” rainbows move out of Lake Iliamna into the feeder creeks to fatten up for winter. Iliamna is the largest lake in Alaska and the September rainbows are often labeled “freshwater steelhead.” They are huge and usually do not have the vibrant pink stripe that marks the river-based rainbows.
Book Your Trip Today
If you’re serious about catching rainbows, there’s no excuse not to book your next Alaska rainbow trout fishing trip to Rainbow King Lodge today. Contact us and book your trip now.