Koktuli River Float

The Koktuli River Float is a fantastic float, offering great fishing, camping and hunting opportunities. This river is a favorite among locals for caribou and moose float hunts as well as avid fisherman. Being far enough away from Anchorage the traffic on the river is much less that many of the floatable rivers around the state.

Alaska River Rafting Trip: Koktuli River

The Koktuli River flows through rolling tundra hills in the remote areas of southwest Alaska. All waters along this river are class I-II making for a pretty mild float. Lower water conditions in the first 10 miles can make for some dragging and a few sweepers and logjams in the midsection will keep you on your toes, other than that the Koktuli offers fairly mellow waters.

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Koktuli River Float Trip Details

 

Koktuli River Map

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Drop Point: Koktuli Pond
N 59o 47.77’ W 155o 35.94’

Pick Up Point: Stuyahok Mouth – Mulchatna
N 59o 49.96’ W 156o 41.80’

River Length: 58 miles

Class of Rapids: I-II

Average Float Time: 5 – 10 days

Round Trip Cost:
DeHavilland Beaver – $5,600.00
Cessna 206 – $3,890.00

Float Season: June 25th – September 30th

Koktuli River Fishing:

Fish Species Season Start Season End
Chinook (King) Salmon June 15th July 13th
Sockeye (Red) Salmon July 15th August 31st
Coho (Silver) Salmon July 15th September 10th
Dolly Varden May 1st October 15th
Rainbow Trout May 1st October 15th
Grayling May 1st October 15th

Koktuli Fishing Regulations:

For the most up to date regulations please visit the Alaska Dept. of Fish & Game
www.sf.adfg.state.ak.us/statewide/reghome.cfm

Koktuli River Maps:

USGS Quads: Dillingham D-1, D-2, Illiamna D-7, D-8, Taylor Mountains A-1

Please visit our Alaska Links Page for a link to the USGS Store to purchase these maps.