Stuyahok River Float Trips are the best way to experience a remote Alaskan experience. Flowing from the western foothills of the Alaska Range this river flows past scenic countryside full of wildlife. This is a great trip for fisherman and hunters alike.
The Stuyahok River Float Trip begins at “Stuyahok Pond.” This little pond flows west through the gentle Class I waters of the Stuyahok River towards the Mulchatna River. This is a very similar float to the Koktuli, with fantastic fishing for salmon and a great resident trout population. The waters are very calm and small and offer numerous pullouts for great bank fishing. The float ends as the river converges with the Mulchatna River.
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Drop Point: Stuyahok Pond
N 59o 40.12’ W 156o 06.75’
Pick Up Point: Stuyahok Mouth
N 59o 49.95’ W 156o 41.80’
River Length: 42 miles
Class of Rapids: I
Average Float Time: 4 – 7 days
Round Trip Cost:
Cessna Cost: $4450
Beaver Cost: $6710
|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|
|Pink (Humpies) Salmon||July 15th||August 31st|
|Rainbow Trout||May 1st||October 15th|
|Grayling||May 1st||October 15th|
For the most up to date regulations please visit the Alaska Dept. of Fish & Game
USGS Quads: Dillingham C-1, C-2, D-2, D-3
Please visit our Alaska Links Page for a link to the USGS Store to purchase these maps.