Ice Fishing Adventure

Ice Fishing Adventure

Available: Dec – Apr

Rates:
$125.00 – per person

Winter’s chill brings a unique opportunity to chase rainbow trout, arctic char, and monster pike beneath the ice. Whether you’re a seasoned angler or trying your hand at ice fishing for the first time, the amazing landscape and the chance to catch impressive fish make this a must-do winter activity.

NOTE: Fishing License NOT included, purchase from ADFG here.

Please purchase your fishing license prior to your experience date here.

Ice fishing in Alaska is more than just a sport; it’s a tradition and a unique way to connect with the rugged natural environment. Surrounded by the tranquil beauty of winter’s embrace, you’ll feel the anticipation as you peer into the icy depths, waiting for that exciting moment when a fish takes the bait. Along with the thrill of the catch, you’ll experience the camaraderie of fellow anglers and the gentle wisdom of our experienced guides. This ice fishing tour offers a truly Alaskan experience, blending adventure with a touch of the wild.

Tour Details

Our adventure begins at Snowhook Adventure Guides located in Willow, Alaska. Once everyone is gathered, we’ll travel together in a snowcat, smoothly gliding across the snow until we reach our special destination: a custom-built, heated fishing shelter, designed for comfort in the heart of winter. Inside, it’s warm and cozy. Our professional guides are with you every step of the way, assisting with gear setup, offering fishing tips, and making sure everyone has the best chance to reel in a catch. While you’re focusing on the fish below the ice, we’ll provide snacks to keep your energy up. And don’t worry about capturing the memories – we’ll take pictures of the highlights for you. Just remember, you’ll need to bring along a day license to fish.

What's Included?

This tour includes a 2.5-hour ice fishing session. We provide all equipment, food, and snacks. Transportation to our heated fishing shelter is also covered.

Tour Dates & Times

If you are a single participant, please call to book.

Departs Daily:
 10am

Available: December – April (dependent on seasonal weather)

Ages: 4+ minors with a parent or legal guardian.

NOTES: 

Ice Fishing: License Not included. Purchase your fishing license from ADFG here.

FAQ's

You may have the opportunity to catch rainbow trout, arctic char, and monster pike.

Yes, all fishing equipment, expert advice, and snacks are provided. You only need to bring a day license.

The tour departs from Snowhook Adventure Guides of Alaska in Willow, Alaska.

The experience departs at 09:30 am and returns at 1:30 pm, giving you approximately 3 hours of fishing time.

Yes, a fishing license is required for this experience. You must purchase your fishing license prior to your experience date.

Absolutely! The tour includes professional guides who will provide expert advice and assistance, making it suitable for anglers of all skill levels.

Dress warmly, with layers appropriate for winter weather. Snowhook Adventure Guides of Alaska will provide all the gear you need to stay comfortable on the tour.

Our primary focus is on the experience of fishing; however, you should consult with your guide regarding local regulations and practices on keeping the fish.

Please contact Snowhook Adventure Guides of Alaska directly to inquire about specific age restrictions and requirements.

The tour operator closely monitors weather conditions. If inclement weather poses a safety concern, the tour may be rescheduled or canceled. It’s advised to check with the tour operator for specific policies.

Yes! Snowhook Adventure Guides of Alaska offers a signature dog sled and ice fishing combo tour, available from Dec to Apr.

Please inform the tour operator of any dietary restrictions or allergies in advance, and they will do their best to accommodate your needs.

Additional Information

Planning your ice fishing adventure in Alaska requires knowing the right information. Before heading out on the frozen lakes, be sure to check the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for essential regulations and fishing guidelines. Familiarize yourself with the local rules, including the fish species you can target and the limits.

To get the most out of your ice fishing experience with Snowhook Adventure Guides, explore the Weather.com’s Alaska forecast to dress appropriately for the day’s conditions. You may also consider reading about the fascinating world of ice fishing through reputable sources like Outdoor Life. Learn about the techniques, bait preferences, and equipment used in this unique form of fishing. Equip yourself with these resources, and you’re all set for an exceptional ice fishing journey in Alaska’s captivating wilderness.