About Wood-Tikchik State Park

Wood-Tikchik State Park is one of the most beautiful parks in the world, let alone the United States. From a relaxing paddle down the Chikuminuk Lake to an intense snowmobile rode across the 1.6 million acres of mountain terrain, it’s nearly impossible not to have an amazing experience while visiting this amazing Alaska state park.

Perhaps the most fun activity available to visitors of Wood-Tichik State Park is sport fishing. This park offers some of the best sport fishing not only in Alaska or the country, but across the entire world. Simply cast a fly and wait for a salmon, rainbow trout, or char to bite and provide a memorable fishing experience. Surround yourself with the sights, smells, and sounds of the Alaskan wild as you cast away in this angler’s paradise. Roughly the size of Delaware, this Alaskan park is as remote as it is beautiful.

Fishing in Wood-Tikchik State Park

At Western Alaska Sport Fishing, we are here to help you learn more about fishing as well as have a memorable and truly amazing trip. In addition to sport fishing, snowmobiling, and paddling across a calm and peaceful body of water, there are plenty of activities you and your family can enjoy while visiting Wood-Tichik State Park.

Though it’s only accessible by taking a float plane, taking a row down the Tikchik River will surely be an unforgettable experience. Along the river, which flows 60 miles from Tikchik Lake to Nishlik Lake, you’ll enjoy plenty of breathtaking views and will likely feel the urge to go after the abundance of freshwater sport fish you will notice in the clear water. Once you witness for the first time the amazing sights of Grant Falls and the Domes, you will likely never forget your trip to Western Alaska: the most beautiful place on earth.

Call us today and ask for Dave and Kim Egdorf to learn more about fishing in Wood-Tikchik State Park and reserve your fishing retreat in the Alaskan wilderness!