Captured by photographers around the world and entities like National Geographic and The Discovery Channel, the Brooks River waterfalls are the epitome of world-class bear viewing. Located within Katmai National Park, the dominating bears of the area make their way to feed off of the bounty of salmon. Anglers can fish in the upper and lower stream of the Brooks River. Those just sightseeing will be led by their guide to the lower and upper decks along the trail to view the bears feeding.
In addition to the world famous Brooks River, Katmai National Park and surrounding areas close in proximity to us, we have other options to give wildlife viewers great opportunity at immersing themselves in nature! From raft trips to hikes across the tundra, to viewing crystal clear waters in pristine habitat to see thousands of salmon progressing upstream to spawn. Going to remote locations that we often fish can usually give you the best opportunity to capture images ‘away from the crowd’ and experience Bristol Bay like never before.