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THE DUNCAN FAMILY

If you want to experience some of the best fishing in the world, then we invite you to join us in Alaska. Dave Duncan & Sons is a family owned and operated business that specializes in remote wilderness Base Camps and Float Trips.

 

Albert Hunter and Cutler Duncan
Albert Hunter and Cutler Duncan
John Duncan
John Duncan

Cutler Dunccan
Cutler Duncan - 3rd generation Duncan guide

3rd generation Eric Duncan
with a Steelhead on Kodiak Island. He runs the Float Trips and one of our Kodiak Camps.

 

Our family has more than one hundred years of combined experience guiding and supporting fishermen in Alaska’s remote wilderness. We have four camps in Alaska that provide anglers the chance to experience incredible fishing in a wilderness setting with little or no other fishing pressure.

Whether you choose a Base Camp or a Float Trip you will stay in a very comfortable camp that has warm, dry tents, hot showers, and great fishing – right out the front door. The menu at these camps include homemade breads, desserts, fresh salads, fruits and vegetables, and large cuts of quality meats.

We invite you to join us in Alaska. We promise you a fishing and wilderness experience that you will never forget.

Brad Duncan
Brad Duncan

This is Albert Hunter one of Dave Duncan & Sons guide from the Lower Base Camp and his son Joseph fishing for smelt under the ice on the Kanektok River in January.  I thought some of you guys who have fished with Albert for years would enjoy seeing this video.

 

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Conservation is important to us -


During your trip you will enjoy some of the most spectacular fishing in the world. Depending on the area you fish, there can be as many as nine different species of fish. All fish are wild because no stocking of fish takes place in these wilderness areas.

In the spirit of conservation, Dave Duncan & Sons uses only single barbless hooks and maintains a strict catch and release policy.


 

     
For more information or to make a reservation:
call (509)962-1060 or send e-mail info@alaskaflyfishingcamps.com
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