We at the Alaska Steelhead Co. like to say that our Fall Steelhead Trip on the Kenai Peninsula has the “ultimate fishing travel insurance”… our “Ironclad Steelhead Insurance”. What does that mean? When traveling to fish for steelhead, the biggest fear of steelhead anglers both young and old is the tragic, heavy rain that can result in unfishable, blown out rivers. It is absolutely devastating and most steelhead destinations don’t have any other options for anglers. While no outfitter can control the fishing, let alone Mother Nature, we at the Alaska Steelhead Co. are here to tell you that we are the only steelhead outfitter (that we are aware of) that can prevent this from happening to our guests. The most common river we fish CANNOT blow out! The river is vastly fed by snow and ice from an icefield and lake with little to no tributaries along its short path to Cook Inlet. Because of its geographical nature, heavy rain has extremely mild effects on this already shallow river giving way to exceptional steelhead fishing no matter how bad Mother Nature wants to punish us. This is an anomaly in the steelhead world that we are proud to offer to our guests and we call it Alaska Steelhead Co.’s “Ironclad Steelhead Insurance”.