Intern Description – Alaskan Fishing Guide
Intern Description – Alaska Fishing Guides who apply for this position will develop extensive knowledge of reading water, operating jet outboard motors and instructing guests on how to spin or fly fish.
If you are new to Alaska, don’t worry, you should have no problems with fishing the streams here. We can offer additional training for experienced fishing guides. We will familiarize you with the locations you’ll be fishing and provide advanced training. Intern fishing guides will learn how to fly and lure fish, develop a broad range of knowledge of flies and tackle and be able to instruct novice and experienced fishermen in catching fish.
From the skills we teach, you will be able to supervise fishing guests and assist those who have problems with casting techniques. We expect you to be entertaining as well as knowledgeable. You will need basic cooking skills, first aid training and be able to get along with a wide range of guest personalities. When not guiding or training, you are asked to help around the lodge with miscellaneous projects.
Alaska, USA’s largest state yet remote from the main continent, offers a spectacular wilderness to experience. Thoughts of Alaska evoke dreams of larger-than-life scenic outdoors. These aren’t wisps of imagination. They are supported by incredible hunting & sport fishing experiences. All can be yours! Moose! Interior Brown Bear! Caribou! Wolverine! Wolves! The hunt of a lifetime!