4 hr Ice Fishing Tour

4 hr Ice Fishing Tour
Outdoor Activities > Fishing Charters & Tours > Fishing Tour
$149
Duration: 4 hours
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Description

It's Christmas year-round in North Pole, Alaska-just 20 minutes away from Fairbanks. You'll find candy cane painted on city streets and holiday parades in July, At the hub of the festivities is Santa Claus House, a frontier general store and post office turned holiday shop. The postal traditional lives on-official letters from Santa are postmarked from the North Pole and stamped with an official Santa seal.  If it is closed you will walk around in North Pole enjoying the Reindeer, and photos with the world's largest Santa. 
In Alaska, rivers and lakes freeze over from November to March. the ice can reach a thickness of almost three feet and it provides a great environment for one of the favorite winter pastimes in Alaska-ice fishing. Sit in the warmth of a small ice house and peer into the mysterious green color of the ice and water below. Our local fishing guide will teach you the tricks of ice-fishing and if you catch a  fish you can grill it up on the spot.

We provide transportation to and from the lake where you will fish with experienced guides for Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char, Northern Pike and Perch in one of our custom built ice houses. Enjoy the brisk, clear air and peaceful environment of Interior Alaska and the home to some of the best ice fishing this state has to offer. 

Hot drinks and grilled fish served while fishing. We stop by North Pole and the Santa Claus House for your enjoyment. 
Start time for pick-ups is 12:00 pm. You will arrive at the ice about 1 pm and fish until 4. We will get together at 4:30 and depart to Santa Claus House, you will have one hour at least to choose the Christmas gifts for you and your family. You will return to Fairbanks around 18:30. 
INCLUDED:
Roundtrip transporation
Fishing gear
Fishing instruction
Santa House visit
Warm drinks

NOT INCLUDED:
Fishing license (purchasable in advance or at Fred Meyer)

It's Christmas year-round in North Pole, Alaska-just 20 minutes away from Fairbanks. You'll find candy cane painted on city streets and holiday parades in July, At the hub of the festivities is Santa Claus House, a frontier general store and post office turned holiday shop. The postal traditional lives on-official letters from Santa are postmarked from the North Pole and stamped with an official Santa seal.  If it is closed you will walk around in North Pole enjoying the Reindeer, and photos with the world's largest Santa. 
In Alaska, rivers and lakes freeze over from November to March. the ice can reach a thickness of almost three feet and it provides a great environment for one of the favorite winter pastimes in Alaska-ice fishing. Sit in the warmth of a small ice house and peer into the mysterious green color of the ice and water below. Our local fishing guide will teach you the tricks of ice-fishing and if you catch a  fish you can grill it up on the spot.