Planning a visit to Cordova, Alaska? Activities Include:
April & May - bear hunting, subsistence King salmon, and Cordova's annual shorebird festival.
June & July - hiking, biking, boating, fly fishing (varieties of trout, and Red salmon), river rafting, glacier viewing, flight seeing, photography, deep sea fishing (halibut, salmon sharks, lingcod, rockfish, etc...).
August & September - "prime time" for Silver salmon (plus all the above mentioned activities).
September & October - as a major intersection on the North American migratroy waterfoul route, Cordova's best kept secret has got to be the duck hunting (also Canadian Geese and Sandhill Crane).
You are welcome to contact us for more information on hunting and fishing seasons in Cordova, Alaska. We'll be happy to help you plan your trip!