John is a beef eating, corn fed, bass catching Texan. While not in Texas you can find him catching salmon with a jig or frog
Tyler is a Great Lakes Tributaries wild man, chasing chrome year round. Alaska is just another place to keep that mining for silver dream alive. Tyler might love drowning skein or chucking gear but he is no stranger to the fly game either!
Bailey is from Wisconsin where he chases big trout and Steelhead ! This cheese eating wisco boy is a fisherman to the core it’s literally on his mind all the time. When not fishing he‘s gearing up or tying flies for the next trip!
Austin also hails from the Great Lake State. Attending School at Northern Michigan University spending as much time as possible chasing fish all around the state! Don‘t let the mullet fool you this kid is all business on the water!
Johnny is another Michigan born and raised fishing machine! Michigan might be John‘s home but he’s just as comfortable chasing Alaskan species as well! This soon to be retired chimney sweep may have found his true calling!
This kid might be from Michigan but possibly far enough south to be considered a buckeye! Ben is one fishy guy and we‘re not just talking about his smell, he‘ll put you on the chrome rain or shine!
Ben “Copperhead” is one of our up and coming guides that can be found at home on the “Big Water” in Michigan or assisting clients on the river in Alaska. Ben is quick with lending a helping hand whether it’s fly or spin fishing!
Chef Tim is a mastermind in the kitchen and being a Texan also at the Smoker or BBQ pit! This man aims to please and will leave you wondering “how do you do this in the bush”!
Kennedy is from well you guessed it Michigan. A warm welcoming personality to greet you, making your introduction to Riversong as seamless as possible! Kennedy loves to fish as much as the rest of the fish bums around the lodge.
Kaity is from the great state of Alaska with a spirit just as big to match. Kaity is a wizard with deserts for those of you with a sweet tooth! Scaring Kaity is not a good idea as it often backfires on you!
Anna is a local who has been at Riversong longer than any of us. Whether it’s taking care of the guest cabins or our beautiful flowers on the deck and around the property Anna’s presence is felt all around each and every day!
We are currently booking for the 2023/2024 seasons. Peak dates go fast every year, it’s recommended to book 8 to 12 months in advance. Attached is a calendar we have added it will be updated daily.https://www.lodgerunner.com/app/externals/availability/roomgrid1.aspx?company=X9G5F7A0