About Kaniak Expeditions

In July 2017, I left investment banking to dirtbag my way around the world in search of fly fishing and bowhunting adventure.

I fooled bonefish in The Keys during the madness of mini lobster season, fed hoppers to rising Cutthroat’s under a Yellowstone sunset, shacked up with a cougar in Jackson Hole, melted frozen boot laces with a camp stove while solo elk hunting the Montana backcountry, landed my first GT on fly on the flats of a far flung atoll in Indonesia, learned to motorbike during Friday rush hour in Hanoi, Vietnam, walked away from a Tokyo bar girl ‘drink spiking’  a couple dollars poorer and a friendship richer, MacGyvered a jungle generator to watch my Dawgs fall to Alabama yet again, landed a possible world record Ocean Triggerfish in Nicaragua, and promised myself to make it back to these places and experiences once again. 

Who We Are

We believe fly fishing opens the world to modern-day exploration. In our opinion, words like luxury and pampered are not a prerequisite to quality saltwater fly fishing. We offer hosted saltwater fly fishing camps for adventurous anglers. 

The Fishing

We unapologetically focus on quality over quantity. We target on-foot and sight fishing opportunities. 

The Mission

We believe fly fishing can be a force for good and drive conservation of fragile ecosystems for future generations. We practice strict catch & release fishing for target species.

About Kaniak Expeditions

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Those 8 months were everything I had dreamed of while toiling away at a Bloomberg terminal on the bond trading floor. These adventures also laid the foundation for Kaniak Expeditions. In fact, many of my first clients were folks I met along the way.

 

My goal with Kaniak Expeditions is to help you feel the exhilaration and satisfaction of skill-based wilderness pursuits. On-foot saltwater fly fishing is not easy, and that's exactly what makes it so enrapturing. I am also driven by the belief that first hand experience in nature creates committed conservationists. By learning to give a damn about these beautiful places that house these incredible creatures, we might just save it after all.