My first thought centered on Sun Valley, Idaho. You could fish anywhere from the Big Wood River, a first-class freestone river that flows through adjacent Ketchum; or myriad tributary mountain streams and hike-in lakes within 60 miles or so, if you count the Sawtooth and White Cloud mt. ranges, plus the Boulder and Pioneer ranges, which are also spectacular and even closer. If she's not that interested in dusty trails, she could drop you off, then avail herself of countless recreational, cultural, and power-shopping opportunities. But unless you take possession of the credit cards, it might cost you more than the Alaska trip. And leaving her alone overnight in a burg full of Hollywood types and ski instructors with time on their hands might prove to be even more costly. (Did you ever see "Honeymoon in Vegas"?) For a less costly version of same, How about Leavenworth, from which you can fish the Wenatchee River, Icicle Creek, and nearby hike-in lakes?