Top 10 Alaska Fishing Trips Under $6,000 - 7 Days
Our Alaska fishing lodge offers a unique experience. We are just a bit more flexible than other fly-in lodges and our inclusive packages make it just that much easier! Get to Anchorage, and we'll take care of you every step of the way. Plan your Alaska fishing trip today with Wilderness Place Lodge. Visit our Alaska peak fishing calendar to coincide your vacation with preferred target fish species.
Perched on the river banks of beautiful Lake Creek Alaska, Wilderness Place Lodge sits on 10 private acres in the heart of the Susitna Valley, 80 air miles northwest of Anchorage. We are a full-service, deluxe Alaska fishing lodge focused on the best service and hospitality. Lake Creek, our home river, is a freestone river system meandering 60 miles from its source at Chelatna Lake on the border of Denali National Park. The river is famed for its large runs of all 5 species of Alaska pacific salmon and healthy native populations of Rainbow Trout. Our fishing lodge offers all-inclusive, full service packages for any duration stay. You can arrive and depart on any day of the week, which makes our operation very unique and comfortably flexible. The private deluxe cabins are modern with comfy mattresses, fine amenities and full bath/shower within. The food is top notch and the staff is the friendliest people you will meet. We take pride in hospitality first to be sure all our comfortable and feel welcome at our unique wilderness place.
Angler's Alibi is a rustic, yet comfortable, fishing camp on the Alagnak River in the famous Bristol Bay watershed, 23 miles North of King Salmon. This cozy camp is just outside the Katmai National Park boundary, over 250 miles from the nearest highway. Its location on the tidewater section of the Alagnak River means that you don't even need to leave camp to find amazing fishing. No fly-outs means you can spend more time on the river than at other lodges. Or, fly-out to Moraine Creek, Funnel Creek, and other fantastic fishing holes to say you were there. The near 90% guest return rate at Angler's Alibi offers evidence of its excellence.
The Crooked Creek Retreat Lodge is a mixed lodge. It offers both Saltwater sports fishing and Freshwater sports fishing to its guests. The lodge is situated just a few miles from the town of Kasilof, Alaska of the banks of the Crooked Creek. This is a central location that can put you on the mighty Kenai River in 15 minutes or on the ocean in less than an hour. This is a well-rounded lodge. Auntie Dorothy makes sure that you get all the fishing you want and then when you come back to the lodge you get the luxury and comfort from a crew that knows how to take care of its guests. Great food, great rooms, and phenomenal fishing. This is a Cabelas Outdoor Adventures Lodge, and it holds numerous #1 awards and ratings from guests who have come and lived the adventure. The worst part about Crooked Creek Retreat is going home.
The Copper River Lodge, as the name implies, is right on the world famous Copper River itself in Iliamna, Alaska. Joe Hyde, the on-site manager, has over ten years of experience, and it shows. The lodge’s track record speaks for itself. The facility was fully booked for the 2013 season, and at least 80% of clients are repeats or have been referred by previous guests.
Intricate Bay Lodge is located on Lake Iliamna in the Bristol Bay region, with access to fishing in the famous Copper and Gibraltar Rivers. A brand new main lodge will be opening in the fall of 2014. Each room in the additional summer house includes a private full bathroom and deck. Explore the rugged and remote Alaskan landscape while enjoying all the comforts of home and more, including wireless Internet, private baths, and professionally prepared meals.
Alaska's River Adventures sits between the town of Kenai and Seward in the Chugach National Forest. Guests are housed in individual log cabins. Guests can drive from Anchorage, or they can arrange to take a bush plane via the lodge. There is much opportunity here for fishermen as Alaska's River Adventures floats most of the Kenia River from Lake Kenai to Skilak Lake.
Redoubt Mountain Lodge fringes Crescent Lake in the heart of the Chigmit Mountains in southwest Alaska. It’s named for Redoubt Volcano, an active volcano punctuating the landscape for miles around. Redoubt Mountain Lodge is also very close to National Park & Preserve. The only lodge and privately owned property within 25 miles, Redoubt Mountain Lodge offers a truly remote Alaskan experience. With 12 guests and 11 full-time staff, Redoubt Mountain Lodge provides a superior level of personalized service to its clients.
EPIC Angling and Adventure operates two remote fly fishing adventure trips on the Alaska Peninsula. Each experience will take you far away from paved roads and the typical structured fly fishing lodge setting. There’s no fine paintings, no fancy carpet and few formalities... just a genuine atmosphere, pristine waters, no crowds, sore arms and mind-blowing numbers of fish!
EPIC's Alaska Wilderness SAFARI camp appears in the book Fifty Places to Fly Fish Before You Die.
Big Ku Lodge its on the outlet of Lake Kukaklek within the Katmai and Iliamna region of Alaska. What does that mean for you? It means prime Rainbow Trout country. By prime, we are talking up to 18 pounds and sometimes as long as 30 inches. The lodge is located almost 2 hours due west of Anchorage in the inland area of Bristol Bay. The lodge is rustic, modern and practical and has all of the creature comforts of home. Guestrooms have private bath, and the beds are comfortable. Meals are served in the dining room family style. There are never more than six guests, and each of the three rooms is double occupancy. The view from the lodge will forever be etched on your heart. It is stunningly beautiful and full of color. The fishing here will be remembered for the rest of your life.
As you may have guessed, Alaska's Anvik River Lodge is located on the Anvik River, about 450 miles northwest of Anchorage. It’s the only lodge on this historic river, which was used as a trade route by Russian explorers from Russian ports in St. Michael, Alaska in the 1800s. Today the tiny town of Anvik, located at the confluence of the Anvik River and the mighty Yukon River, is home to a mere 80 residents. The lodge itself is located 75 miles upriver from Anvik on a former homestead, and some of the original structures can still be seen.