Top 10 Remote Alaska Fishing Lodges
Kodiak Island Resort sits along the shoreline of Larsen Bay on Kodiak Island. The lodge offers complete luxury for guests to enjoy while not fishing. Sat amid some of Alaska's most pristine wilderness guest's of the lodge really do have the best of everything - excellent fishing, beautiful views, and incredible saltwater and freshwater fishing.
2 - 3 Days: $4,000 to $5,000 Per Person
Iniakuk Lake is a fly-in luxury lodge located 225 miles north of Fairbanks. The main lodge sits on Iniakuk Lake, just below the 4,000 foot peaks of Alaska’s Brooks Range. The lodge was hand-built by its owners, who specialize in providing individual attention for each client. Personal guides are available around the clock to help you make the most of your stay.
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.
Alaska Northwest Adventure Lodge is a remote lodge that sits along the Niukluk River. The lodge sits 75 on the Northeast side of Nome, Alaska and features amazing clear bottom creeks that are ripe with trophy Arctic Grayling. This is a tributary river of the Fish River and guests enjoy fishing all seven of the tributary rivers that Alaska Northwest Adventure fishes.
This is a remote fishing camp that offers guests a clean and comfortable stay. Your Hosts, Tom and BJ have lived in the remote areas of Alaska and raised caribou. They hunt and gather what they need to survive and along they way they share this lifestyle with guests who come to enjoy the outstanding fishing. Expect a warm and hospitable stay with amazing people.
Nestled in the foothills of the Alaska Range, Talaheim Lodge lies 80 miles west of Anchorage and 50 miles from the nearest road. Located on the Talachulitna River, one of the first hook-and-release Alaska trout fisheries in the state, it’s a prime location for a remote Alaska fly-in fishing lodge. Massachusetts native and forester Mark Miller pitched a tent at this site in 1974, naming it Talaheim Lodge. Mark now has 34 years of experience flying and fishing Alaska’s wilderness, and the tent is now a luxurious facility with modern appliances, solar powered electricity, a private airstrip, two helicopters, and a professional staff. With the owners’ children on the staff, the family atmosphere is palpable. Half of the bookings at this cozy getaway are repeat clientele.
This is the heart of the Yukon and it is remote. The lodge sits 450 miles northwest of Anchorage along the shores of the Anvik River. There are no other lodges, this is the only lodge on the Anvik River. With only five guests rooms and a single cabin, this is the lodge to come to when you want peace and quiet. Anvik is the nearest town to the Anvik River Lodge, and is located 75 miles down river. The property is surrounded by federal lands, so the river is yours. The Anvik River is a shallow river with oxbow bends and a clear rocky bottom. Fly-fish or spin cast, the lodge supplies all of the gear you need to have a fishing trip of a lifetime. You just need to show up with your bags for the charter flight from Anchorage and let Anvik River Lodge take care of the rest. Packages are all inclusive from Anchorage.
The Anvik River is home to four species of Pacific Salmon including the Chinook, Coho, Sockeye, and Chum salmon. In addition to salmon, you have a trophy sized Northern Pike, Arctic Char, and Arctic Grayling. Being so far north the sun never sets. Mix in the fact that this is river you can wade, guests can fish all day long. The guide ratio is 1:2 or 1:3. Expect personalized service, a comfortable lodge, and a River that is designated as a top fishery for the Yukon with and underutilized sports fishing history. All of this adds up to an incredible fishing adventure.
Twin Peaks Adventure is based out of Nome Alaska and specializes in helicopter fly fishing fly-outs. The focus is on fisheries that are only accessible by helicopter. Twin Peaks Adventures present an opportunity to fish in waters where man seldom is seen. What this means for fly fishermen is undisturbed fisheries that are rich in trophy sized opportunities. Each group is customized by Twin Peaks Adventures to the specific needs of the fishermen. This is a perfect adventure for veteran fishermen or beginners. The guides are experienced and helpful. If you want to learn how to fish like a master, then these are the guys to teach you.
Accommodations are based from a home-cabin on the Snake River. The cabin is cozy and rustic. Amenities include hot water, full kitchen, showers and a hot tub. Twin Peaks Adventures offers fly-outs from the cabin, or they will take you on float trips. Float trips are on-river adventures with tent camping and outstanding fishing.
2 - 3 Days: $500 to $1,000 Per Person
Imagine taking a floatplane to a remote cabin where you have the wilderness to yourself. Well, you don't have to imagine that any longer because Marina Air, offers remote cabin fly-in fishing trips for reasonable pricing. You have your choice of lakes, and each cabin offers easy access to fishing for a variety of fish species.
Beartracks Lodge sits at along the foothills of the beautiful Alaskan Range where the Talachulitna River meanders towards the ocean. This is a fly-in lodge about an hour from Anchorage. Where guests can opt to fish locally or charter a helicopter charter and fish remotely for the day. The lodge consists of a main lodge and log cabins. There are hot showers, comfortable beds, and family-style meals.
2 - 3 Days: $2,000 to $3,000 Per Person
The Tordrillo Mountain Lodge offers a remote and quite beautiful location that is only 40 minutes from Anchorage by air. This is an amazing place that offers guest over 20 years of guiding visitors to their dream wilderness activities. The lodge sits along the banks of the Talachulitna River and Judd Lake and offers views of Mt. McKinley and the Tordrillo Mountains.
The accommodations offer guests a blend of lush decor and rugged wilderness all wrapped up in an interesting architectural style. There are three decks on which guests can relax and enjoy the surrounding beauty. There is a hot tub with amazing views of the lake and the night sky. There are a great room and a family room where guests can settle in and enjoy their stay.