Top 10 Remote Alaska Fishing Lodges
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The Alagnak Lodge sits along the Alagnak River in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska. The Alagnak Lodge is a true lodge with all guests rooms located in the same building. The modern lodge features modern amenities and a variety of room types. Guests can opt for family or group rooms, couple rooms or rooms for single travelers. Guests appreciate the steam room and a soothing, relaxing atmosphere that it provides after a long day of fishing.
Dining here is awesome. Breakfast is made to order. Lunch is served hot and dinner is a full feature event. Expect top quality food and ingredients. Dinners consist of NY Strip Steak, Halibut, King Crab, and of course salmon. There is freshly made bread, desserts, and guests enjoy the all you can eat buffet for dinner. Dive in and enjoy the bounties of a long day fishing
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.
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For the more adventurous type this is an incredible and remote Alaska experience. A self-guided float trip through the Alaskan wilderness on a large inflatable raft. These are easy flowing rivers with the purpose of the trip being fishing (not whitewater rafting). Which of our nine rivers you choose will depend on the species of fish you want to catch and the time of year. All of our unguided packages are designed for our guests to bring/supply as little as possible. In a nutshell.....you provide food, sleeping bag, and personal/fishing gear....we take care of the rest.
Prices for unguided trips include all bush flying and airport pick-ups and transportation around Aniak, rafts and camping gear. Contact Us for more information on our unguided float trips!
Trips run Monday through Saturday include guided fishing, round trip transporation from Aniak, lodging, food and one bush flyout for up to 6 people. Imagine the wonderful fishing you will experience by having an experienced guide, an airplane at your beck and call and some of the finest fishing rivers in the world for an entire week! Aniak Air Guides' lodge sits on the outskirts of the village of Aniak, at the confluence of The Aniak & Kuskokwim Rivers (see location page). Being right in the heart of the 3 most productive fisheries in western/southwest Alaska ( the Yukon, Kuskokwim, and Bristol Bay Drainages), gives us a unique advantage to access, and choose from so many wonderful and productive fisheries. Local waters commonly yield 20-30 salmon per day!....not too mention all the rainbows, arctic char, dolly varden, & arctic grayling. King and chum salmon are the first to arrive.... starting their run by the village in mid June and culminating by the end of July. Aggressive silvers typically show in late July, and hit all the way thru mid-Sept. Reds and pinks are sprinkled in from late June thru early August. Rainbow Trout fishing is second to none, starting in mid-June, with hot fishing all the way in to September. Arctic char, dolly varden, and arctic grayling are also caught in abundance until mid-September.
Aniak Air Guides is located in the village of Aniak and is only accessible by plane or by boat. The nice thing about staying here is that they will pick you up at the airport. It is easy to charter a flight from Anchorage to Aniak. The village of Aniak sits along the banks of the Kuskokwim River and is a community of about 500 people in the summer. The lodge doubles as a B&B and houses up to 12 guests. The lodge is made up of a main lodge and three out-cabins and offers a private time for guests.
This is bush country Alaska style, and the Aniak Air Guides lodge is pretty amazing. It is comfortable and offers conveniences such as WiFi, Cable TV, and 24-hour electricity. They will even allow you to bring your pets. A new service for Aniak Air Guides is the Fly-out - Drop-off Self Guided Float Trip which is a perfect way to explore the rugged and beautifully wild rivers of Alaska.
Besides that amazing fishing, guests can raft down the rivers or head out into the wilderness backpacking. There is always the wildlife and wildlife viewing trips. If you are a hunter, this lodge easily accommodates hunters.
Check these guys out as this is a hidden oasis for fishermen and those who love the outdoors. It does not get much richer for Alaska Aventures. Rob's done an amazing job of setting this up right.
Guided, outfitted Anchorage fly-in day fishing trip (7:30am - 6pm), $525/person (groups of 2-3), $499/person (4+ people). Or extend your stay to a 24-hour overnight at the lodge including lunch, deluxe cabin + gourmet dinner, wine/beer, full breakfast + guided fishing for $725/person (11am day 1 to 12pm day 2)
We offer the best customized, All-inclusive Alaska fishing lodge and wilderness adventure packages!
New! Also check out our fly-in wilderness outpost cabin adventures! Alaska Pioneer Cabin Outpost and Solitude Island Retreat. Bundle a stay at one of our outposts with a fishing experience at the main lodge! For all of our custom adventure packages, please visit our new Fishing and multi-sport Alaska adventure packages!
Our Alaska wilderness and 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 or wilderness adventure package today with Wilderness Place Lodge. For fishing trips, visit our Alaska peak fishing calendar to coincide your vacation with preferred target fish species. For DIY or guided Adventure trips, Outposts, Glamping and bundled packages, check out our Wilderness Adventure Page
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 and eco-adventure company 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 Alaska 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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.