Top 10 Fishing & Adventure Trips
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Alaska offers a lot more than epic fishing – many lodges give guests the option to experience even more of the Alaskan wilderness by offering adventure trips like kayaking, bear viewing, glacier cruises, and more. Take full advantage of your trip North at one of these lodges that offer great fishing plus adventure options!
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This package includes all meals during your stay. 6 days of guided lodge based river experiences, whether it be fishing, wildlife- viewing or adventure activities. Comfortable heated riverfront cabin with access to toilet and hot showers only a few steps away from your cabin door, or en-suite toilet and hot showers. You will arrive on Sunday, and activities begin Monday through Saturday with departure on the following Sunday.
For those who think a toilet and bed is too extravagant and would rather spend their nights in a tent surrounded by the stars and sounds of the wild, we have the perfect package for you. Our guests will stay in a tent camp on the lower Alagnak river hosted by professional guides and targeting primarily fresh sea-run salmon. There is a possibility for Rainbow Camps near the Lake Outlets early season in June as well. Like our lodge based packages you will arrive on Sunday, fish Monday through Saturday and depart on the following Sunday. Your meals are included, and your help around camp is expected.
If you are more in tune with nature and would rather spend your days floating down river on a raft, evenings setting up camp and sleeping in tent under the stars, then our float trip package is right up your ally. You will be dropped off with your guide at the source of the river and picked up miles downstream 7 days later. You will be expected to help with the setting up and breaking down of camp each day as well as other daily chores. Like our lodge based packages you will arrive on Sunday, fish Monday through Saturday and depart on the following Sunday. All meals included.
And finally, for the extreme Chuck Norris types out there, we provide a do it yourself float trip package. We will send you and/or your group, off on this adventure trip with everything you need, from pots and pans to the rafts and tents you will be spending your days and nights in. This is a great way to live out your childhood dream of pitting yourself against a remote Alaskan river, with just a rod in hand, and no one to answer to. Now I like a warm bed and flush toilet myself, but don't let me stop you from living your dream! Like our lodge based packages you will arrive on Sunday, fish Monday through Saturday and depart on the following Sunday. Bring your own food.
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Very limited spots for five (5) days of fishing between 5/27 and 6/10 (start any day). Save $1,200 per angler with a two angler minimum on 3 days of Alaska River king salmon fishing (2 fulls, 1 half) and 2 days of offshore halibut fishing.
Includes 5 nights at the Great Alaska! Lodge (no fishing on final day). Great Alaska! is our renowned riverfront lodge...with amazing meals in our dining area overlooking the Kenai River and mountains. Includes pick-up in Anchorage on day one, all meals, daily guided activities, and equipment.
2 - 7 Day Trips Available starting at $1,795 Per Person. Complimentary Anchorage pickup, from 2 to 7 big days of guided fishing in Alaska, with spin or Fly Fishing and arrival on any day you choose. Enjoy riverfront cabins with private bath and view from our world renowned Kenai Riverside Lodge at the confluence of the Kenai and Moose rivers. Your package will feature a mix of species, waters, boats and gear, making it a unique and memorable Alaska fishing trip. This trip features our Renowned riverside main lodge on the World Famous Kenai River. All trips are double occupancy, with single rooms sometimes available for an additional fee. Evening activities include Moose River Kayaking or Paddle boarding, "by the fire" salmon fly fishing and sometimes, some campfire salmon with s'mores.
5 - 7 Day Trips Available starting at $5,095 Per Person. Truly the perfect Alaska Adventure, combining world class sport fishing and incredible wildlife viewing. You'll target Alaska's "Big Three"- Salmon, Trout and Halibut, plus enjoy the incredible experience that is BearCamp. Choose between offshore Halibut fishing or Kenai Fjords cruising, all in one amazing week. Beware imitations...this is our most popular, full week experience and for good reason- it satisfies the cravings of hard core fishermen and nature lovers alike, and those who simply want a fantastic Alaskan experience.
The Ultimate Alaska Adventure features stays at our world famous BearCamp and renowned riverside main lodge. BearCamp is a "glamping" style base camp with beds and linens, gas heat and light, "en Suite" potties in the tents and composting toilets and showers in shared bathrooms. Main lodge features river and mountain view rooms complete with individual decks. All trips based on double occupancy - single rooms sometimes available for an additional fee.
There are those for whom the experience is all...those who choose to fill their lives with exceptional adventures. If you yearn for variety and memories that last a lifetime, "The Bucket List" is your ultimate Alaska experience. Once in a lifetime, up close and personal Brown Bear viewing at our private BearCamp®, world class fishing with our guides and glaciers, helicopters, wilderness Trains and much more - spread out over 11 memorable days in 3 of Alaska's spectacular National Parks - all based out of our renowned riverside Adventure Lodge. This is as good as it gets, and without a question one of the very best trips in Alaska.
The Great Alaska Adventures is a conglomerate of lodges and wilderness camps. They focus on the entire grace of Alaska including wildlife, adventure, and fishing. Their strength is that they can customize their packages to meet your agenda. If you want to experience pure fishing, they can do that for you. If you want a well-rounded trip that includes fishing, then they can do that for you too. They run out of the Kenai River area where guests find amazing food and luxury. The lodge is the Kenai River Lodge, and it sits on a pristine 25 acre homestead site where the Kenai River and the Moose River meet. It is a fishing paradise.
Katmailand Anglers Paradise Lodges is really three lodges built around the concept of fishing, touring Alaska and groups. Each of the lodge offers something different. The lodges sit within the Katmai National Park. The lodges are Brooks Lodge, Grosvenor Lodge and Kulik Lodge. The area is part of the worlds best rainbow trout and salmon fisheries.
Rusts Flying Service puts you on big Salmon and Trout with as little as 35-minutes of air time. They fly out of Anchorage and utilize the beautifully clear waters of Lake Creek. Guided fishing in the remote parts of Alaska has never been this easy. In addition to day trips, they offer unguided fishing, guided fishing, and overnight cabin packages so that fishers in Anchorage can enjoy a world-class day of fishing.
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.
Bettles Lodge is located 35 miles inside of the arctic circle and in the village of Bettles. The lodge sits south east of both the Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve and the Kobuk Valley National Park and on the banks of the Koyukuk River. This is a place of pristine beauty where the wilderness is set against the huge sky, the Brooks Range, and Koyukuk River. This is the Kobuk Valley, and it is home to some amazing fisheries.
There are two Lodges, the Bettles Lodge and the Aurora Lodge. Bettles lodge is a National Historic site This is a place of rustic charm with a down-home kind of feel. Enjoy a game of pool in the billiard room or enjoy the quiet comfort of the screened porch. The lobby holds a full service dining room and for those who partake a full bar. Upstairs you will find six cozy rooms with basic amenities. The Aurora Lodge is more of a luxury lodge with Jacuzzi bathtubs and private bathrooms. Other comforts include a wood sauna and on-site massage room. The Aurora Lodge is a slower pace that runs on your schedule.
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.
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.
The Tower Rock Lodge sits on the banks of the Kenai River in the heart of Alaska's best fisheries. Throughout the summer season, the salmon are thick in the local waters. The Trophy Rainbows are here all year long. The Tower Lodge is sponsored by Orvis Fishing and is the only lodge in the Kenai area to receive that distinguished and coveted award. The lodge is home to 25 guests at a time and offers world class fishing, guiding and food.
The Tower Rock Lodge is a set of four cabins that sleep up to four people and the main lodge which offers outstanding relaxation facilities. This is a lodge that is designed to host small groups of friends and coworkers to explore the best fly fishing in the world. Cabins feature private bathrooms and blackout blinds so that you can sleep during the longer days of summer. You will need your rest because the fishing here is intense.
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.