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Approximate Cost:6 - 7 Days: $5,500 to $6,000 Per Person4 - 5 Days: $3,500 to $4,000 Per Person2 - 3 Days: $2,500 to $3,000 Per Person
- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
- What we fish for: King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Pink Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char, Arctic Grayling, Chum Salmon, Dolly Varden
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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
Fishing In the Bristol Bay Watershed
The Bristol Bay Watershed is home to all five species of Pacific Salmon. In these waters fishermen seek the monster trophy fish, those being the King Salmon. Kings weigh between 20-60 pounds on average, but can top the 120 pound mark. The Silvers are the next largest, and a good sized silver weighs 20-30 pounds. It is the Silver Salmon that put the word sport into sports fishing. They are legendary for their fight, display, and tenacity. The Pink Salmon are the most common, and they spawn in the rivers only on the even numbered years. The Sockeye Salmon are beautiful and when the run peaks, the rivers are Red with fish. The Tiger (Chum) Salmon are quite beautiful. They feature red and green strips that look something like camouflage. All of these fish are good eating, but each is prized for something unique.
The Other Fantastic Fish on the Alagnak
The Alagnak River -- Paradise
Come and enjoy Alaska. The fishing here at Alagnak Lodge is something that you will always remember, and in its subtle way, Alaska will call you back again.
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- i booked with Tony in the winter of 2019 for 2020. i lost my wife due to cancer in April 2020, Tony refunded ALL of my down payment. i then booked in the early spring 2021, 3 of us went July 25...
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- My trip to the Alagnak Lodge was originally planned for the summer of 2020. Due to the pandemic, it was then postponed to the summer of 2021. However, because of personal circumstances, I had to...
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- We were to be at Alagnak Lodge for several nights in early July 2020. Due to the COVID situation, the lodge was closed for the season and we unfortunately were not able to make it there. Tony (the...
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