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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
- What we fish for: King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Pink Salmon, Arctic Char, Northern Pike, Arctic Grayling, Whitefish, Chum Salmon
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.
It's like having your own private fishing reserve at our truly remote yet extremely comfortable lodge
Whether you are a novice or a seasoned angler, fly-fisher or spin caster, you'll have the time of your life reeling in Pacific Salmon, Northern Pike, Arctic Char, Dolly Varden and Arctic Grayling all on the Anvik River.
Our accomplished guides each have their own techniques to help you catch more fish than you can imagine.
The operation practices catch-and-release of pike, char and grayling, with the exception of shore lunches. Fishing for Sockeye Salmon is catch-and-release as well. Guests may keep male Chum, King and Silver Salmon only. House limits are currently one King per person, per day and two Chum and Silvers per person, per day.
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