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Alaska's Fishing Unlimited Lodge

Alaska's Fishing Unlimited Lodge
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $8,000 to $9,000 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $5,000 to $6,000 Per Person
  • Type: Lodges
  • Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing

Alaska’s Fishing Unlimited Lodge is situated within Lake Clark National Park, one of the most beautiful and diverse parks in America. Travel to this fine lodge, located 160 miles southwest of Anchorage, with an hour-long, breathtaking flight through Lake Clark Pass. Skillful pilots/guides will whisk you away to one of their favorite holes in prime fishing area. A small number of guests, and planes that stay with you, give you the flexibility to change plans at any time. Enjoy the amenities after your fishing trip or flight. Go hiking, paddle on the lake, play horse shoes, or just sit back and relax in the hot tub. This lodge has been described by guests as the best they’ve ever visited.

A Bristol Bay Fly-Out Fishing Lodge

Flights from the lodge cover a large area of fabulous fishing and spectacular sightseeing, including all of the Bristol Bay Watershed, Katmai and Lake Clark National Parks, and the Iliamna/Kvichak Watershed. This includes the famous Katmai and Iliamna Trophy Rainbow area, where you can find tremendous trout weighing up to 18 pounds.
The lodge is one of very few where your plane stays with you all day. Since your pilot is also a seasoned guide, you have the flexibility to take off for other fishing holes or return to the lodge in changing weather. A second guide will accompany you in a DeHavilland Beaver to ensure an optimal guide to guest ratio. Pilots/guides have a combined 50 years of experience and are accident-free.

Located in the midst of some of the world’s best fresh water fishing

The lodge’s “backyard” is the famous Iliamna Trophy Rainbow area that’s teeming with Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char, Arctic Grayling, Northern Pike and Lake Trout. All five species of Pacific Salmon - Kings (Chinook), Reds (Sockeye), Silvers (Coho), Pink (Humpy) and Chum – flourish here. Your pursuit of these feisty fellows will be based on the daily fishing log begun by guides in 1976, an invaluable planning resource.
Most fishing takes place in freshwater streams, with a fleet of strategically-placed river boats waiting to take you to some favorite fishing spots. You can also cast for Silver Salmon in beautiful ocean bays. While freshwater fish are catch-and-release only, staff will be happy to prepare, freeze and box salmon for you to take home.

Enjoy the Great Outdoors

While you come to fish, the wide-ranging, daily fly-outs are excellent opportunities to experience the vast landscapes and indescribable beauty of Alaska. The lodge itself is an excellent home base for hiking, exploring the national park, and catching wildlife on camera. You may even see Dall sheep on nearby peaks while relaxing at your cabin.

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