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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, Rainbow Trout, Chum Salmon, Dolly Varden, Steelhead
Aleutian Rivers Angling hosts two fishing camps on the Alaska Peninsula. Both camps, the Sapsuk River Camp and the Steelhead River Camp sit within a few miles of the village of Nelson Lagoon. This is a remote region that exists on the outskirts of where tourists usually travel. Nelson Lagoon is a small village of 25 houses and guests of Aleutian Rivers Angling are invited by the native peoples to enjoy the natural fishing paradise in these remote waters.
Expect comfortable accommodations with a focus on fishing. Currently, both camps feature Weatherport Tents that sits on raised wooden platforms. The tents feature solar panel lights, padded sleeping cots, and easy chairs. There is a fly-tying table. Guest sleep in sleeping bags with a liner. Expect basic accommodations in a clean and comfortable location.
Meals are served buffet and family style. Guest enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner prepared by local cooks who understand how to create amazing meals. Snacks and beverages are available throughout your day. The focus here is on unprecedented fishing.
Sapsuk River Camp
Steelhead River Camp
Nelson Lagoon Adventures supplies guests with all of the fishing equipment needed. Guests are welcome to bring their own equipment. If you bring your own fly fishing gear, make sure that you have fly patterns that match the Alaska salmon and trout tastes. A good tip is to bring a fly box with a range of flies in the colors of bright pink through solid black. A mixture of popsicle patterns works too. Leech patterns are often used too. Rainbows and salmon love the color pink.
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