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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
The Alpine Creek Lodge is open year round and offers a well-rounded set of adventures including top Arctic Grayling fishing. The lodge sits at mile 68 along the Denali Highway. Guests of the lodge have choices between rooms, luxury suites, cabins, or you can rent the entire lodge.
The lodge is a multi-story lodge with a rustic charm and comfortable furnishing. Meals are served family style, and the large common room is perfect for telling fishing or hunting stories.
Fishing with Alpine Creek Lodge
Grayling season begins June 1 and runs through September 15. The best time to fish for Grayling is during the month of July when they peak. Guests fish for Salmon along the Gulkana River as a day trip. The Salmon season on the Gulkana River is from June 1 through September 15th. Other fish you may encounter includes the Lake Trout and Burbot.
Burbot is freshwater cod-like fish. The long and lean Burbot often feed at night. When you look at a Burbot, they look like a cross between a catfish and an eel. They are neither. They are, in fact, related to the ling cod, which is also not a cod. The world record Burbot weighed 25 pounds and two ounces and was caught in Canada. That may be because few fishermen in Alaska target the Burbot. Everyone wants to fish for Salmon. If you are looking to break the Burbot world record, This could well be the lodge that helps you do that.
The Sail Fin Graylings
Other adventures include ice fishing, hunting, and Adventuring.
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