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Angry Eagle Lodge & Outfitters

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Angry Eagle Lodge & Outfitters
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $9,000 - $12,000 Per Person
  • Type: Lodges
  • Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing

Angry Eagle Lodge & Outfitters was once Rainbow Bay Lodge and is now under new owership. Angrey Eagle Lodge sits on the beautiful shores of Iliamna Lake in the fish-rich waters of Pedro Bay.

What has not changed is the lodges location, which sits between Lake Clark National Park and Katmai National Park within the Bristol Bay Watershed. You can also expect to find must of the same staff including the old owners. The change is of ownership simply expands the number of owners of the property. In many ways, nothing has changed here other than the name.

Fishing for Trophy Fish with Angry Eagle Lodge & Outfitters

This is a remote wilderness fishing lodge. It offers some of the most amazing fishing expedition for small groups of fishermen with a high guide to fishermen ratio. The targeted species of fish at Angry Eagle Lodge & Outfitters are Rainbow Trout, King Salmon, and Arctic Grayling. The lodge holds up to 18 guests. It offers fly-out fishing trips via its fleet of DeHavilland Beaver, Cessna 185, and Stinson planes. The Bristol Bay Watershed is a huge track of land that is full of major rivers, crystal clear streams, and creeks. To find the best fishing every day requires a change of scenery. That is why a fly-out trip lodge is perfect for people who want the best fly fishing action around.

When to Come For the Best Fishing?

Fishing starts May 15 when the King Salmon Season opens. All year long the Rainbow Trout are available, but people come for the opportunity to land a massive salmon. Kings weigh-in from 15-30 pounds on average and every season someone catches a 50 plus pound fish. The Best time for Kings here is late-may to mid-June. By the end of June the King season closes, and the fish are spawning. The Sockeye are available, and it is a fun adventure to Floss Sockeye. If you fly out, you have the option of targeting some amazing fish. The Silvers are here in August, but the Northern Pike, Arctic Char, Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, and Arctic Grayling can be found year round within the Bristol Bay Watershed.

Guided Fishing is A must Here

Bristol Bay is huge. You need a guide who knows the land and the rivers that run wild through it. It is the guides who make this a spectacular fishing adventure. They know where the fish are. They know how the rivers flow and where the best fishing areas are for each type of fish. There is a lot of fishing action here. Expect to come back to the lodge each night wore out from fishing.

If you want a fishing paradise in the remote area of Alaska, then the Angry Eagle Lodge & Outfitters is a great place to visit.

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