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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
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Bettles Lodge is located 35 miles inside of the arctic circle and in the village of Bettles. The lodge sits south east of both the Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve and the Kobuk Valley National Park and on the banks of the Koyukuk River. This is a place of pristine beauty where the wilderness is set against the huge sky, the Brooks Range, and Koyukuk River. This is the Kobuk Valley, and it is home to some amazing fisheries.
There are two Lodges, the Bettles Lodge and the Aurora Lodge. Bettles lodge is a National Historic site This is a place of rustic charm with a down-home kind of feel. Enjoy a game of pool in the billiard room or enjoy the quiet comfort of the screened porch. The lobby holds a full service dining room and for those who partake a full bar. Upstairs you will find six cozy rooms with basic amenities. The Aurora Lodge is more of a luxury lodge with Jacuzzi bathtubs and private bathrooms. Other comforts include a wood sauna and on-site massage room. The Aurora Lodge is a slower pace that runs on your schedule.
Experienced, Guided Fishing trips in the Arctic Circle
Fishing in the North: Tarpon of the North - Strong enough to rip the rod from your hands
Bettles Lodge: Explore the Wilderness and Quiet of the Far North
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