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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
The Copper River Lodge, as the name implies, is right on the world famous Copper River itself in Iliamna, Alaska. Joe Hyde, the on-site manager, has over ten years of experience, and it shows. The lodge's track record speaks for itself. The facility was fully booked for the 2013 season, and at least 80% of clients are repeats or have been referred by previous guests.
The Copper River is one of the best trout rivers in Alaska
The classic Copper River rarely blows out. 80% of the water in this 22-mile long river originates from a lake, and when it does blow out, it recovers very quickly. It offers long dry fly glides, and some of the best dry fly fishing in Alaska in June and July. Deep, undercut banks add to the excitement.
The Copper River Lodge is the only lodge located directly on this world famous river. No need to boat in '“ just walk down to the water and cast your line. It also holds the only permit to trespass and fish the Copper, so you and your guide can access the upper waters that few others have had the opportunity to fish. The Lodge also has a boat for accessing other great fishing locations like the Gibraltar River.
A Luxury Alaska Fishing Lodge
Enjoy gourmet meals and fresh-baked pastries made by professional kitchen staff. Personalize your menu to include your favorites or account for dietary restrictions.
The Copper River Lodge only takes 6 guests a week!
Choose to learn new techniques from one of these expert personal guides, or fish own your own. Whether you want to sleep in a bit later, get started a bit earlier, or see another alluring stretch of river, your itinerary is always flexible.
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