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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
Nestled on the Alaska Peninsula between Lake Clark National Park and the Katmai National Monument is the Cusack's Alaska Lodge. The lodge sits 200 miles to the southwest of Anchorage amid the beauty of wild Alaska. Your hosts are Bob and Lula Cusack, who built the lodge. Bob is a professional grade bush pilot and has been flying fisherman to remote locations for nearly 40 years. This is a rustic, luxury lodge that blends the best of wild Alaska with the best of modern society. Guests enjoy creature comforts such as luxury bedding and rustic charm such as a wood sauna which is incredible after a long day of fishing. Meals are served family style, and the food is up-town metro with a huge dash of home style cooking. This is a place of beauty with freshwater views from the rooms or the charm of this exquisitely built lodge. This is a place that is clearly home. The best part is the perfect location. From here, you can fish any of the remote locations including the outstanding smaller Copper River.
The Perfect Location for Freshwater Trophy Fish
The Bob Cusack Difference
Fishing With the Masters
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