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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
- Featured On: Top 10 Trips Under $2,000
Dierick's Tsiu River Lodge sits along the Tsiu River in the famous Bristol Bay Drainage System. The lodge is remote and sites between Cordova and Yakutat on the Gulf side of Alaska. This is a lodge that offers a comfortable, clean, and practical base for those who love to fish. Guests enjoy private wood-framed cabins. There is a drying room, fish processing room, main kitchen and dining room, and a room for recreation.
Great Food, Good Fishing, and A Beautiful River
Fishing the Tsiu River
Fishing Species of the Tsiu River
August, September, and October are chancy months for the weather in Alaska. It is possible that a storm can roll in during any part of the year, but the closer you get to late fall and winter the higher the odds of a storm and snow. The good news about fishing in Alaska is that the salmon will still strike a nice fly even in the rain.
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