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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
- What we fish for: King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Pink Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char, Arctic Grayling, Chum Salmon, Dolly Varden
The Goodnews River Lodge sits on the edge of the beautiful Togiak National Wildlife Refuge in Southwest Alaska. This is the only lodge that sits along this stretch of Alaska and offers exposure to all of the three branches of the Goodnews River System. Expect a remote and wild locations, but a clean and comfortable lodge. One of the great features of this lodge is that you do not need to fly out to find the best rivers as you are already camped on some of them. The Goodnews River System offers 490 miles of prime fishing rivers and clear bottom creeks.
Guests are housed in weatherproof tent cabins that are constructed to be comfortable, warm, and safe. Each cabin features a front porch for sitting, relaxing, and viewing wildlife. There is a hardwood floor that is carpeted for your comfort. A propane heater with thermostatic control. Electric and gas lighting is used within the cabins. The beds feature extra long mattresses fitted with flannel sheets and a comforter. Cabins sleep two guests each. Additional features include a drying room for waders and boots. A full kitchen and dining hall, and staff quarters.
Fishing the Goodnews
Salmon Species for Sports Fishermen
The Other Fish of Goodnews River
Overall, expect a clean and comfortable lodge with friendly hosts, excellent guides, and plenty of fish to battle.
Featured Video of Goodnews River Lodge- Filmed by Justin Maxwell Stuart
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