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HRM Sports Nushagak River Camp sits in the beautiful area of Alaska known as Bristol Bay. The Camp is located on the world famous Nushagak River. The Nushagak River is known for its run of King Salmon.
Guests are housed in 12x12-foot tent cabins that are outfitted with two twin-sized beds, but guests need to bring their own sleeping pad and sleeping bag. The tent cabins are set up on wooden platforms, and a small deck is furnished with two camp chairs. Tents are double occupancy. Guests bring their own food.
Fishing with HRM Sports Nushagak River Camp
King Salmon are available from June 15 through July 15. This is a short run, but the numbers of salmon are high. King Salmon range in the 15-30-pound range with plenty of opportunities to land Kings that are over 50 pounds. If you are lucky you might land a record King Salmon, which would be over 126 pounds.
The Silver Salmon are available from July 25 through the first two weeks of September. Silver salmon are smaller than King Salmon, but you'd never know that when you have one hooked. These fish fight. Expect wild aerobatics, breaching, and a lot of trickery from Silver Salmon. Whereas King Salmon gently tug on your line, the Silver Salmon try to rip the pole out of your hands.
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