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Iniakuk Lake Wilderness Lodge
- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
Iniakuk Lake is a fly-in luxury lodge located 225 miles north of Fairbanks. The main lodge sits on Iniakuk Lake, just below the 4,000 foot peaks of Alaska's Brooks Range. The lodge was hand-built by its owners, who specialize in providing individual attention for each client. Personal guides are available around the clock to help you make the most of your stay.
Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling are nearly always on the bite
Or, go a bit farther afield with a short, private flight to other stunning fishing spots. There's a good chance of seeing bears, wolves and other wildlife on your way. Choose an Arctic Char lake fishing adventure amidst peaks overlooking Alaska's North Slope, or set your spinners after Sheefish in the Kobuk River. The powerful Sheefish, which ranges from 20 '“ 50 pounds, is best caught on heavy, sinking flies and large, flashy spinners in August and September.
Luxury wilderness lodge 60 miles north of the Arctic Circle on the edge of Gates of the Arctic National Park
Whatever your hiking interests and fitness level, the Brooks Range has something to offer
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