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Our 3 Day Stay package runs Wednesday - Saturday and we make getting to Katmai Lodge fast and easy. Our changeover days are Saturday and Wednesday. On many of those days we offer a private charter from Anchorage directly into our 5,000 foot runway at the lodge. The flight takes about an hour and is over some beautiful scenery.
From those just learning to fish to advanced anglers, there is no place more enjoyable and productive to fish than a boat ride through hundreds of miles of fishable water outside our lodge, or a flyout to tributaries which feed the Alagnak. Our guests can fish from the boat and gravel bars, or wade- whichever choice the conditions call for. All five species of Pacific Salmon run in the Alagnak.
- 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, Northern Pike, Arctic Grayling, Chum Salmon, Dolly Varden
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The Katmai Lodge is the original riverfront lodge on the Alagnak River. Their long history here makes them experts fishermen and master of the river. The lodge offers a rustic charm with a modern twist. There are hot showers, comfortable beds, and a relaxing atmosphere at the lodge.
What Fish Are Available for Fishermen?
Salmon fishing on the Alagnak begins typically in mid-June and end by the beginning to mid-September. If you are after King Salmon then late June through July is the best time to make a reservation. The Sockeye Salmon overlap the King Salmon and show up mid-June through the end of July. The best month for Salmon Fishing is July. The best month for Silver Salmon is August. The best Month for Rainbow Trout is July. The best month for Arctic Grayling is July.
Fishing with Katmai Lodge
Special Fish Species
The King Salmon are the largest of the Pacific Salmon. The King Salmon record for Alaska is 126 pounds. So if you want the biggest salmon, the Kings are the ones to target.
The Silver Salmon are the true sports fish. These are not timid fish. They strike hard and if you are not alert will rip the rod out of your grasp. Once hooked, they are fierce competitors. They are well known for their aerial display and breaching. If you want a fighting fish, it does not get much better than the Silver Salmon.
The Monsters of the River are not the salmon though the Kings may be larger, they do not compare to the Northern Pike. These are long, lean fish with a huge mouth. They lurk and gulp prey. Their mouth holds more than 700 teeth and if you wish to target these apex predictors, then use a steel leader. These fish grow to 40 plus pounds.
The Fun and exasperating fish are the Arctic Grayling. These are smart fish, and you have to dial in your skills to catch them. It is all about fly choice and if you want to learn how to be the best fishermen possible, spend some time targeting Arctic Grayling.
As you can see, the fishing at the Katmai Lodge is fantastic. Rain or shine there are fish present in numbers sufficient to make your fishing adventure one you will never forget.
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