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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Self Guided Fishing
The Maclaren River Lodge sits at mile 42 along the Denali Highway. This is a road house that offers cabins and couple of remote camps. They offer fishing at Cottonwood Creek and Boulder Creek and drop off canoeing so you can paddle/drift down the river.
Lodging here is rustic, and guests stay in small cabins with a Queen bed and two bunk beds that offer propane heating and propane lights. Some cabins have only bunk beds, and others are large enough for two queen beds. Overall, this is a base camp for those who want to explore the area around Denali
Fishing at the Maclaren River Lodge
The local lakes are home to Lake Trout, which tend to grow big in Alaska. There is a rumor of a secret fishing spot that you can find down a deer trail of a road and past the third huckleberry hedge. The secret to finding this hidden oasis is to ask the Lodge for directions. It is not well advertised so many people never ask. If you are looking for a guided fishing adventure, you MIGHT find one here. Check with the lodge either before you arrive or when you check in as guides in this area are few and far between.
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