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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 Nushagak River (Nush) is the river that the most King Salmon and Sockeye Salmon use to migrate to spawning grounds. The Nushagak Watershed is part of the Bristol Bay watershed and the Nushagak River Fishing Lodge sits right on the shores of the Nushagak River. You find the lodge just below the Kokwok River which is one of the main tributaries for the Nush. To put the fishing into perspective, the annual run of King Salmon on the Nush is in excess of 100,000 fish. The average run for Silver Salmon on the Nush is in excess of 500,000 fish. In addition to the Kings and Silvers, there are millions of Sockeye (red) Salmon, and feisty Chum Salmon too.
Lodging with the Nushagak River Fishing Lodge
Fishing with Nushagak River Fishing Lodge
Fishing for Silvers is a true sportsmen's adventure. The silvers are tenacious and they put on a display that is addicting. Silvers weigh in the 8-13 pound range with opportunities to battle fish near the 20-pound range. Lunch is at the lodge so you fish for about four hours had back to the lodge have lunch and then fish until dinner time at 7pm. Boats leave the dock at 8 am.
The lodge has outstanding fishing guides that help you stay on top of where the fish are located. In amid the Salmon are big Rainbow Trout and Dolly Varden. If you limit out on Silvers or Kings you can do the catch-and-release or target Rainbows, Dolly Varden, or Char.
If you want to fish for Salmon in a place that offers non-stop action, then the Nushagak River Fishing Lodge is a good choice.
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