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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
- What we fish for: Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Pink Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char, Chum Salmon, Dolly Varden, Steelhead
The Saltery Lake Lodge sits on the southeast shore of Saltery Lake inland from the Ugak Bay.The beautiful single story lodge offers guests a wilderness experience. In addition to the main lodge, guests can book any of the six private cabins. Rooms are set up for double occupancy, and the lodge is a mixture of rustic and country chic styling. Expect that your stay will be comfortable, clean, and full of prime Alaska fishing.
Fishing with Saltery Lake Lodge
The wonderful thing about Saltery Lake is that in a very small areas the fishing changes often. The natural setting is perfect for fly fishermen and even spin casters. The rivers here are not huge rivers and often provide easy fording so fishermen can reach the best points from which to cast their line.
The diversity of the rivers and even within the rivers provides an amazing amount of opportunity for fishermen. Mix the diversity of the rivers with the brilliant number of sport fishing species available and a fishing paradise is born. Rivers by their nature change as they flow, but the local rivers of this area offer vast changes in just a short span of the river. You can wade out to a gravel bar and on one side find four foot deep holes with ripple sections feeding into them, and on the other side of the bar, is a shallower run with slower moving water. Both offer amazing potential for salmon. Riffles are one of the most oxygen rich sections of a river and that is where you find the aquatic insects on which the fish feed. What this means is the deeper holes downstream from the riffles is likely to contain Salmon, Trout, Dolly Varden, and Arctic Char. The smaller streams and river offer plenty of tree-lined, darker pools where fly fishermen can find amazing opportunity too.
Wildlife Viewing on Kodiak Island
Overall, expect your stay at Saltery Lake Lodge to be amazing. Expect excellent fishing, beautiful country, and outstanding hosts.
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