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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
The Seasons on the Fly Lodge its just three miles from the community of Igiugig. It is fairly easy to get to the lodge from Anchorage if you use one of the three carriers to fly to Igiugig where the lodge will pick you. You can reach Igiugig from King Salmon and connect with one of the local carriers too.
Guests fish along the 20 miles of the Kvichak River and most trips here are self-guided. You have access to good equipment and good fishing for Salmon, Trout, Grayling, and Pike.
Fishing with the Seasons on the Fly Lodge
The fish here are big and plentiful. This is a river that has one of the largest Sockeye Salmon Runs in the world as millions of the Red Salmon swim upstream to spawn. Where there are such high numbers of Salmon, there are big, Fat Trophy Rainbow Trout. The Trout feed non-stop on the Salmon Roe. In addition to Big Rainbow Trout, you can target the Arctic Grayling. These are small, smart fish that average 2-3 pounds and might reach 16-inches in length.
All Summer is Rainbow Trout and Grayling Season: Both of these residents are prolific in the summer months. As long as there are Salmon in the River, the Rainbows and Graylings will be active.
Mid-June - July is Sockeye Salmon Season: Floss for Sockeye Salmon as the river fills up with them. Flossing is a unique experience and if you have not tried it before, you should.
August is Silver Salmon Season: In early August, the Silver Salmon show up. These are the most dynamic fish as they offer an extraordinary fight. Silver Salmon are highly prized for their aerobatics and tenacity.
Expect outstanding fishing with comfortable accommodations. Be sure to ask the lodge about local shopping as you are expected to bring your food and fishing equipment.
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