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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
- Featured On: Top 10 Trips Under $3,000
Togiak River Lodge is mirrored by the famous Togiak River that's just a few feet away. Six miles upriver from Togiak Bay, the Lodge is located 400 miles southwest of Anchorage and 65 miles west of the town of Dillingham. This well-situated facility is also adjacent to the magnificent Togiak National Wildlife Refuge.
Rainbow Trout Fishing in Alaska is a true joy on the Togiak River
The lodge's extremely remote location, along with its exclusive status as the only lodge on the Togiak, mean that there's virtually no other pressure on these beautiful Rainbow Trout. The lodge practices catch-and-release only to maintain a strong fishery and non-stop fishing action for years to come.
Often times you can catch a Silver on nearly every cast when things are going well.
At the Togiak River Lodge in Togiak Alaska, we are all about the fishing and keeping you comfortable and well fed.
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