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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, Arctic Char, Arctic Grayling, Chum Salmon, Dolly Varden
This beautiful log lodge its majestically above the Unalakleet River in the midst of the Alaskan bush country in the southwest. The lodge is surrounded by nature and the native spruce and cedar forests press in while the Nulato Hills provide the backdrop to some of the best fishing you could ask for in Alaska. This is prime Salmon, Grayling, Dolly Varden, and Arctic Char fishing and people come here from the world over to fish the large runs of Kings, Silver and Coho Salmon.
Guests are housed in private cabins that have luxury amenities such as high-quality linens, private bathrooms, and with a guest to staff ration that is 1.5 staff to 1 guest. The food is incredible, and the staff is very competent.
Fishing the Unalakleet River
When to Come and What to Fish For at the Unalakleet River Lodge
The Chum Salmon weight in from 7-14 pounds with a trophy in the high teens to 20-pound range. The Pink Salmon show up in droves, and it is not difficult to have a 100-fish day when the Pinks are in the water. The Silver Salmon weigh around 10-12 pounds with a trophy hitting the 15-pound mark. Dolly Varden average 3-5 pounds with a 10-pound fishing being remarkable. The Arctic Grayling reach 20-24 inches and are brilliant to target. If you are not familiar with Dolly Varden, you should get to know them. They are very similar to Rainbow Trout, both in the tenaciousness and their fight.
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