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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Self Guided Fishing
The Yenta River Lodge is located along the shores of the Yenta River roughly 80 miles Northwest of Anchorage. This is a bare bones setup with self-guided fishing. The local area is outstanding and offers guests a quiet, beautiful location for wildlife viewing and fishing
Guests bring their own food and features a fully equipped kitchen, outdoor gas BBQs and a fire pit for preparing meals. The lodge supplies fishing boats and motors and fishing equipment. Guest should bring any special equipment such as lures and fly fishing gear, rubber boots and rain gear as well. There are freezers located onsite, and the onsite staff can help with fish fileting upon request.
Fishing the Yenta River
Other Fish to Catch in the Yenta River
Bring Your Own Lures and Flies
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