Season opens on June 8 and our last day of fishing is October 8.
Air transportation between Anchorage and the lodge, 1 guide per 2 anglers, cabin accommodations with private bath, meals, ADF&G license and salmon stamp, National Park Service day use, private land access, all necessary fishing gear, rods, reels, flies, processing of any salmon kept, and shipment of the frozen fish back to Anchorage. We have Orvis waders for guests to use but prefer for them to bring their own.
Lake Iliamna / Bristol Bay rivers
Packages all start in Anchorage and include the round-trip air transportation between Anchorage and the lodge. You will be greeted at our air strip and then taken the 4 miles down stream by boat to our remote location where you will be welcomed by the staff, given an orientation meeting, meet the guides and pilots, and get prepared for your fishing adventure. Days start with a breakfast made to order in the main lodge. You will either fish our home river by boat or will be flown by floatplane to a variety of nearby streams for the day. Appetizer and cocktails hour is followed by a delicious main course dinner that will rival any 5-star restaurant.
Fishing, fly-fishing lessons, horseshoe pit, massage therapist, and skeet shooting.
Fishing, bear viewing, photography, rafting trips, some hiking.
Double occupancy in cabins overlooking the Kvichak River with a private bath. Breakfast is made to order each morning. Lunch is served streamside. Appetizers are served 1 hour prior to dinnertime. The main course consists of fresh wild salmon, halibut, king crab, ahi, all-natural filet mignon, elk, venison, duck, prime rib, and ribeye. A delicious homemade dessert follows all dinners.
King salmon - June/July
Sockeye salmon - late June/July
Chum salmon - July/August
Silver salmon - late July/August/September
Rainbow trout - June/July/August/September/October
Arctic char - August/September/October
Arctic grayling - June/July/August/September/October
Northern pike - June/July/August/September/October
Waders, rain jacket, polarized glasses, and comfortable clothing to wear around the lodge.
Q. How many "new" guides do you have?
A. We have had the same guide staff for multiple years.
Q. Why is the lodge located where it is?
A. We built our lodge on a trophy class river with tremendous world-class fishing opportunities right in front of the lodge. The largest wild salmon run in the world migrates right past our lodge. In addition, we have excellent remote fly-out streams that we can easily access within 12-25 minutes from the lodge.
Q. What is NOT included in the package price?
A. Liquor and gratuities. We include everything else.