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Salmon Fishing Adventures at Alagnak Lodge

alagnak river 3Deep in the Alaskan wilderness on the Alagnak River there rests a serene fishing lodge where anglers from across the globe convene for what qualifies as a trip of a lifetime but is often experienced annually. Accessible only by seaplane, Alagnak Lodge provides a genuinely unique salmon fishing experience and a rare opportunity to relax and unplug in the Last Frontier with friends, new and old. Our natural sanctuary is the perfect setting for an overdue escape with family and close friends. Anglers eagerly arrive via seaplane on the wide Alagnak River and are greeted with sweeping views of pristine wilderness, sandy bluffs, and lively wildlife. Anglers visit this alluvial plain to battle feisty salmon, build lasting relationships, and obtain a deeper appreciation of Alaska’s natural habitat.

World-Class Salmon Fishing

The salmon truly come to you on the Alagnak River. This tranquil waterway is plump full of five salmon species as they journey from Bristol Bay to their spawning grounds. Depending on when you arrive, you’ll have the pleasure to battle feisty cohos, trophy kings, tigerlike chums, shy sockeyes, and semi-annual pinks. Our professional and experienced guides proudly and tirelessly help anglers of all skill levels reel in trophy salmon. Many of our guests arrive merely novices and depart semi-pros with a wealth of knowledge, experience, and fresh salmon. Guests often describe Alagnak Lodge fishing as unwinding, freeing, and refreshing. There’s no better sight then when a determined angler battles, defeats, and celebrates their first mammoth salmon with the widest smile you’ve ever seen.

“It’s been an awesome, awesome adventure – dreams definitely come true out here,” said Dominic Sandoval from Utah. “The lodge is awesome; they treat you great! I’ve never been anywhere where I can fish for four hours straight and be hooking fish for four hours straight.”

An Alaskan Wilderness Retreat

alagnak river 3Our deep connection with the surrounding flora, fauna, and wildlife is rooted in the DNA of the Alagnak Lodge. We do not so much impose ourselves as we are part of this land. Our foot-print is light, and we coexist with our environment. When you arrive on the Alagnak River near our peaceful lodge, you’ll be greeted with a handshake, a smile, and perhaps a furry neighbor. We often name our resident critters, like “Socks” the fox and “Bacon” the porcupine. Satisfied brown bears, majestic moose, graceful wolves, and beautiful bald eagles aren’t frightened by our presence. Most animals in this region rely on salmon runs to survive. While on the Alagnak River, you’re virtually guaranteed to witness a feeding brown bear. Many anglers are so blown away by the sight that they take their line out of the water to observe.

“Where else can you go where you ride in a boat right next to a grizzly bear?” said Chambrae Griffith from Utah. “We watched him for half an hour. So cool!”

The Many Comforts of Alagnak Lodge

alagnak river 14Sometimes it’s hard to put into words what makes our slice of Alaskan wilderness so uniquely special because Alagnak Lodge is an experience, not a destination. People join us to unplug from technology’s tight grip, make lasting relationships, and get in touch with nature. All the comforts of home are readily available here in Southwest Alaska. Alagnak Lodge has warm beds, cozy common areas, and delicious homecooked meals. With the lodge usually close to the fishing, it is quick and easy to return to the lodge for quick breaks and the desired liquids for consumption on the boats. There is little need to endure shore lunches or sandwiches at lunchtime. Have a wholesome and hot meal in the lodge then refresh before setting out for the next session. Chose to fish the evening session for more solitude on the river.  Devour a homecooked dinner, share fishing stories, play cards, and sleep well before doing it all over again the next day! To learn more about our Alaska fly-in fishing lodge, dial 1-808-227-9301 or visit AlagnakLodge.com.

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