The Alagnak Lodge sits atop a bluff overlooking the river, just 5 miles inland from the mouth. Our location in the tidal section of the river is unsurpassed; some of the best salmon fishing in Alaska is literally right on our doorstep. At the Alagnak Lodge, you don't have to travel to the fish, they come to you! Each tide brings another batch of chrome-bright salmon, fresh out of the ocean, and full of energy for a fight! Whether you are a novice of expert fisherman, feel the thrill as huge salmon and trophy rainbow trout accept your offering. Our experienced, professional US Coastguard licensed guides will share their knowledge and techniques and take you to the best fishing spots, often within just a few hundred yards of the lodge.
Within sight of the lodge, and just a few minute boat ride from our dock, you can be fishing the best king holes on the river, or wading the best sandbars for silvers and chums. With much of the best fishing so close to the lodge, it’s easy to return to the lodge for a hot meal, much appreciated during inclement weather! Trips upriver to the braids and optional flyouts give you the chance to chase the famous trophy rainbows and other native species such as grayling and char, providing the perfect complement to the fishing opportunities close to the lodge.
All guest facilities are located in the main lodge, which helps maintain a friendly atmosphere. Other buildings house the generator shed, work shop, storage, and staff accommodations. Our main downstairs room offers spectacular views of the river and is a great place to relax after a long day of fishing. Share fish stories with others, or tie some flies to get ready for the next morning.
We have several single rooms, as well as a few rooms that sleep two or three guests. Some of our single rooms have queen size beds to accommodate couples. Larger rooms are ideal for groups or families. The lodge has all the amenities you would expect; modern indoor plumbing, 24 hr electricity, and daily housekeeping service.
Dining at the lodge is an experience to remember. Fighting salmon can be hard work, so start the day off with a full cooked breakfast, and return to the lodge for a hot lunch. After a long day on the water, enjoy hearty dinners such as prime rib and blackened salmon (pictured left), roast (below), steak, halibut etc. You're doing well if you don't leave a few pounds heavier than when you arrive! All meals are accompanied by freshly baked bread and delicious desserts. Wine is served with dinner.
Nearby attractions and activities:
The "wild and scenic" Alagnak River flows in front of the lodge, and offers excellent fishing and wildlife viewing.
Floatplane trips are available to Katmai National Park, either to fish some of the famous trout streams, or to the world famous Brooks Falls for bear viewing. These trips can be arranged in advance or onsite.
300 miles SW of Anchorage, Alaska, 30 miles N of King Salmon, Alaska
Travel Arrangements: On your day of arrival, you will need to be in King Salmon no later than midday for the float plane transfer to the lodge. Arrivals later than midday may cause an extra charge. The standard arrival day at the lodge for full week packages is Saturday, however arrivals on other days are possible; please call to enquire about specific dates.
Payment Schedule: A 25% deposit is required upon booking to secure your dates. An additional 25% payment is due by January 31, with the balance is due 60 days prior to the trip.
Deposit & Refund Policy: There is no cancellation fee and your money will be fully refunded if you cancel on or prior to January 31st. Cancellations made between February 1st and April 30th inclusive are subject to a cancellation fee of 25% of the cost of your trip, with the option to transfer your deposit to an available alternative date or another year for a fee equivalent to 10% of the cost of your trip. Cancellations made on or after May 1st are subject to a cancellation fee of 100% of the cost of your trip, with the option to transfer your deposit to an alternative available date or another year for a fee equivalent to 25% of the cost of your trip.
Packages include: Float plane transportation from King Salmon, Alaska to the lodge, lodging, all meals, fully guided fishing program.
Not Included: Personal clothing. Round-trip transportation from your home to King Salmon. Fishing license and king salmon tags. Local borough tax (currently $4 per person per night).
3 days $2450
4 days $3000
5 days $3550
6 days $4100
7 days $4650
Add $550 for extra days
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The Alagnak Lodge sits atop a bluff overlooking the "wild and scenic" Alagnak River in the heart of Alaska’s finest fishing area, the Bristol Bay watershed. We fish for all 5 species of pacific salmon, trophy rainbow trout, grayling and more. Experience some of the world’s finest fishing, while enjoying...
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