Alaska fishing holidays: experience fly fishing in total wilderness

Alaska has more fishing lodges than anywhere on earth, there are literally hundreds to choose from. Our three Alaskan fishing lodges, the Copper River Lodge, the Royal Coachman Lodge and Alaska West Lodge offer some of Alaska’s finest fly fishing for all five species of pacific salmon and trophy sized rainbow trout.

Alaskan Fishing Lodge: Sapsuk camp

SAPSUK CAMP - ALEUTIAN RIVERS - NO FRILLS LODGING WITH OUTSTANDING KING SALMON FISHING New WhereWiseMenFish destination

Situated in the Aleutians on the very western tip of Alaska lies the Sapsuk River, also known as the Hoodoo! Straightforward comfortable and functional lodging keeps the cost of this package to a minimum however the river offers some simply outstanding fishing for fresh run King Salmon. With just 6 anglers this ultra remote fishing camp is a breath of fresh hair when compared to some of the busier Alaskan Rivers however above all it is the quality of the fly-fishing for the Chinook Salmon which really marks this lodge out from the others.

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Alaskan Fishing Lodge: Goodnews River Lodge

GOODNEWS RIVER LODGE–EXCEPTIONAL KING AND SILVER SALMON FISHING

Goodnews River Lodge is a tent based camp lodge that offers spectacular wilderness fishing. It has some of the best runs of both King and Silver salmon with excellent conditions for fly-anglers. Maybe more importantly it is the only fixed lodge on the river system which means there is no competition from other lodges chasing to find the best spots. The scope of the fishing means that you will never run out of options.

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Alaskan Fishing Lodge: Midnight Sun Adventures

TROPHY NORTHERN PIKE FISHING IN ALASKA

Alaska is famed for its majestic mountains, vast wilderness and huge Salmon runs which rightly draw anglers from the furthest corners of the world. Overlooked in the pursuit of the ‘King of Fish’ is the incredible fishing for Northern Pike. Western Alaska has no equal when it comes to Trophy Northern Pike with fish ranging from twenty to thirty-five pounds, many of which are more than forty inches. The occasional monster lurks weighing as much as forty pounds with lengths exceeding fifty-four inches!

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Alaskan Fishing Lodge: The Royal Coachman Lodge

SALMON FISHING: THE ROYAL COACHMAN LODGE

Located in the Bristol Bay region of western Alaska, the Royal Coachman Lodge is situated in the heart of the Wood-Tikchik Park on the banks of the Nuyakuk River. This Alaskan fishing lodge offers access to fish the largest salmon runs in the world. The sheer numbers of fish supported by this fishery is incredible.

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Alaskan Fishing Lodge: The Alaska West Lodge

KING SALMON FISHING HOLIDAYS: THE ALASKA WEST LODGE

The river has a tremendous run of Kings that come in from mid-June until the end of July. The fish are tide bright and sealiced and can be caught on traditional fly fishing methods. Also not to be overlooked is the fact that the river also has one of the best silver salmon runs along with superb rainbows and very strong runs of the other species.

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Alaskan Fishing Lodge: The Copper River Lodge

RAINBOW TROUT FISHING HOLIDAYS: THE COPPER RIVER LODGE

Located in a complete wilderness area, the Copper River Lodge is home to some of the best rainbow trout fishing in all of Alaska. This Alaskan fishing lodge is a cabin style building with a very cozy feel and the fishing is one of the last places in the world where you can do battle with wild rainbow trout that reach well over ten pounds.

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Alaska Fishing Reports & News

Fishing for King Salmon,Goodnews Lodge,Alaska

GOODNEWS LODGE - ALASKA

Unlike many river systems in Alaska Goodnews fishing camp is the only lodge with access to the entire river system. It’s relatively regular depth also makes it one of the best rivers to catch a King Salmon on the fly. Full report over the last week of June and a general overview about everything you need to know about the lodge and the river.

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Read Alaskan Pike fishing Report

ALASKAN PIKE FISHING NIRVANA ON THE INNOKO RIVER

If you are 100% happy chasing resident lake or loch Pike from deep holes or enticing Pike fattened on a diet of stocked Rainbow Trout then read no further. If however you want to live and experience the world’s fastest accelerating freshwater fish in all its over-sized glory, in greater numbers than you can imagine, and in an area so strikingly wild and remote that it will redefine your concept of wilderness then read on.

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Read Alaska West Camp fishing Report

KING SALMON FISHING REPORT-KANEKOTOK RIVER, ALASKA WEST FISHING CAMP

The camp itself is on an island, erected and dismantled every spring and autumn, but during the season, it has a small army of cooks, support staff and guides, all of whom introduce themselves, as do the guests, after dinner on the first night at camp; it's a real friendly place. Accommodation is in twin Nissan hut-style fixed tents, with a floor, heater, gas tilley lamp and mozzie nets.

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Read Alaska Royal Coachman Lodge fishing Report

ALASKA - THE ROYAL COACHMAN LODGE

Each lodge, destination and species of fish has its own characteristics and more typically one often arrives with a set of preconceptions of what to expect. The Royal Coachman, in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska, is a fly out lodge which offers a slice of everything. Absurdly good food, very comfortable accommodation and of course great fishing where you can catch every type of Pacific salmon, trout, grayling and pike.

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Read King salmon at Alaska West fishing Report

KING SALMON AT ALASKA WEST

Having pursued a career in the army I suppose I knew what to expect or rather what not to expect when being given orders to proceed to some far flung destination on the other side of the world. From someone who was organising a trip this might sound a little odd. I should after all have been overflowing with information. Of course to a certain extent this was true. I had been given the all clear by several very reputable sources. I had seen the pictures; I had read/written the pre-trip instructions so technically I was fully informed. I would imagine Montgomery probably thought the same when he embarked on Operation Market Garden, (A Bridge Too Far), in World War II.

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