Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge is the perfect wilderness fishing retreat. Boasting a world-famous run of all five species of Pacific Salmon, plus a host of resident fish, such as Leopard Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char and Grayling. No set itineraries fish with your guides each day for the species of your choice.
Fly Fishing Alaska
Alaska is located in the Northwest of Canada. This beautifully wild region is home to some very diverse terrain and the stunning surroundings in which you will find yourselves fishing in will make this an adventure to remember. The main attraction to Alaska really is the phenomenal Salmon fishing that this amazing destination has to offer. Not only can you target the graceful Pacific Salmon but you can also target many other Salmon species including Coho Salmon, Chum Salmon, Sockeye Salmon and Pink Salmon.
If you are looking for a Fishing Lodge that puts you and the fishing first, then look no further. Goodnews River Lodge is the ONLY full service lodge on the entire river system. Experience the solitude and peaceful beauty of Alaska; it’s just you and the fish. No crowds, no flying to the “best” river. It’s all here on the Goodnews River.
Located on the Kanektok River, only 5.5 miles from its mouth is by all standards a remarkably diverse fishery. Perfectly suited to both single-hand and spey anglers, offering one of Alaska’s best opportunities to catch Salmon where high catch-rates and easy wading is the norm.
No-See-Um Lodge is ranked among the finest Alaskan fly-out fly-fishing operations for over 25 years. The Holman family has a well-earned reputation for pampering their guests. John and his team have many years of experience in fishing and guiding in Alaska. They know the best fishing spots and how to get you there safely.
Bristol Bay Lodge is a fishing paradise for Salmon fishing, each year 40-50 million Sockeye Salmon enter the waters. If you want to experience this spectacular sport, we have the perfect location for you. Bristol Bay Lodge is strategically placed in the unspoiled and untouched surroundings of Alaska's pristine Wood-Tikchik State Park.
Kodiak Island’s fishing is done on the Ayakulik River. It is the perfect Alaskan fishing destination to catch Salmon. The sheer numbers and size of the Salmon shock even the most travelled of anglers. Each year the Ayakulik River strong return of King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon and Pink Salmon as well as a migration of Steelhead and Arctic Char.
Great Alaska Lodge is the ideal location, if you wish to combine first class fly fishing for trophy King Salmon while combining bear watching and adventure activities. This is one reason that makes this one of our most popular destinations in Alaska for people travelling with non-angling partners, definitely a holiday not to be missed.
At Mission Lodge you are never fixed to a set itinerary. Each night the head guide will sit down with you to discuss what you wish to fish for and how, they will then explain all the different options. With over 40 boats stashed within fly distance from the lodge one thing for certain is you will not be short of places to fish.
The Goodnews River Lodge is the only fully serviced lodge on the river and because of this, the river receives very little fishing pressure. There is no commercial fishing in the estuary or river allowing all 5 species of Pacific Salmon a free run. The tidewater section of the river begins fills with Kings in late June. Fishing for Kings from the boats continues through July. The Kings are followed closely by Chum and Sockeye Salmon. For those wanting to take some fish home, the Sockeyes are a great option. Silvers arrive in large numbers in August through to early September and they are a great sport for fly anglers. They are eager to chase flies and can provide lots of action for you every day.
Another top destination for fly fishing in Alaska is Mission Lodge, this camp is situated on the shores of Lake Alegnekik in the world famous Bristol Bay region of Alaska. At Mission Lodge, you are never fixed to a set itinerary. The guides at this camp will tailor each day to your needs and you will be flown to your fishing spots in a floatplane. Once at these spots you will have the chance to catch the many different Salmon species that run these waters and also you will have the chance to try and catch Dolly Vardon and Arctic Char.
If you are looking for a fly fishing holiday that also incorporates the breathtaking nature that Alaska boasts then the Great Alaska Adventures Lodge is the ideal location for you. This lodge is based on the world famous Salmon river, the Kenai River. The Kenai River supports a healthy population of Chinook, King, Sockeye, Coho and Silver Salmon every year.