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.
Grayling Fly Fishing Holidays
Grayling also know as the “Lady of the river” is among the most beautiful and most respected freshwater fish in the northern hemisphere. Found in many rivers these stunning little fish provide fly fishing anglers on light tackle the opportunity to present flies and nymphs to awaiting fish. One of the largest appeals of Grayling fly fishing is the art of dry fly fishing. Watching these fish sip down your fly, gently floating down the river, is just majestic, plus for their size they give a very good account of themselves.
Calling single anglers, if you want the full Alaska experience, seeing many different rivers and catching many species in one day, this is definitely the trip for you! Our escorted fly fishing holiday is to Bristol Bay, as we believe our guests deserve variety with a broad experience of what Alaska has to offer!
Rapids Camp sits right on the bank of the famous Naknek River and is just a 15 minute drive from the King Salmon airport. This is the most diverse and flexible lodge in Alaska, where you the customer, decides what to fish for in your itinerary each day. All five species of Salmon plus huge Rainbows makes this lodge very popular.
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.
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.