Here are the best Alaska fishing lodges from all over the state. Whether fishing the Interior for Arctic Grayling to battling steelhead in Southeast, Fish Alaska always updates our recommendations for best Alaska fishing lodges for our readers. Find our latest favorite Alaska fishing lodges below:
The Nushagak River is Alaska’s most prolific river for Alaska king salmon fishing and this river also receives huge runs of chrome bright chum salmon and sockeye salmon. All anglers are welcome, they offer Alaska fly fishing guides and conventional tackle guided fishing.
Located 100 miles by float plane northwest of Ketchikan, the lodge is nestled in an isolated cove on the north side of Heceta Island in Sea Otter Sound surrounded by spectacular wilderness scenery! They give their fishermen & women a high-end self-guided fishing experience with the best in boats, fishing rods & tackle, even valet boat parking when you return in the evening.
Alaskan Wilderness Outfitting Company offers both guided and unguided trips to the pristine waters of Prince William Sound, the wild lakes and rivers of the Wrangell Mountains and the untamed wilderness of the North Gulf Coast. You choose the fish you want to catch and the accommodations you prefer, and we’ll make it happen.
This lodge is located in the Bristol Bay area near the southern boundary of the Wood-Tikchik State Park, the largest state park in the nation. They offer fishing trip packages for King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Pink Salmon, Chum Salmon, native Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char, Grayling, Dolly Varden and Northern Pike.
Fishing the Neck Lake outlet silver salmon run is an experience every angler should have. The run is 50,000 fish strong and begins as early as mid-June! Our new cabins are located on the best hole of the outlet, and offer prime opportunity for fly and spin fisherman alike.
They open the door to locations so exhilarating and so unimaginable, you have to experience them to believe them. Getting there is worth the trek. They make it easy; you’ll earn bragging rights, and take home tales that will inspire and amaze. These life-changing experiences become a part of your fabric—stories and adventures you’ll want to share, whether it’s for renewal, escape, adventure, or reward.
Located in Talkeetna, they offer custom overnight fish and float trips for those who want to experience Alaska’s river fishing at its best. Their day trips cover several miles of many local streams. Their guides are experienced in both fly & conventional fishing, so let them know your preference and they will take care of you. Fly-fishing lessons are available for the beginner or novice fly fisher.
They are located in Southwest Alaska in the city of King Salmon where they fish the tributaries of Bristol Bay. It is truly a one-of-a-kind experience, offering world-class sport fishing and incredible wildlife viewing! They fish all species of salmon, world-class rainbow trout and Arctic char in July, August and September.
Kate & Justin are fishing guides in Alaska, Oregon, and Southern Baja. They love fishing, hunting, and their yellow lab, Kada. Their travels have taken them around the world, and utilizing those experiences they work to provide the best guided trips, travel planning, and logistics possible. Join them on one of their adventures and see why they’re such a great team.
High Country Guide Service offers 7 day 6 night trips on the legendary Kanektok River in southwest Alaska. They are partnered with an outfitter who is fortunate enough to have had a permit on this unreal river since the early 80’s! They have guided on the river since 2005 and know every bend and salmon bed.
King Salmondeaux Lodge is a fisherman’s dream come true. Located at mile 26.5 of the world-famous Kenai River, and featuring over 700 feet of prime river frontage, this is the place where world records are set. The lodge currently consists of five beautiful riverside cabins, four roadside cabins and two new deluxe cabins.
Our world-class Kodiak Island hunting and fishing is located in Old Harbor, Alaska, notably one of Alaska’s best king salmon and halibut fishing destinations and definitely one of the world’s best places to hunt Sitka black-tail deer and sea ducks like king eider. The secret is out!
The waterfront location of Leonard’s Landing Lodge is dominated by the view of the spectacular Wrangell-St. Elias Mountains that stretch from West to East just north of Yakutat, Alaska. Yakutat is located on MontI Bay along the south side of Yakutat Bay not far from where it cuts in from the Gulf of Alaska.
Opening to the Gulf of Alaska with a line of rocky reef stretching across its mouth, Yakutat Bay is home to a large and diverse population of sea life and a warm Kuroshio current. The waters are rich in nutrients, feeding sea creatures and fish like herring, rockfish, lingcod, halibut and salmon. Turn inland and you’ll find the famous Situk River, known world-wide for steelhead, king, sockeye, pink, and silver salmon runs. Here you’ll find the things that people who fish can appreciate – dry off rooms, space for gear, vacuum packers, and easy boat rentals. Their amenities are designed for Alaska nights and early mornings – blackout shades, extra blankets, coffee makers that can serve a crowd. And when the day is done, relax in large spaces – whether around the fire, or around the BBQ overlooking the bay.
We founded the Naknek River Camp on the basic premise that Alaska was just too amazing to be kept as a playground for the rich. We set out to create Alaska’s Affordable Alternative, featuring 8 comfortable cabins located within Katmai National Park, at the outlet of Naknek Lake.
With an average of 100,000 king salmon returning each year, the Nushagak River sees the world’s largest Chinook run! The Nushagak River also boasts major runs of silvers and Nushagak River Adventures is a top-quality lodge with experienced fishing guides, new, permanent cabins and all new gear and equipment. Casual dining with masterful cuisine top the list of amenities. Relax with Nushagak River Adventures and enjoy a salmon fishing experience unparalleled.
We realize your Alaskan fishing experience is extremely important to you. The amount of effort you put into the planning, the cost, the time you take off all weigh on your decision. You want this trip to be the best possible experience. Our guides are kind people and passionate fishermen and we will flat out work our hardest to outperform your expectations. The Kanektok (aka the Chosen River) is a fly fisherman’s dream. The river is the perfect size and provides outstanding spawning grounds for all five species of Alaskan Pacific salmon. A magical place by any account, its ability to support wildlife and sustain natural populations of WILD fish truly set it apart. In the clear waters of the Kanektok, anglers will find king, coho, sockeye, chum and pink salmon, as well as trophy-sized native rainbow trout, arctic char, grayling, and dolly varden. Please visit our website and give us a call.
Here, in the Bristol Bay Watershed, you will find incomparable rainbow trout fishing, as well as lake trout, pike, dolly varden, arctic char and arctic grayling. Talarik Creek Lodge has all the transportation tools necessary to get you on the fish. Depending on species, season and drainage, as well as specific itineraries, boats, aircraft and 4-wheel drive vehicles are utilized to transport clients from the lodge to the fishing areas.
The beautiful thing about Yakutat Lodge is that trips are tailored to the desires of the visitors. Fishing is always included in your package, so you can divvy up the number of days between the river and the salt. Or you can choose to tour and see some of the majestic Gulf Coast on trips like the flight-seeing tours of the Hubbard Glacier.