Located inside the wilderness of the Katmai National Park & Reserve, Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge enables fishing for all five species of Pacific salmon, as well as char, Dolly Varden, rainbow trout and Arctic grayling. In addition to being a fishing paradise, wildlife lovers will be truly spoilt - Alaska's incredible wildlife is right on your doorstep.
Situated on the banks of the Alagnak river, Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge is a true wilderness fishing retreat, located in the Upper Braids section of the river – the Alagnak’s most renowned fishing area. The lodge is accessed solely by light aircraft, operating its own private airstrip by which groups of guests arrive from Anchorage.
All five species of Pacific salmon; chinook, coho, sockeye, chum and pink run the Alagnak river, making for a truly varied fly fishing experience. If that prospect wasn’t exciting enough, the river’s year-round residents include rainbow trout, Artic char, Dolly Varden and the exquisite Arctic grayling.
The season at Alaska Trophy Adventures runs from the 8th June to the end of September, with each species of salmon entering the river at slightly different times, making for a constantly exciting and dynamic fishing experience.
Guides access the best fishing locations by navigating their guests along the river by jet boat. This mobility combined with the lodge’s already remote location means you’ll seldom see another human being on the water. Bears, moose and bald eagles are more commonly your fishing companions.