Alaska Fishing Lodges
Exclusive, world-class fishing lodges are the ultimate wilderness luxury. And Alaska comes ready-made for them, with endless acres of gorgeous wilderness and enormous runs of salmon and other fish.
But these lodges aren't just cabins in the woods. In fact, fly-in fishing lodges can offer some of Alaska's most luxurious accommodations, along with gourmet cuisine and expert guides. And since you have to fly in, staying at one of these retreats isn't for the cost-conscious traveler.
For those who can afford it, though, fly-in fishing lodges are a great way to combine a retreat to the remote Alaskan wilderness with fun activities. You'll of course be casting your line in nearby waters for fish like salmon, Arctic char, and Dolly Varden. But while fishing may be the focus, you'll also find other activities like hiking and sometimes kayaking or bear-viewing. And at the end of each day, you'll return to the lodge to share the day's adventures with new friends over a delicious meal.
The Northwoods Lodge is a remote lodge where visitors can find themselves in a 45 minute flight from Anchorage. The lodge specializes in guided fishing, and guests can enjoy 8 to 10 hours of fishing a day if they choose. Guides help you spin or fly fish for trophy king salmon, silver and sockeye salmon, or resident rainbow trout, arctic grayling and northern pike
Exploring Alaska’s backcountry lakes, forests and rivers is a phenomenal experience. Wilderness Place Lodge — tucked away on a remote river northwest of Anchorage — offers excellent access to nearly any freshwater fish you came to Alaska for, along with a unique eco-travel experience that comes with a high level of service, a variety of non-fishing activities and the mellow freedom to create an Alaskan experience that suits your own taste.
Looking for an intimate and accessible getaway with an authentic Alaskan feel? Alaska Wildland Adventure’s Kenai Riverside Lodge will fit the bill, with just 16 cabins set on the Kenai River, surrounded by 3,000-foot snow-capped mountains. This easy-access riverside lodge has a remote feel, but is still right on the road system. Meals are served family-style, creating a more intimate experience, and allowing you to mingle with fellow guests and ...more
Whether you’re looking to take your family off-grid for a bit of Alaska Adventuring, or for a great fishing spot with your buddies with incredible bear-viewing — or if you’re even an artist looking for inspiration — this lodge made up of newly renovated log cabins offers a customized ideal of bliss. It’s about 180 miles from the nearest road and offers an idyllic perch for exploring both the wilderness of Lake Clark National Park, as well as other ...more
The logo for the Soldotna B&B Lodge says it all: a guest who’s lounging in bed — while also fishing. This family-run fishing lodge directly on the Kenai River offers a relaxing place to soak up the sights and sounds of nature, while also delivering a front-row opportunity to do some of Alaska’s most famous, exciting fishing. All stays carry a two-night minimum, but most guests stay longer (an average of 5 – 7 days), which is easy to do given the ...more
Stonewood Lodge is a high-end, year-round, all-inclusive getaway to wild Alaska located on the shores of 50-mile long Lake Clark. Summer activities include prime bear viewing and trophy fishing as well as snowmobiling, skiing and ice fishing in the winter.
Fishing Lodge Itineraries
Visits: Cooper Landing, Kasilof, Anchorage
Land Package Type: Adventure Tours
The following is a 5 day, 4 night sample itinerary that seamlessly combines two nights at the Kenai Riverside Lodge with two nights at Kenai Backcountry Lodge for a great trip that highlights riverside and backcountry wild Alaska. Combination packages give guests the flexibility to choose trip dates between late May and mid-September from three to five days or more.