This deluxe fly fishing lodge is located on the upper Alagnak River 40-miles northeast of King Salmon, Alaska, deep in the Katmai National Park of Bristol Bay. World-class rainbow fishing, all five Pacific salmon species, and bear viewing.
Rainbow Trout Fishing Trips
Spin or Fly Fishing. The Aniak is one of Alaska's best rivers due to its variety - rainbows, dollies, grayling, salmon, sheefish, and northern pike - and the sheer number of fish you'll catch. Check out our 2019 and 2020 Aniak River Hosted Weeks.
Fly and lure fish the Mulchatna River, a breeding ground for all five species of Pacific salmon, plus world-class rainbows, dolly varden, grayling, and northern pike. The Mulchatna feeds the mighty Nushagak River. Check out our 2019 Bearfoot Adventures Hosted Week.
Daily Fly-Outs - Orvis Endorsed. Blue Mountain Lodge is located in the Becharof, Ugashik Lake Region of Alaska, 60 miles south of King Salmon, in the heart of the best fishing that the Alaska Peninsula has to offer.
Dave Duncan & Sons have Lower and Upper Campson the Kanektok River also known as the "Chosen," an unbelievable Alaskan river that flows through the majestic Togiak National Wildlife Refuge.
90-Mile float trips on the Kanektok River with incredible fly fishing for large leopard rainbows, salmon, dolly varden, and grayling. Trips are limited to 4 weeks each season and 8 guests per week.
Fly and Spin fishing - Egdorf’s is a floatplane only-in, remote trip in Western Alaska’s Bristol Bay region. Dave and Kim Egdorf's camp is located on the banks of the upper Nushagak River, 250 miles from saltwater, in a breathtaking wilderness setting.
Bristol Bay - The Royal Coachman, a remote fly fishing lodge, offers daily fly-outs to over thirty different rivers, with 20 Jon boats on ten rivers within the area. You’ll have an opportunity to catch rainbows up to 15 pounds. All fishing is with single, barbless hooks.
Capitán Lodge, formerly known as Kooi Noom, is located in the heart of Southern Patagonia. Unlike Jurassic Lake, Lago Quiroga is an open system, and its trophy rainbows can freely swim out to the interconnecting lakes and rivers.
Jurassic Lake, also known as Strobel Lake, is probably the most prolific trophy rainbow fishery in the world. The Lodge is located at the mouth of Jurassic Lake's only significant tributary, the Barrancoso River.
Jurassic Lake is a 25-square-mile body of water in the absolute middle of nowhere (in wild Southern Patagonia). These burly wild rainbow trout average 6-to 8-pounds. World-class fly fishing, plus excellent food, wine, and lodging.
Fish some of the healthiest streams in the Lower 48. Rivers are teeming with wild browns, rainbow, and cutthroat trout. You can mix and match your trip to suit your taste: fish the Yellowstone today, the Madison tomorrow, the Beaverhead or Big Hole, or the Missouri River after that.