Alaska Salmon Fishing
Did you know that we also fish in Alaska? During the months of June, July, and August we head to remote Bristol Bay, Alaska to fish the worlds largest run of King Salmon. The newly constructed Fish The Nush Lodge is located 350 Miles Southwest of Anchorage and 35 river miles up the Nushagak river from the village of Dillingham.
Fish The Nush Lodge
With over 165,000 king salmon returning each year, the Nushagak River is home to the world’s largest king salmon run! The Nushagak River in Alaska also boasts major runs of red, silver, dog and pink salmon along with Northern pike, Arctic char, and grayling. Fishing enthusiasts who stand elbow-to-elbow in more accessible waters are lucky to hook and land just one king a day, yet our guided fisherman average over a dozen landed king salmon per person per day!
This is the best king salmon fishing in the world! The mighty silver salmon, also called Coho, is one of the best pound-for-pound fighting salmon. These acrobatic fish range from 8 to 15 pounds on the Nushagak. Expect to land 10 to 30 silvers per person per day.
Our lodge has comfortable, insulated 12′ x 20′ cabins complete with USB wall outlets. Real beds, comfortable mattresses and down pillows provide first class style in our remote fishing camp. We also feature flush toilets, hot showers and satellite internet. Our cabins accommodate 4 anglers.
Our excellent dinners may include prime rib, salmon, pork chops, short ribs, pork loin, rib eye, flank steaks, chicken. Whatever the menu dejour, you will enjoy great meals every day, prepared by a professional chef and kitchen staff. We serve a hot breakfast in the morning.
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