|The Goodnews River||
The Goodnews River is a small, intimate, easy wading river with very little pressure. Located about 450 miles from Anchorage, Alaska, it sits at the edge of the Togiak National Wilderness Reserve and flows into the Bering Sea in southwest Alaska.
If you’ve fished some of the more famous Rivers in Alaska, you know you have to compete for the best spots on the river with other Lodges. Not here. The only other anglers you’re likely to see are your campmates!
The Goodnews River boasts outstanding runs of all five species of Pacific Salmon, Sea run Dolly Varden, Rainbow Trout and Grayling.
|The Fishing Lodge||
The Lodge is a fixed camp on the banks of the main branch just above tidewater, and is not a fly out Lodge, so weather is rarely an issue.
The lodge accommodates 16-24 fishermen.
When you go fishing on the Goodnews River depends on what you want to catch.
Late July through mid August are our most popular weeks of the season, and we are currently maintaining a waiting list for each of these weeks. If you are interested in these weeks, it’s best to get on the waitlist early. There is no cost to do so, and we will contact you when space becomes available. You will then have the opportunity to book your Alaska adventure.
The fishing guides are experienced, and there will be one guide for every two anglers.
Dolly Varden, Grayling, Rainbow Trout, Salmon
Conventional Tackle, Fly Fishing
Goodnews River, Alaska Fishing Lodge
This Alaska fishing lodge on the Goodnews River is a rare find in the fishing world. Fishing here is like fishing was before the crowds discovered your favorite secret fishing hole.
- It is the ONLY full service lodge located on the Goodnews River.
- Outstanding runs of all 5 species of Pacific Salmon, sea run Dolly Varden, and resident Leopard Rainbow Trout and Grayling.
- Almost exclusive access to 490 miles of fishable water via a fleet of high speed jet boats.