Naknek River fly fishing for King salmon, sockeye, chums, pinks, silvers, Arctic char, grayling, Dolly Varden, Lake trout, Northern pike and Rainbow trout.
The Naknek is home to one of the largest runs of King Salmon with a run between 15-25K of Kings making their way up the Naknek to spawn. The run starts at the beginning of June and lasts until the season closes at the end of July.
The Sockeye Salmon begin their migration in late June with the peak starting around the first week of July. There are an estimated two million Sockeye Salmon that use the Naknek as the road to their spawning grounds.
Silver Salmon run from the last week of July through September with the peak the second and third week of August.
Rainbow Trout reach 30 inches and weight 10-12 pounds their peak follows the run of the Sockeye Salmon and peak from July through October.
There are Chum Salmon and Pink Salmon available from Late June through August, but during that time the Sockeye are the favorite fish.
|The Naknek River||
The Naknek River is a short river only 35 miles long and winds its way through the Bristol Bay Watershed. Major points along its meandering course include the village of King Salmon and the Katmai National Park and Preserve. For fishermen, this short river offers amazing King Salmon fishing.
|The Fishing Lodge||
The lodge comfortably accommodates up to 45 guests. Meeting space accommodates 75 attendees. In house services include high speed DSL internet, video projectors and screens, conference phone system, audio system, wireless microphones and lectern. Private VIP lounge is available for up to 30 guests with menu planning and beverage service.
There are three meals per day. A hot breakfast in the morning, a packed lunch for the day out on river, and a well prepared home cooked dinner.
You’ve seen pictures of Alaska’s enormous brown bears lumbering over tide flats, feasting on salmon, nurturing frisky cubs. Many travelers come to Alaska expecting to see them. But the fact is, very few will. These coastal grizzlies live in the remote reaches of Katmai National Park, far from any cruise ship or tour bus route. Few visitors to Alaska are fortunate to get to the heart of brown bear country, and certainly not the way we do, on the ground in very small groups, as up close and personal as you’ll ever safely get with wild bears!
Arctic Char, Dolly Varden, Grayling, Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout, Salmon
Conventional Tackle, Fly Fishing
Naknek River, Alaska Fly Fishing Lodge
This all inclusive fishing lodge is located on the world famous Naknek River in the Bristol Bay region of Southwest Alaska and close to Katmai National Park. The fishing in this area is truly epic, with five species of salmon, trophy rainbow, grayling, arctic char and northern pike.
This Alaska fishing lodge is a great destination venue for conferences, corporate meetings, private groups and special events, and team building.