Searching for a luxury Alaska fishing vacation? This beautiful Alaska fishing lodge is a full service fishing lodge located in the heart of the Bristol Bay region.


This luxury Alaska fishing lodge sits in the heart of Alaska’s Bristol Bay region just off the Kvichak River near Lake Iliamna. If you are looking for the ultimate in all-inclusive Alaskan fishing trips, the lodge offers the perfect retreat from a day of fly fishing and experiencing the wonders offered by this beautifully rugged landscape.

The beautiful Alaska fishing lodge consists of a 3,500 square foot solid cedar chalet style main lodge, three duplex cabins for guests, the “Iliamna” guest cabin, and a wood burning sauna. The lodge will accommodate 20 exclusive guests per night and all the cabins have hot and cold running water and 24 hour a day electrical service from our generator plant. Though you will be in the heart of the Alaskan wilderness, you will not lack for any luxury accommodations.

Fishing Reports for this Outfitter

Reviews and trip reports by our clients are taken very seriously. We ask every client who goes on a trip with one of our outfitters to submit a report after their trip, telling us how it went.

Alaska Fishing Report by Calvin Connor

This trip was phenomenal in every aspect. Ten out of ten. I could not recommend [...]

Alaska Fishing Report by Ernest Sorensen

Hands down the most accommodating fishing lodge we've ever been to. I love hunting and [...]

Alaska Fishing Lodge Report by Andrew Sorensen

We fished the Kvichak River, New Halen, and Moraine Creek in the Bristol Bay Region. [...]

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