If Alaska has been on your bucket list, this is the trip for you. We will be targeting Silver Salmon, Grayling, Arctic Char, and, of course, Trophy Rainbows. With over 125 different fishing lodges in Alaska, and the variations in fisheries that occur over the short Alaska fishing season, the choice of destination and timing can be difficult. Not to worry - this is not our first rodeo and we are here to help you every step of the way. We’ve picked a location that is within Alaska’s only designated “Trophy Rainbow Trout” area. Plus, the first-class accommodations of the Bear Trail Lodge sit right beside the Naknek River, named the #1 Rainbow Trout river in Alaska by Fish Alaska magazine. If that’s not enough, fly outs are included in the package to a variety of different rivers within the Bristol Bay watershed…many of them within a short 20 minute flight of the lodge. All of this puts you in the best position to experience all that Alaskan fishing has to offer.
RATES: The 2016 rate for 7 nights lodging and 7 days of fishing is $8,950.00. 2-, 3-, 4- and 6-day packages are also available. (Please note that 2016 rates will be expiring soon) Details regarding those options can be found at http://www.fishasl.com/naknek/. All rates include the following:
- Fly outs
- R/T Airfare (Anchorage – King Salmon)
- 1 guide for every 2 clients
- Meals, beer, wine
- Cabins with private baths
- Daily maid service
- Preparation of salmon for shipment home.
And, last but not least, we’ve decided to throw in a $250 Cutthroat Anglers Gift Card just to help you replenish your tackle and gear for this great trip. This isn’t the time to be relying on old line, leader or tippet, or that old Pfleuger Medalist that’s been gathering dust in the closet for the past 40 years.
Additional details can be found at www.fishasl.com/naknek/. We encourage you to contact Jim or Mitch at the shop 970-262-2878 or email@example.com) for assistance in booking this or any destination trip. Remember that it costs no more to arrange your destination travel through Cutthroat Anglers.
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