What: Founded in 1972 and is among some of Alaska’s most renowned lodges, Bristol Bay Lodge allows anglers to access countless rivers and fisheries in some of Alaska’s deepest backcountry. The lodge sits on the North end of Lake Aleknagik near the Wood-TikChik Park which is the largest park in the nation. With breathtaking scenery, excellent service and a world-class fishery for rainbow trout, salmon, char, Dolly Varden and grayling, Bristol Bay Lodge is without question the experience of a lifetime.
Yellow Dog has exclusive access to some of this season’s best dates. Plus, a cancellation special.
June 15th – 22nd, 2019: 4 to 8 spots. Cancellation rate of $7,000.00 per person.
June 24th – July 1st, 2019: 2 spots
June 29th – July 6th, 2019: 2 spots
July 1st – 8th, 2019: 4 spots
August 17th – 24th, 2019: 2 spots
August 24th – 31st, 2019: 4 spots
August 31st – Sept 7th, 2019: 4 spots
September 9th – 16th, 2019: 2 spots
Where: Bristol Bay, Alaska
Why: Operating on the borders of the Wood TikChik State Park, Bristol Bay Lodge utilizes float planes to access multiple rivers and lakes throughout the park and Togiak National Wildlife Refuge. Having been in business since the 1970s, Bristol Bay Lodge has researched the area’s best waters and has developed a fishing program which allows anglers from around the globe to experience some of Alaska’s most remote and unique fisheries. In addition to a beautiful lodge, they also operate two remote outpost camps where anglers from each week can spend a night on some of Alaska’s most fabled waters.
Bristol Bay Lodge offers one of the most diverse Alaska programs we’ve seen. Anglers are often assigned a new guide and destination each day, allowing guests to get a legitimate Alaskan experience over the course of 6 days. Bristol Bay Lodge has access to virtually every river in the region and takes great pride in meeting every angler’s expectations and ensuring they leave with memories of an incredible Alaskan experience.