Alaska Trophy Adventures, USA
Situated on the remote banks of the Alagnak River, Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge is the perfect wilderness fishing retreat. The lodge consists of 160 acres of prime river frontage and is located in the most iconic section of the Alagnak, known as the Upper Braids.
Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge is located in the heart of what is one of Alaska's last truly remote rivers systems. Using jet boats to navigate these waters allows guests to access the best fishing areas. You will see more wildlife than humans while on the river.
The Alagnak is located within the Katmai National Park and Preserve, with its headwaters in the surrounding mountains and draining into Bristol Bay. With its seemingly endless braided river channels, it is also known as the Branch River. Wading and fishing are made easy on the many small natural islands and gravel bars, which the river creates. The Alagnak has world-famous runs of all five species of Pacific salmon as well as resident species such as rainbow trout, Arctic char, grayling and dolly varden.
All of the guest cabins, including the main lodge have spectacular views of the Alagnak river. With sofas, a fireplace and a stunning view of the river and surrounding mountains, the Dining Lodge is the focal point of the camp.
There are eight twin bedded guest cabins (most with their own bathroom) connected to each other by wooden walkways and which lead down to the naturally sheltered dock. The Swiss Chalet on the hill, is perfect for private parties and accommodates up to eight guests comfortably and in style.