Remote Fishing Camps in Alaska

Remote Fishing Camps in Alaska
Alaska offers seclusion, mountain scenery and dense forests. Fishing is among the most popular activities in the state. Planning a fishing trip in Alaska means looking for adequate lodging that can accommodate your needs. Many of the fishing camps are secluded, but the remote destinations provide a natural setting in the Alaskan wilderness.

Gakona Lodge and Trading Post

The Gakona Lodge and Trading Post has modern amenities in a private and secluded locale. The lodge is situated where the Copper and Gakona Rivers meet. It is nearly adjacent to the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, 198 miles east of Anchorage. Guests have three lodging options. They can stay at the nine-bedroom lodge, in a cabin or at one of the rustic tepees on-site. The lodge does not offer charter fishing, but it rents motorboats and rafts. Anglers on the nearby Gulkana River or the Klutina catch Alaska king salmon, sockeye salmon and trophy trout. Equipment and self-guided boat rentals are available.

Gakona Lodge and Trading Post
Mile 2 - Tok Cutoff Road
Gakona, AK 99586

Angler's Alibi

Angler's Alibi, on the Alagnak River, is accessible by float plane and is about 250 miles from the nearest highway. It gives guests a secluded experience to fish for rainbow trout, grayling, sockeye salmon, chum salmon and pink salmon. The camp is also loaded with outdoor wildlife in their natural habitat with eagles, grizzly bears, moose and loons. With only 10 fishing guests allowed at a time, the camp caters to the needs of its guests. Daily guided fishing trips take anglers to various locations. All fishing gear and tackle are provided as well as private fishing lessons and tips from the pro-fishing guides. Meals are included. Accommodations include tents with wood and carpeted floors, water, heat, electricity. Maid service also is available.

Angler's Alibi
P. O. Box 271
King Salmon, AK 99613

Green Rocks Wilderness Lodge

Green Rocks Wilderness Lodge is on Kupreanof Island near Juneau. The lodge is open from May through September. Guests are picked up at the Juneau airport and arrive by private boat. Private cabins on the lake make up the main area of the camp. Cabins have heat, sleeping areas and bedding. The main lodge offers a shower facility, full-meal service and a great room. Guests begin their fishing excursions by traveling to nearby waters on 18-foot Lund boats. Fishing poles, bait and tackle are provided. Fishing guides take you to prime locations to find salmon, halibut and Dungeness crab. Guides will also clean, fillet and package your fresh catch.

Green Rocks Wilderness Lodge
P.O. Box 29
Petersburg, AK 99833

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