Hot fishing right at camp 24-7.
| Alaska Fishing lodge with world
class fishing combined with the comforts of 8 private
Wilderness guest cabins and a new 24x36 VIP lodge for
family and Corporate groups up to 8 guest,s It makes for a truly
Spectacular wilderness fly fishing lodge Trip. 5 Salmon
species totaling over 3 million fish enter the Alagnak River
each summer to spawn. Clients fly fish for a healthy resident
population of Rainbows, Char, Grayling and Lake trout. The modern
lodge is a wilderness marvel located in the heart of Katmai
National Parks Wild Scenic Alagnak River, 40 miles NE of the
town of King Salmon only accessible by floatplane charter.
| Our Alaska fishing
lodge accommodates 16 guest's comfortably with each 2-4
guests having their own private, carpeted, cabins . A Dining
room ~ Recreation area with stereo/tv-dvd and a satellite phone.
Modern hot showers and flush toilets highlight the Alaska fishing
lodge. 160 acres and 3800ft of private riverfront on the Wild
& Scenic Alagnak River lets you experience the true Alaska fishing
lodge atmosphere without the crowds. Our nearest neighbor is
over 30 river miles away. With no float plane access for other
Alaska fishing lodges, you will not have to compete for
fishing water. This makes for a true Wilderness fishing
Our 18 ft. custom jet boats
with Yamaha jet motors give us unlimited access to the
three top Alaska fishing rivers and nearby Nonvianuk &
Kukaklek Lake outlets, No fly outs needed. The Alaska
Fishing Lodge on the Alagnak river consistently gets one
of the largest returns of Kings Sockeyes, Chums and Pink
Salmon, beginning the end of June running through the
end of August. Our lodge is a fly fisherman's
dream come true.
We have 5 & 7 day trips at our Alaska fishing lodge offering Alaska fishing and
wilderness raft trips. You will explore and fish over 500 miles of river tributaries
and braids that offer some of the healthiest resident populations of Leopard Rainbow
trout, Arctic Char and Grayling found anywhere in Alaska.
If you are interested in seeing Alaskan wildlife
in a true wilderness setting while
experiencing some of the most remote fishing for 10 species of fish, then this is the
place for you. The Alaska Fishing lodge is a true Gem in the Bush, with amenities to
include a full-time Alaskan Sauna, on-demand modern hot showers, New his & hers modern
bathrooms with flush toilets, vanities & mirrors, plus electricity to each cabin from
7am-11pm. The camp is by far the nicest remote all-inclusive fishing camp in SW Alaska
hands down. A.T.A Alaska Fishing Lodge is committed to providing the best service
possible with the ultimate goal being to have fun while catching lots of fish!
Katmai National park boasts the highest concentration of
Brown Bear in the world and many quests enjoy fishing
and bear viewing from this one location.
|Alaska Fishing lodge Package Prices
||7 night VIP lodge trip with 2x1 guided fly fishing trips Sun-Sun
||7 night VIP Cabin trip with 2x1 guided fly fishing trips Sun-Sun
||7 night deluxe with 2x1 guided fly fishing trips Sun-Sun
||5 night deluxe with 3x1 guided fly fishing trips Sun-Fri
A.T.A Alaska Fishing Lodge Deposit Amount:
To initiate a reservation at ATA Lodge, a 50% deposit of the package price per person is required.
Final payments are due June 1st. Reservations are only confirmed when deposits are received.
Included in A.T.A Alaska Fishing Lodge Fishing Package:
- Transfer from King salmon airport to Hotel and Air charter
- Private room accommodations (2 -4 persons to a cabin)
- Alaskan Gourmet meals
- Complimentary wine with dinner
- Fully stocked fly tying area
- Alaska wood fired Sauna
- 8 hours fully guided fishing on the water daily
- Nightly fly casting clinics or fly tying seminars
- Eight custom jetboats with Yamaha motors
Not included in A.T.A Alaska Fishing Lodge Package:
- Airfare to King Salmon, Alaska
- Float plane charter to camp $200
- Staff gratuities 10-15%
- King Salmon stamp $50 (July)
- fishing license $35 (available at lodge)
- items purchased at the lodge
- overnight stays and/or meals in Anchorage (if necessary)
A.T.A / Alaska Fishing Lodge Travel Logistics:
Use our In-House Travel Agent to book all your travel
Accessing A.T.A fishing Lodge is fairly straightforward. Fly from your home city
to Anchorage, Alaska. Then fly from Anchorage to King Salmon
(via Peninsula Airways), approximately one
hour. In King Salmon you will be greeted by ATA Lodge staff who will transport
you and your luggage to Branch River Air charter by private shuttle van. Transfer
to a Float Plane and enjoy a scenic 30 minute plane ride across Katmai National
Park to the lower river where we then jet boat you up to
the lodge. The staff will whisk your bags to your room, while you shake
hands with the hosts and then pick up your cabin assignments and sample the appetizers. Because of flight schedules for various points in the lower forty-eight,
it may be necessary to overnight in Anchorage either on the way in, way out, or both.
Alaska fishing Lodge Season:
June 8th through September 15th
Capacity of our Alaska fishing lodge:
The lodge can accommodate 21 guests
| Accommodations at A.T.A Alaska Fishing
Lodge * New Wireless Internet Available
| A.T.A Lodge is on the scenic Alagnak river in Katmai National
Park in the heart of the world famous and exquisite Bristol
Bay region of Southwest Alaska. This modern facility is an ideal
site for small corporate meetings, business entertaining, or
the highlight of any Alaskan vacation. The well-traveled angler
will recognize the extras that make a stay at ATA Lodge a trip
of a lifetime. Easy access, modern facilities and unsurpassed
trophy fishing make us the classic Alaska lodge and Outcamp
experience. Sauna, sumptuous dining, a comfortable lounge and
recreation area are added features of ATA. A large deck surrounding
the facility is just steps from the dock, and boats. Large bay
windows frame views of the Alagnak River valley and the beautiful
mountains beyond. This is a rugged immense land of startling
beauty - a great place to just step out of everyday pressures
and relax. At the end of the day each 2 guest retire to there
own private room. You will sleep on a real bed (not a foam pad
); your window looks out over the River and the bathroom is
just a few steps away. For couples, ATA will be featuring a
new special couples suite.
Weather at our Alaska fishing Lodge on the Alagnak River
Alaska weather can be unpredictable. It is wise to dress in layers, preparing from
temperatures ranging from 40 degrees to as high as 80 degrees. It also may mist or
downpour, so a quality rain suit is imperative on your trip to Alaska to keep you warm
and protected from the elements. The fishing stays
the same, the only difference is that you are going to
put your hood up as the front moves through. It is
very hard to predict the weather, but we can tell you
that the Alagnak River does not blow-out or muddy-up
after rain like many other Alaska rivers.
| Dining out on the
We take this phrase to a whole new level. Casual attire is appropriate as the standard
dress code is polar fleece or jeans with your favorite head-wear. The resident Chef, is a
culinary magician her resume reads like a who's who in world wide fine dining in the
bush. Our Appetizers before dinner compliment the menu that includes fresh steaks,
grilled halibut, baked Salmon, Grilled lemon pepper chicken, Italian or Mexican night
and my favorite Barbequed baby back ribs with alfredo & vegetable.
Most meals are served family style
you can eat being a standard table fare. Our breakfast include wild blueberry
pancakes, 3 egg ham-Cheese Omelets, French toast, hot biscuits and gravy or fried eggs-
bagels and bacon or sausage. We always have Cold cereal fresh fruit/bagels and lots of
hot coffee & cold juices if you prefer a light breakfast. It is amazing what mouth-watering
surprises come forth from this humble kitchen in the bush.
restaurants in cities
around the world would be envious of our fresh grilled salmon and halibut dinners. And don't
forget our home made bush desserts that include cherry or blueberry cheesecake, and new
for 2004 death by chocolate and my favorite hot fudge sundae. Shore lunches are
highly recommended by your guide during the week. Or if you prefer the old standby packed
lunch. In Short no one goes hungry and most guest's put on weight during the week.
| Alagnak Lodge River access
includes 3 of the top Rainbow Trout rivers in Katmai National
Park The Alagnak, Kukaklek and Nonvianuk river and lake systems.
Our main lodge is located 6 mile downstream from the confluence
of the three rivers this gives us excellent access without having
to do fly-outs as we specialize in daily Jet boat fishing .
Many days we are fishing within site of the main lodge as this
area of the upper Braids holds World class Rainbows all season.
With the addition of our new Inboard jet boat we can offer daily
and overnight trips to Kukaklek or Nonvianuk lake outlets and
local tributaries to include Little Kukaklek-Morraine Creek
and Battle River the same rivers the $6500 a week fly-out lodges
are fishing except your paying $4800 a week for our deluxe package.
| Packing & Equipment
Upon receipt of deposit, you will be sent complete packing list covering such items
as clothing; tackle; flies and lures.
Trip Cancellation and Travel Insurance Recommendation
A fishing expedition will certainly offer you an exciting and rewarding experience.
Unfortunately, however, one undertaking such an angling adventure must face the
possibility that you or your fishing companion might be forced to cancel your trip
at the last moment due to illness, injury or other emergency or sustain an unfortunate
injury and require medical services or worse, medical evacuation during your trip.
Trip cancellation and travel insurance can help protect you and your travel companions
from these unforeseen and unfortunate circumstances. We will send you the application
forms from Travelex, a major, reliable insurer of traveling anglers. Typically, the
cost of an extensive program is less than $65 per $1,000 of coverage. It is wise to
always consult with your personal health insurance provider before undertaking any
type of travel to determine what is covered in the event of injury or illness during