Jul 31, 2017

Fishing Bear Lodge | Alaska

Bucket List worthy fly fishing travel destinations.
In the heart of the Wood-Tikchik State Park and backed by the Wind River range.
Destination Location:
Fishing Bear Lodge is located in southwest Alaska, due west of Dillingham and backed against the surreal spires of the Wind River range.

Bucket list worthy.
In the heart of southwest Alaska's 1.6 million acre Wood-Tikchik State Park, Fishing Bear Lodge is at the mouth of Alaska's Peace River. At it's core The lodge is a modest and endaring family run Alaskan Lodge that employs jet boats to fly fish a host of seldom seen small streams for hearty rainbows, abundant Arctic char and large surface oriented grayling.

Fish On!

Rainbow Trout
Wild native rainbow trout are fished on four spectacular Alaska rivers and several streams. They average in size ranging from 18 to 24 inches.

Arctic Char
During the month of July, Arctic char fishing is exceptional and are voraciously feeding on the salmon fry and smolt.

Arctic Grayling
Grayling are generally abundant throughout the season. A light weight 1-3 wt. rod makes a day of grayling fishing one of the most gratifying and fun days of fly fishing in Alaska you will ever experience with a light fly rod.

Northern Pike
When one talks about Northern Pike on the fly, the word explosive comes to mind especially when taking a fly and most guests ask to fish for pike again after trying it the first time.

Sockeye Salmon
During July, the fly fishing for fresh Sockeye in Alaska is excellent and fish are 6 to 12 pounds.

"When it comes combining value, angling variety and a warm family-run wilderness experience, Fishing Bear Lodge is hands down the best in Alaska." - Ken Morrish

The Gorge Fly Shop Team


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