Fishing at the King Salmon Lodge

Located on the world renowned Naknek River in the Bristol Bay region of Southwest Alaska, the King Salmon Lodge is your destination for anglers and adventure travelers alike.  The fishing in this area is truly epic!  You can expect fishing of your wildest imagination with five species of salmon, trophy rainbows, arctic char, grayling and northern pike.

It would be our pleasure to customize your Alaskan dream adventure.  In addition to fully-guided fishing on the Naknek River we offer unique, customized fly-outs to many rivers, lakes and streams, or we may help you plan a more do-it-yourself experience.  We offer seasoned professional guides and fish-packaging services, modern boats, fishing gear and well-maintained dock systems with Naknek river access just steps from your door. 


Recent guest, Joanne Lewman, commented on TripAdvisor, "Fishing guides, float planes and whatever else you might need are taken care of for you and all you have to do is show up and be ready for an adventure. We had the time of our lives."

Guided Fishing Rates 

 All guided trips include gear, all equipment and fish packaging 

    Full Day: $400 per person, includes lunch ($750 for 2 people)

    Half Day: $250 per person 

  *3% convenience fee on credit card transactions.  Checks are good :)

 Early Season Trout Opener June 8th

  • Trout:  Naknek River, Brooks River
  • King Salmon:  Friggate Adventures, Nushagak River (fly-out)

 Summer Season 

    Naknek River & multiple Flyout rivers

  • King Salmon: June 24 - July 31
  • Sockeye Salmon: June 25 - July 15
  • Trout and Other Fresh Water Species: summer season

 Fall Rainbow Fly Fishing, Sept - Oct

     Naknek River & multiple Flyout rivers

  • ​    The Biggest and the BEST !!

 Late Summer August-Early September

    Naknek River & multiple Flyout rivers

  • Silver Salmon - excellent on the Fly
  • Fresh Water Species

       *Ask Mikey about a Can Am Fishing Adventure* 


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