Although the Alaskan fishing season is over at Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge, we’re already looking ahead, and we encourage you to consider doing the same. An all-inclusive Alaska vacation is a bucket list item for many anglers and other outdoor enthusiasts. As such, it’s crucial to mitigate any hang-ups, blunders, or missteps when planning your [...]
Anyone lucky enough to have experienced the Alaska king salmon season will tell you it is an exhilarating accomplishment to pull in one of these enormous species. Now, there are a plethora of Alaskan fishing lodges to select; however, Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge—situated within the Bristol Bay watershed— serves as an unofficial entrance to the Katmai National Park and offers an ideal location for fishing and other outdoor Alaskan adventures.
This beautiful Lodge is located on the Naknek River and is surrounded by 16 acres of forest. You’ll have the option of staying in a luxury yurt, a small log cabin, or a four-bedroom cabin perfect for larger parties. They even offer a free shuttle ride from the airport, so you don’t have to worry about anything during your stay in King Salmon, Alaska. There’s plenty to do and see in the area, but if you’re still not sure if traveling to Alaska’s wilderness is right for you, these are the top reasons to visit King Salmon, Alaska.
Many people visit Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge for world-class fishing excursions. Here in King Salmon, we're positioned in a perfect location to access several great fishing spots. However, depending on where you're fishing, your experience can vary. Let our team give you a brief rundown of the possibilities, highlighting the types of salmon in Alaska you could catch, plus a few more.
The Last Frontier–or the great state of Alaska–is a once in a lifetime trip. Our state is a long way from most places. But, our combination of unique geography and outdoor activities makes it an experience you don’t want to miss–and having these experiences with the person you love most will only bring you closer.
Here at Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge, our location on the Naknek River provides a great spot to catch many of the numerous species of fish in Alaska. The peak season for many fish ends in the summer, but for a few species like rainbow trout, September instead marks the end of the best time to fish in Alaska.
Alaska truly is the land of adventure, and a stay at Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge will be no exception. With their custom adventures, it’s easier than ever to include everything from fly-fishing to wildlife viewing in Katmai National Park to your Alaska adventure. With their lodge and log cabins available for your accommodations, you’ll not only have everything you need to be more than comfortable during one of Alaska’s most beautiful seasons, but you’ll have every Alaska adventure you could think of right outside your door.
Though there is a variety of types of salmon in Alaska, King Salmon is a crowd favorite amongst anglers and foodies. King Salmon are known for being the biggest salmon in the world, and they are a migratory species that grow up in the saltwater of Bristol Bay after their first or second year of life, and then return to the fresh water every two to four years to spawn.
Your heart picks up pace as you realize you are on your way to one of the most unique Alaskan fishing adventures with Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge's helicopter fishing in Alaska excursion. Get ready to make this a reality and experience it all for yourself!
Immerse yourself in some of the most secluded and untouched wilderness of the King Salmon Alaska area on an epic fishing adventure that will take your breath away. Join Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge for the fly-out fishing experience of a lifetime. When it comes to Alaska fishing adventures, our team takes pride in offering only [...]