What to BringAnd What You Can Leave at Home
As a full-service luxury fishing lodge, we have nearly everything you might need for your Alaskan fishing adventure.
Spinning & bait-casting rods
Fly fishing spey rods
Fly fishing poles & reels
Flies and fly-tying table
Lures & all tackle needs
Wading boots in a range of sizes for men & women
Bath towels, soaps, shampoo, & basics
Ample food & beverages
Didn't bring it? Our lodge contains a small "mall" where certain items can be purchased should you forget them such as jackets, sunglasses, lip balm, sun/wind buffs or layered clothing.
Your Packing List
You will need to bring your personal items such as:
Layered warm clothing
Camera or Go-Pro
Sunglasses and/or prescription eyewear
Medications & medicinal needs
Hats & gloves should you desire them
Government-issued identification or passport
*Your fishing license can be purchased when you arrive at the lodge.
If you are an avid angler who prefers his/her own gear, no problem! Feel free to pack that as well. If you travel with a Drone for photography purposes please note FAA regulations about flight restrictions in the Bristol Bay region. There are many small aircrafts in this area, it is your personal responsibility to adhere to federal regulations and operate your drone safely.
Your fishing license can be purchased in advance or when you arrive at the lodge.
The State of Alaska assesses a sport fisherman license fee for residents and non-residents. Resident fishing licenses are good for the calendar year.
Non-residents can purchase their license based on the number of days that they intend to fish.
The only fish species which requires a special permit is King Salmon. A "king tag" is an additional purchase added to your license.
To comply with state and federal laws, your guide will record catches throughout your stay.
Let’s Start Planning Your Alaskan Adventure!
Call us at (907) 246-2327 or fill out the form, and we’ll be in touch with you shortly.