Bristol Bay Sportfishing Inc. 2018 RATES & INFORMATION

6 Days 6 Nights With

Daily Fly-Outs

5 Days 5 Nights With

Daily Fly-Outs

4 Days 4 Nights With

Daily Fly-Outs

broch_1Our lodge can comfortably handle up to twelve guests. For a more personal and relaxing experience, we limit our occupancy to eight guests per week. For groups of six or more, we can arrange exclusive use of the lodge depending on the time period and package selected. Whether you are travelling as a family, corporate group, alone or with friends, ask us for details about custom built trips to suit your travel needs.

Rates include all meals, lodging, most equipment, fully guided daily flyout fishing excursions and transportation between Iliamna airport and the lodge. Rates do not include terminal tackle (flies, lures, lines), fishing licenses or gratuities.Last minute bookings are sometimes possible. Occasionally we have a few spots that may not have filled up and every year we get one or two last minute cancellations.

Please give us a call to check on availability

Traveling alone? No problem we welcome single fisherman, couples or groups

In addition to our regular fly-out and jet-boat day trips, the following remote adventures are available for our guests:



Guests of Bristol Bay Sportfishing fish for King salmon - Alaska's largest salmon species - on prime rivers in Southwest Alaska. We maintain our own King salmon camp on the Nushagak River. Each year hundreds of thousands of mighty Kings migrate right past our island on their way upriver. We Provide boats, guides, and all necessary equipment. The tent accomodations are very comfortable for guests who want to fish late and go to bed happily tired from catching fish.



Richard Preonekke lived a solitary life on upper Twin Lake in what is now the Lake Clark National Park. His cabin is constructed almost entirely from natural materials found in the area. He documented this endeavour on film and it was later turned into a documentary entitled One Man's Wildernessthat was aired on PBS. Richard lived alone for over 30 years in this beautiful region. His amazing home is just a short flight away and truly a sight to behold.



Spend a week on a true bush adventure, exploring the remote regions of Southwest Alaska. With a personal floatplane at your disposal each day, you will have endless opportunities to explore, sightsee and photograph.

You will be landing on the remote coastal estuaries of Shelikoff Straight and Cape Douglas and walk through grasslands where families of Brown bear meander from clam digging beaches to lie down for an afternoon nap. Whale, sea lion, sea otters, seals and hundreds of species of sea birds populate these coastal areas. You will visit Round Island Walrus Sanctuary. Hike and beachcomb, and explore waterfalls, fossil beds and agate beaches. Land in a volcano crater lake and hike the rim for breathtaking views.


Journey to the Katmai Valley of 10,000 Smokes and Brooks River Falls. Then, the next day, fly over Caribou herds to the west and Dall Sheep high in the Alaska Range. Raft the class 5 Newhalen River Gorge, or fly out for a remote day boat trip, fishing as much or as little as you like. Each day brings a new adventure; day’s end brings you back to the lodge and all the comforts of home.