2021 Availability - Big Ku Lodge
Jesse Robbins
December 16, 2020

Big Ku Lodge, Alaska

Located in the heart of the greater Katmai-Iliamna region, Big Ku Lodge is arguably Alaska’s most unique and strategically located trophy rainbow camp. Perched on a bluff overlooking the outlet of Kukaklek Lake, Big Ku guests enjoy easy walking access to one of the best beats of rainbow trout water in the world, as well as three additional systems that are accessed by jet boat.

Limited to six anglers per week, Big Ku Lodge is an intimate, remote, no frills camp that offers small groups of serious anglers the ultimate hub from which to fish the Big and Little Ku, Battle and Moraine systems. Currently the only lodge in the greater Katmai region able to access these remarkable systems by jet boat, Big Ku guests will have the distinct advantage of reaching their elected water irrespective of weather restraints that hamper the region’s aircraft based operations. For those who never get enough time on the water, early morning and late night unguided fishing on the home water is both encouraged and expected.

2021 Availability:

  • June 12 - 19: 6 spots
  • June 26 - July 3: 6 spots
  • July 10 - 17: 6 spots
  • August 14 - 21: 1 spot
  • August 21 - 28: 1 spot
  • September 11 - 18: 4 spots

Rates & Details:

  • June & July: $7,650 per person
  • August & September: $8,350 per person
  • Included: Round trip travel to/from the lodge, accommodations and meals, bed tax, Katmai park fees, guided fishing and instruction, use of boats, limited beer and wine with dinner only, non-alcoholic beverages, flies provided on the stream as needed. Fishing gear can be provided with advance notice.
  • Not Included: fishing licenses, hard liquor, additional fly-outs ($450 per person), guide and staff gratuities.

Destination Manager

David Kalinowski

Alaska, Kamchatka

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We would love to connect with you to help effectively plan your trip. Our destination manager for this location is David Kalinowski.