King Salmon Availability - Hoodoo and Sandy Rivers, Alaska
February 10, 2021
Located on the extreme northwestern tip of the Alaska Peninsula sits one of the most remote sport fishing lodges in the state. Hoodoo Sport Fishing Lodge is on the only privately-owned land on the Hoodoo River (also called the Sapsuk River). Due to its remoteness and limited access, the Hoodoo River has remained one of Alaska’s most unspoiled fisheries. Combining a robust and wild salmon system with excellent guides and comfortable accommodations makes this a unique and sought-after fly-fishing destination.
Explore one of the most remote regions of Alaska while fishing for strong and bright salmon near the ocean.
- June 10 - 18: 3 spots
On the lower end of the Alaskan Peninsula's remote and prolific Sandy River there is a small operation catering to serious steelhead and king salmon anglers. This simple, cozy lodge hosts small groups of six anglers who access a fishery with some of the world’s highest catch rates of king salmon and steelhead. Anglers fish two per jetboat and swing-fish the prolific, easy-wading runs of the incomparable Sandy River. In a dramatic and wild setting, Hoodoo Sandy River Lodge provides a unique opportunity for the hardcore angler. For those happy to trade in the white tablecloth for a chance at some of Alaska's brightest and most plentiful sea-run species, hard to beat views, and abundant wildlife, few places compare.
One of the world’s most exclusive and productive king salmon and steelhead rivers
- June 3 - June 10: 2 spots
- July 1 - July 8: 1 spot
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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.