Jun 5th, 2018
Goodnews River Lodge
The Goodnews River is located in a remote region of western Alaska, north of Bristol Bay and south of the Kanektok. Goodnews River Lodge is the only true lodge on the river and can literally access hundreds of miles of water accessed by jet boat. The Goodnews system flows through the protected Togiak National Wildlife Refuge and consists of three forks flowing west out of the Ahklun Mountains. With only a few float trips passing through this vast system each season, the lodge has the luxury of rotating their waters, enabling their guests to fish different well-rested water each day. With all five species of Pacific salmon, rainbow trout, Dolly Varden and grayling all calling the Goodnews home, this comfortable base camp offers some the least pressured and most varietal fishing in all Alaska.
King, chum and sockeye salmon with rainbows, Dolly Varden and grayling
July 4 – 11
July 11 – 18
July 18 – 25
Rate: $5950 plus $975 charter and $85 native fee per person. Guests will be treated to a deluxe cabin at no extra cost (normally $500 extra).
King, chum, sockeyes and silver salmon with rainbows, Dolly Varden and grayling
July 25 – August 1 (only 1 space)
Rate: $5950 plus $975 charter and $85 native fee per person
Silver salmon with rainbows, Dolly Varden and grayling
August 8 – 15 (only 2 spaces)
Rate: $6950 plus $975 charter and $85 native fee per person
Please give David a call at 800.552.2729 to inquire about these available dates