Enchanted Lake Lodge sits on a stunning, privately owned 54-acre bluff parcel overlooking Nonvianuk Lake within Katmai National Park. The surrounding area provides anglers with some of the most prolific trophy rainbow trout fishing in the world. With short flights to the renowned fishing grounds of Katmai Park, including Big and Little Ku, Brooks, Moraine, Kulik, American, Battle and Funnel Creeks, anglers maximize fishing time and often reach the water before more distant lodges. Over its 53 years of catering to discerning anglers, Enchanted Lake Lodge has gained the reputation as the most deluxe and luxurious fly out lodge in the state. No detail is overlooked as guests are treated to fantastic accommodations, gourmet meals, two well-kept DeHavilland Beaver float planes, well-appointed jet boats and seasoned guides that intimately know their world-class fisheries. Catering to only 12 guests per week, Enchanted Lake Lodge provides what serious rainbow fishermen consider Alaska’s ultimate all-inclusive fly out experience.
Enchanted Lake Lodge is located approximately 50 miles northeast of King Salmon, Alaska in Katmai National Park.
Located in the heart of Bristol Bay’s Katmai National Park, Enchanted Lake Lodge is one of the region's premier fishing destinations. The lodge is strategically located just minutes from many of Alaska’s most productive fisheries. This minimizes flight times and maximizes fishing time on the world famous streams for which the state is known. While Enchanted Lake Lodge prides itself on being a “rainbow focused” destination, there are also all five species of Pacific salmon available as well as Arctic char, Dolly Varden and grayling. During a stay with Enchanted Lake Lodge, your fishing preferences (as well as that day's fishing conditions) are taken into account. River options include the Brooks, Kulik, Battle, Big and Little Ku, American, Kvichak, Moraine, Funnel and among others. Having one of the most experienced team of guides, a day with these experts will not disappoint even the most seasoned of anglers. With the use of planes, jet boats and rafts, you are sure to have access to best the region has to offer.
The greater Bristol Bay/Katmai region is home to pristine wilderness, majestic views, enormous rainbow trout, five species of Pacific salmon, Arctic char, Dolly Varden, grayling, pike and trout, as well as the second largest national park in the United States. Katmai National Park is 4.2 million acres of virtually untouched wilderness where you can find bears, moose, caribou and wolves. At world famous Brooks Falls, you're likely to see a bear grab a leaping salmon right out of the air. Here also, volcanoes and glaciers coexist. From the Valley of 10,000 Smokes to the deep turquoise of the ice age glaciers, you'll see scenery that rivals the wildlife.
Accommodations and Meals:
Set within Katmai National Park, the lodge was originally built in 1961 and remodeled from the ground up in 2002. Today the lodge provides unrivaled luxury in a remote wilderness setting where the only available access is by float plane. This world-class lodge provides the perfect balance of comfort and service paired with a true wilderness adventure. The lodge has a comfortable main room where guests enjoy an open bar and appetizers. The large window-lined dining room provides a panoramic view of the massive lake below. With a superb kitchen staff and fresh ingredients constantly brought in, you can expect meals that match any fine restaurant. Two decks provide spectacular views of Nonvianuk Lake and the Walatka Mountains. Guests can also enjoy their wood stove sauna, which is warmed and waiting at the end of each day. Each private guest cabin is comfortably furnished with private bathrooms, heaters and 24-hour electricity.
Day 1: (Saturday) Arrive Anchorage and overnight at your elected accommodations (independently arranged, not included).
Day 2: Fly from Anchorage to King Salmon (not included in package) where the lodge will meet you and fly you directly to the lodge. Get settled in and prepare your gear for the next days fishing.
Day 3– 8: Six full days of guided fishing with fly outs (weather permitting).
Day 9: (Sunday) Depart lodge for King Salmon and fly back to Anchorage and points beyond.
2020 Rates: $11,500 per person for a 7 night/6 day package
Included: Round trip transportation between King salmon and the lodge, accommodations and meals at the lodge, alcohol, guiding, fly-outs (weather permitting), fishing license, rods/reels, waders/boots, flies and tackle.
Not Included: Round trip airfare to King salmon, staff and guide gratuities.
Species: Rainbow trout, Arctic char, Arctic grayling
Season: June to September
Capacity: 12 anglers
Map: King Salmon, AK