ROYAL COACHMAN LODGE - BRISTOL BAY - ALASKA
The Bristol Bay Region has
the largest salmon runs in the world! Nowhere
else on earth will you find such a wide variety
of sportfish. And the sheer numbers of fish that
this fishery supports is mind boggling. The area
around the Royal Coachman lodge in Alaska that
we fish contains all five species of Pacific
Salmon: Kings, Silvers, Sockeye, Chum, and
Pinks, along with seven species of freshwater
gamefish, Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden, Arctic
Char, Arctic Grayling, Northern Pike, Lake
Trout, and Sheefish.
Fishing at the Lodge
The Nuyakuk River is a fantastic river to fish! It is routine to see schools of spawning salmon from the Lodge, and Grayling rise in the Lodge pool almost constantly. On our home river we see other anglers only once or twice a season, usually rafters passing by from some remote location, and it offers our guests exceptional fishing right from the Lodge. We keep a number of boats at the Lodge, and downstream below the falls. We can access 75 miles of wilderness rivers right from the front door. With no large lake and four-foot whitecaps to contend with on rainy and blustery days, you and your guide will have great fishing on those rare days that weather makes for unsafe fly-outs. This means that we do NOT push the weather. This is a major consideration when choosing your angling destination. You never lose valuable fishing time to weather, and you and yours are NOT placed in potentially dangerous situations. There’s nothing more frustrating than sitting out a storm at a fishing lodge in Alaska while NOT fishing! It just doesn’t happen at the Royal Coachman Lodge.
Please contact Salmon Country Guide Service if you would like to find out more about fishing in Alaska.
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