This remote and secluded lodge sits on the narrows between Grosvenor Lake and Colville Lake. You can expect total seclusion and comfortable accommodations. Excellent fishing for rainbow trout, char, lake trout, northern pike, and sockeye salmon is available. The local waters of Grosvenor remain almost completely untouched by other area fishing operations. This lodge is truly a place you can call your own – isolated in the wilderness, incredible views, and tons of wildlife. The American River and the narrows in front of the lodge all have heavy runs of salmon smolt which attract predator fish.
Guests have private access to the fishing in the lake systems and the narrows right in front of camp. The lakes have one of the largest sockeye runs in the state along with resident rainbow trout. This is an exclusive area without having to use float planes or sharing the waters with other anglers.
Guests stay in 3 double-occupancy guest cabins equipped with heaters and electricity. A modern bathhouse is next to the cabins. The kitchen and dining area feature great views of Grosvenor Lake and the main lodge has a lounge and bar, where cocktails are served each evening.
Fly: Combo of 6 and 8 wt. flyrod or a 5 and 7 wt. works well all season. Conventional: Lightweight rod/reel combo for smaller fish, and a medium action rod (6-7 ft) for salmon. The lightweight reel should hold 150 yds of 6-8 lb. mono. Salmon reels should hold at least 150 yds of 12- to 15 lb. mono.
The lodge is intimate with only 6 anglers per week. Your trip starts upon arrival into Anchorage's Ted Stevens International Airport (ANC). Several major airlines serve Alaska from the Lower 48 with connections directly to Anchorage. First night will be spent in the hotel of your choice. The following morning you will begin your trip at the Katmai Air offices and hanger near the Anchorage International Airport (ANC). There you will board a wheeled Navajo Chieftain for the flight from Anchorage to Kulik Lodge. At Kulik you will transfer to a float plane then will deliver you to Grosvenor.
3 day/3 night $2,895 pp, 4 day/4 night $3,895 pp, 7 day/7 night $5,895 pp. Includes meals, boat/guide service, rods/reels/waders, and cocktails. The transfer days are Wednesday and Sunday. Not included is round-trip charter flights ANC/Lodge (1,000 RT), terminal tackle, flies, and fishing license.
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Alaska is truly one of the last frontiers for purely wild fish. Seasonal prolific runs fill the rivers with large volumes of salmon making their way to their spawning grounds and eager for the fly. The season kicks off in April with wild steelhead fishing in southeast Alaska, followed throughout the summer by various salmon migrations. Wild rainbow trout are available from ice-out, with a double-digit trout a distinct possibility at any date ...