Located in the village of Quinhagak, the camp sits within the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge. With over 4 million acres, it is home to some of the most prolific salmon runs in the world and hosts a wide variety of fish, bird, and mammal species. The Kanektok offers all salmon species along with true leopard Rainbow trout, arctic char, grayling, and dolly varden. This remote location offers fishing solitude. The river, its tributaries, and braids give anglers access to some of the best sport fishing in the world. 500,000 fish run past the lodge each year. This is fly fishing only.
Guests will overnight in Anchorage on Thursday. Friday fly to Quinhagak and transfer to camp. Six full days of fishing Saturday-Thursday. Depart the Lodge on Saturday morning flying back to Anchorage via Bethel. Guests can make overnight flights to the lower 48 this evening. Arrive home Sunday.
The lodge offers sturdy, heated "weather port" style tent cabins with wood floors and carpet. Super strong and waterproof, they can handle the weather in Alaska. Each guest has a single tent with padded cot, a high-quality sleeping bag, and plenty of storage room. A drying tent is used for wet gear.
$5,500 per person. Six days and seven nights, Fri-Fri. program. Excludes Alaska Airlines flight from Anchorage to Bethel, Ravn Air flight from Bethel to Quinhagak, fishing license, waders/boots, and gratuities.
From Anchorage, guests fly commercial to Bethel and then from Bethel to Quinhagak, Alaska. Once in Quinhagak, you will be picked up by a lodge representative and dropped off riverside, where a Reel Action team member will take you the rest of the way to camp. They have Winston, Sage, G-Loomis, Redington, and Echo fly rods, both spey, switch, and single hand rod/reel outfits are all accessible for your use. All the guides tie their flies and have custom patterns that are highly effective on the Kanektok River. Rest assured, your guides will be prepared, so you have the best trip possible.
Longtime Frontiers trip hosts and photographers, the Becks travel far and wide to follow their love for fly fishing and nature photography. Based in Pennsylvania, Barry and Cathy write books, host fly fishing departures, lead African photo safaris, and operate a stock photography business. The Becks are well-known in the fishing, photography, and travel industries, and possess a stellar reputation for their skill, knowledge, and expertise born out of a 30 year career.
Their most recent books include Cathy Beck’s Fly Fishing Handbook, now in its third edition; Fly Waters Near and Far, a coffee table book of photographs, and a soon-to-be-released book on Alaska.