An ultimate Alaskan fly fishing exeprience
No See Um Lodge overlooks the Kvichak River in southwest Alaska and is central to several superb fisheries. If inclement weather means the planes can’t fly, anglers can access excellent fishing right out of the back door using jet boats.
A great choice of productive rivers to fish
The meticulously maintained fleet of de Havilland Beavers fly out each morning with four guests and two guides per craft. There are around 30 rivers and streams to choose from and enough flexibility to quickly relocate for optimum weather and fishing conditions. While a large part of the fishing is for trout, anglers can spend as much time as they like targeting char, grayling and all five species of salmon. Boats on the Nushigak and Alagnak rivers provide for incredible chinook (king salmon) fishing, and quite possibly the best chum fishing on the planet.
Comfortable, remote lodge overlooking the Kvichak River
No See Um Lodge sits on a high bank overlooking the Kvichak River and accommodates 12 rods per week. The primary guest house consists of two double-occupancy rooms and two single-occupancy rooms, each with a private bath. This house also has a large living room, stocked bar, fireplace and a drying room. The honeymoon cabins sleep two and are cosy one-room buildings containing queen and twin beds, a sitting area, and a private bathroom. The riverside windows ensure beautiful views with moose, brown bears and bald eagles commonly sighted. There are plenty of activities for non-fishers to enjoy here.
Most guests will gather at the end of the day to sit by the fire, have a drink, and enjoy an appetizer. The chef serves delicious gourmet meals, with breakfast cooked to order, freshly prepared lunches carried to the river by your guide, and a three course dinner each evening.
Resting on the banks of the Naknek River
Anglers visiting No See Um Lodge fly to Anchorage from where a charter flight operates to King Salmon airport in the Bristol Bay borough of Alaska. Form here it is a 30-minute float plane flight to the lodge.