We are proud to be the feature of this fantastic film about fly fishing on the Alagnak Wild River of Bristol Bay, Alaska! ATA Lodge is a remote fly in lodge located in the stunning setting of the Katmai National Park and Preserve. This half hour long film shows the majesty of the Katmai Wilderness and the prolific fishing for all 5 species of Pacific Salmon that only Bristol Bay watersheds can produce.
Dream Destination Fishing Trip – Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge on the Alagnak Wild River of Alaska's famous Bristol Bay Watershed
Drama on the Wild Alagnak River…. After a day of wearing ourselves out catching heaps of Big, Beautiful Leopard Rainbow Trout and Grayling, new guy Jon is out fishing at midnight last night….I guess he hadn’t had enough earlier in the day….well he did only just get here and....yesterday it was Opening Day…so who can blame him really if he’s pretty keen to experience the best of what the Alagnak River has to offer….and we are of course in the land of the Midnight Sun…sooooo back to the tale…. New girl Katlyn is standing down on the dock watching Jon fish, when Katie yells for Jon to look behind him as there is a Mother Moose and her Calf hoofing it...
Live Auction for an ATA Lodge Fishing Trip of a Lifetime on the Alagnak Wild River from The Countryside Alliance!
Great opportunity to get 2 for the price of 1 trip to ATA Lodge from the Countryside Alliance Charity Auction on May 3, 2017. The auction is live now and you can bid for the trip by following this link!https://www.fishingforourfuturedinner.com/lite-ui/#liveLots/show/3
A Peek in to the Mind of a Fishing Guide at ATA Lodge on the Alagnak Wild River, a Bristol Bay Fishing Lodge!
Jacob McGee Takes Us to His Backyard in Alaska The world is moving at an increasingly fast pace and with society becoming more and more “advanced”, it is easy (for myself at least) to get caught up in it all. There are always bills to pay and deadlines to make, but having a summer job working as a guide at a remote lodge in Alaska is the perfect way for a young man, with a love of fishing, to procrastinate. Fly fishing, for me, has slowly become less about the fish I catch or the flies I tie, and more about being in tune with the river. Now don't get me wrong, I love watching a trout rise or a rod bend...