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Week Two at Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge on the Wild Alagnak River

So its now week two and after a great opening week, week 2 got even better!  Hot Leopard Rainbow Trout action and some amazing wildlife being seen! Moose on the Loose! Beautiful Bows! We are not the only fishers on this river! Happy Clients! The BEAR Necessities!  We Love Big Bows and We Can Not Lie! ATAL.....A True Alaska Lodge! call on 877 801 2289

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Adventures on the Alagnak River, The Katmai & Bristol Bay with Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge

As if 200 miles of fish-able water, over 40 miles of 3 different Rivers were not enough (all within easy access to the lodge by jet boat) - ATA Lodge offers many exciting "Add On" Adventures that you can choose from. We can't imagine you getting tired of our own "piece of paradise" during your stay with us, but should you wish to "Add On" an extra adventure or two to your package, you will be able to explore all of the very best of what the Katmai National Park and surrounding Bristol Bay Region has to offer the Intrepid Adventurer!   Not only can we get you in to fish other remote lakes, rivers and streams across the region by doing either Fly...

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Bear Viewing on The Wild Alagnak River at Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge in The Katmai National Park and Preserve

  Bear Viewing on the Alagnak River and in Katmai National Park: With the highest population of brown bears in the world, the Katmai National Park is one of the most prized destinations for wildlife viewing in Alaska. Particularly for seeing large brown bears feeding on fresh run salmon. We have been operating in Alaska for over 25 years and have a clean safety record. Our well-seasoned and knowledgeable guides have developed a strong understanding and respect for these wonderful creatures, built up by living and working amongst them. Our location on the Alagnak River is deep in bear country and we often have bears within sight of our lodge. We are able to access the river by jet boat...

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The Katmai National Park, The Wild Alagnak River and Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge - Part 2

  Katmai National Park and Preserve is located on the Alaska Peninsula in Southwest Alaska, with headquarters in the nearby town of King Salmon, about 290 miles southwest of Anchorage.  The park and preserve cover 4,093,077 acres. Most of this is a designated wilderness area in the national park where all hunting is banned. The park is named after Mount Katmai, its centre piece Volcano. The area was first designated a national monument in 1918 to protect the area around the major 1912 volcanic eruption of Novarupta, which formed the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. The park includes as many as 18 individual volcanoes, seven of which have been active since 1900. Following its designation as a national park, the...

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The Katmai National Park, The Wild Alagnak River and Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge - Part 1

Katmai National Park has become well known for its salmon run which attract both bears and people alike. Katmai contains the world's largest protected brown/grizzly bear population, estimated to number about 2,200. Apart from its famous Brown Bears, Katmai also has moose, grey wolves, beavers, otters, porcupines, wolverine and other mammals. Marine mammals include hair seals, sea lions, sea otters, beluga whales, orca and grey whales. Caribou occasionally winter within the park.  Each year millions of salmon enter Katmai National Park from the Bering Sea. They swim up into the lakes, rivers and streams of the area to spawn. These fish provide a food source for Alaskan Rainbow Trout and other fresh water fish. This is Alaska’s famous sport fishing...

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Contact Info

Box 31,
King Salmon,
Alaska, 99613
Phone: +(1) 877 801 2289
Phone: +(1) 907 519 6820
Phone: +(44) 7775 602 424