The Finest Fly Fishing in Alaska
Get the Best Alaskan Fly Fishing Experience!
Sport fishing is one of the most popular outdoor activities in Alaska, and fly fishing is a time honored tradition that dates back hundreds of years. 3 million lakes, 3,000 rivers, and 6,640 miles of coastline, Alaska provides anglers with exciting, challenging, and almost limitless opportunities for adventure. According to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, there are so many bodies of water across the state that you would need to cast across a million acres of streams, lakes, and shorelines every day for a full year to explore it all.
In Alaska, water and weather conditions are always changing. With such expansive bodies of water, fishing varies drastically throughout the state, as different terrain, environments, and even climates shape the experience. Each day, with the help of No See Um Lodge’s fishing guides, you choose the best options for that day’s fishing. Every angler, regardless of experience, is likely to find an area that suits their level of skill and adventurism. With an average of two guests to each guide, you can be assured that no matter what your skill level or needs, we can accommodate them. Each year we receive a wide variety of guests, from the experienced angler to the novice fisherman.
Alaska is home to dozens of species of fish. Populations of fish differ across bodies of water depending on the species’ natural habitat, food source, and lifecycle behavior. This heightens the fishing experience, as anglers are able to steer the course of their fishing trip depending on the kind of fish they’re after. Fish vary in size, speed, and strength, so anglers can decide whether they’re up for a challenge or are looking for an easy catch. Overlooking the Kvichak River, at No See Um Lodge we have access to several fisheries, and can reach over 30 rivers for world-class fishing. The following are the species you will have the chance to fish in our waters:
- Rainbow Trout
- Arctic Char
- Arctic Grayling
- Chum Salmon
- Chinook (King) Salmon
- Sockeye (Red) Salmon
- Pink (Humpy) Salmon
- Silver (Coho) Salmon Fly
- Northern Pike
- Lake Trout
Since 1975, No See Um has been perfecting the art of customer satisfaction by consistently striving to be the best fishing lodge in Alaska. Some people desire to feel the pull of a giant King Salmon on their line, while others prefer the excitement of casting a dry to a rising Rainbow. How do you want to remember your Alaskan fly fishing experience? Contact us to book the adventure of a lifetime with No See Um Lodge.