Cusack's Lodge is situated on the Alaska Peninsula 200 miles southwest of Anchorage, between Lake Clark National Park and Katmai National Monument. This enviable location is within short striking distance of a wealth of fisheries, including the Gibraltar and Copper Rivers. Arguably the most beautiful streams in the 49th state, these are the ultimate destinations for rainbow trout anglers. Designated as Alaska's only "trophy fishing area," the region annually produces quality rainbow, arctic grayling and arctic char, and boasts five species of salmon. These fly-fishing only streams play host to the world's largest sockeye salmon run.