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Mission Lodge, Alaska,  5409 Overseas Hwy. #370,  United States, Arctic grayling, Dolly varden, Chum salmon, Sockeye salmon, Salmon, Northern pike, Arctic char, Lake trout, Chinook salmon, Rainbow trout

Mission Lodge, Alaska

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5409 Overseas Hwy. #370, United States
Arctic grayling, Dolly varden, Chum salmon, Sockeye salmon, Salmon, Northern pike, Arctic char, Lake trout, Chinook salmon, Rainbow trout

At Mission Lodge we have a wide variety of Alaskan fish species to chase after. Some of these are referred to as our native species, which in essence are the non-ocean going fish. The rest are the Pacific salmon species which we are targeting in or close to the tidewater as they first enter the rivers and streams of Bristol Bay Alaska.

We are blessed with five species of Pacific Salmon that come up our rivers and streams, chrome-bright and full of fight. Throughout our summer and fall season, there is a different combination of salmon that are available to our anglers. We are happy to chase after these with fly, spin or conventional tackle depending the needs and wants of the angler.

For our native species we practice strict “Catch and Release”. If you would like to take some fresh salmon home, our guides will help you pick the best ones to keep and filet, vacuum seal and flash freeze your catch. Our lodge has developed the attitude of “limiting your kill, don’t kill your limit”. Each angler can take up to 50 pounds of frozen salmon filets, which happens to be about ten times the national average of salmon consumed in the U.S.A.


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  • Anon 24 Aug 2015

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    Great food, brilliant guides, amazing facilities and plenty of fish. Enough said.



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