The Bristol Bay area in Southwest Alaska offers a wide variety of sport fishing. It's possible to catch up to eight varieties of fish during your stay, and possibly more depending on the time of your visit. Flyfish or use conventional gear to target all 5 species of Pacific Salmon - Kings, Silvers, Sockeyes, Pinks, & Chums - as well as, Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling, Arctic Char, & Northern Pike. With the use of their planes, jet boats, & charter boats the variety of waters to fish is a vast as the species available. Fly to small creeks, take the charters out on impressive Lake Iliamna, or cruise up any of the rivers where they have jet boats stashed.
The experienced guide staff at Angry Eagle want you to have a fishing trip of a lifetime; so whether it’s teaching the fundamentals of casting a line or focusing on the finer points of a particular technique, they will customize the experience to suit your wants and needs. Both experienced and novice anglers alike will depart with plenty of fish stories to be told.
Nestled between Lake Clark National Park and Katmai National Park, Angry Eagle Lodge & Outfitters is ideally situated for exploring the natural beauty of Southwest Alaska if you decide you need a break from catching fish. Enjoy the scenery during a flight over to Brooks Falls for bear viewing, or seeing the majesty of the remote glaciers in the Lake Clark National Park & Reserve.
Step into a world of rustic charm coupled with modern convenience. Both the Angry Eagle Lodge and Eagle’s Peak Lodge are ideal for unwinding after a long day spent fishing. Relax in style as you enjoy a beer and appetizers while the chef prepares a gourmet meal of king crab, prime rib, or inch-thick pork chops, just to name a few. Plus, with no one around for miles, count on some of the best sleep you’ll ever get.
The Angry Eagle Lodge is constructed of cedar logs and features six private bedrooms—four of which have two queen beds, and the other two rooms each have a queen bed and two full beds. Each bedroom also has a private bathroom and shower. It accommodates groups of 12 to 14 people per week and includes satellite TV and Wi-Fi.
The Eagle's Nest Lodge is the latest addition, featuring four spacious bedrooms that each have two queen beds and a private bathroom and shower. This 6,000-square-foot lodge boasts a picturesque great room that’s situated on a bluff overlooking Lake Iliamna—the ideal spot to enjoy hors ‘dourves and drinks followed by an upscale dinner. Eagle’s Peak Lodge accommodates groups of six to eight people per week and includes satellite TV and Wi-Fi.
Arrive to Anchorage International Airport before 1:00 p.m. Many guests choose to overnight in Anchorage on Friday night. Take a cab or UBER to Lake Clark Air located at Merrill Field. Depart for the lodge with Lake Clark Air at 3:30 p.m. Around 5:00 p.m., you will arrive at Pedro Bay on Lake Iliamna where the lodge staff will meet and drive you to Angry Eagle Lodge. You will have the opportunity to enjoy dinner, discuss fishing techniques with our experienced guides, have a short but through safely briefing, work on your fly casting techniques, and simply relax as you take in the sights and sounds of the Alaskan wilderness from the comfort of our rustic lodge setting.
After an early wakeup call and hearty breakfast, you’ll suit up in waders and depart the lodge via boat or float plane to explore the natural beauty of Alaska’s rivers and lakes. Your destinations can vary from the tributaries and lakes that feed Lake Iliamna and the Cook Inlet coast to the streams that feed the world renowned Bristol Bay.
Depending on the weather and your destination, you’ll enjoy a pre-made lunch or a shore lunch prepared by your guides. In the late afternoon, you will return to the lodge, where you can rest and clean up before you enjoy drinks, hors d'ourves, and dinner.
Depart on your one-hour Lake Clark Air charter flight for Merrill Field in Anchorage, where you’ll take a cab to Anchorage International Airport for your flight home. Please do not book your departing flight from Anchorage until at least 2 p.m., as inclement weather may delay your departure from the lodge.
When booking your travel plans to Alaska, we recommend arriving at the Anchorage International Airport the Friday before your adventure begins at Angry Eagle. After arriving in Anchorage, explore the sights and sounds of the city or head to your hotel to relax and unwind for the evening.
When scheduling your departing flight home from Anchorage, do NOT book anything earlier than 4 p.m. on the last Saturday of your trip. Inclement weather may delay your Lake Clark Air Charter flight arrival into Anchorage from Pedro Bay.
You will be flying to Angry Eagle Lodge via Lake Clark Air (LCA), a private charter service that operates eight-passenger, twin-engine Navajo aircraft. Angry Eagle Lodge will schedule your reservations with LCA, so the only thing you need to do is take a cab to the LCA office at Merrill Field. For your flight to Pedro Bay, be sure to dress in warm clothes and have your raingear handy in case there’s rain upon your arrival at Pedro Bay. Keep in mind, LCA has a 50-pound baggage limit per person and charges 75¢ per additional pound of baggage. LCA also charges $25 for each box of fish on your return flight to Anchorage. The round-trip charter flight costs about $465 per person and must be paid by clients upon arrival at the LCA office. LCA accepts cash and check as well as Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.
• 6-Days of Guided Fishing
• All Meals and Beverages
• Fly Outs
• All Fishing Gear
• Daily Maid & Laundry Service
• Transportation from your house to Pedro Bay, Alaska
• Fishing License ($70 buy on-site) & King Salmon stamp ($40 on site, if required)
• Personal clothing, waders, etc.
• Staff gratuities