The Lodge at 58 North - Alaska Fly Out
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Quick Facts

  • Price

    Starting at $11,875 Per Person

  • Trip Starting Point
    King Salmon, Alaska
  • Lodge Type

    Fly Out Lodge | Luxury Lodge

  • Capacity

    8 Guests

  • Location

    King Salmon, Alaska

Fishing & Guided Activity

Alaska fishing trips are intended to relax and calm your spirit and fill you with rejuvenation and renewal. They are also as varied as they are abundant. The Lodge at 58* North provides a slew of experiences from fly-outs to their home waters on the Naknek River. They provide all the gear for an array of fishing styles and can accommodate any skill level.

There are so many rivers and streams to see in Bristol Bay, each offering a different experience. With a float plane on the dock, they offer their guests the opportunity to explore and experience wild fly-out fishing. The famed rivers of Katmai National Park and Becharof Refuge are a short flight away. From the float plane dock at the lodge, the flights will take you through incredible, untouched landscapes. Depending on location, you may walk over land to the river or up the river from where you landed. You might even float in one of their small rafts and get picked up downstream. In some locations you can sight fish for rainbow trout with streamers, egg patterns or mice. Dolly Varden fishing can only be described as ridiculous, and if you’re lucky, you can find pods of ocean-fresh silver salmon that are willing to eat anything that moves. While on a backcountry fishing trip, you may encounter moose, brown bears, caribou, wolves, fox, and eagles.

The Lodge at 58* North is ideally located on the Naknek River. This means that you are guaranteed to fishing everyday even if flying out is not an option. With five species of Pacific salmon, sea-run Dolly Varden, grayling, Northern pike, and some of the largest rainbow trout in the world, there are always fish to chase. Early summer offers exciting action fishing for hungry rainbow trout as they smash salmon smolt on the surface. By the end of June king and sockeye salmon start showing up. The first week of July will bring the sockeye in by the thousands, while the peak of the king run will occur from early to late July. Come August the silver salmon will be migrating in high numbers. Fall fishing on the Naknek can provide an angler a shot at catching a rainbow trout of a lifetime. In September these world class trout move from Naknek Lake back into the river system. It’s an incredible time of year to chase these giants. The guides’ preferred method for catching fall rainbows is to swing flies with either a single or two handed flyrod, though at times they fish for them with egg patterns under indicators. The Naknek provides excellent fishing all season long.

Non-fishing activities include hiking, beach combing, flight seeing, tours of the Valley of 10,000 Smokes, bird watching, bear viewing, and photography.

Accomodation Details

The Lodge at 58* North is the newest luxury fly-out Alaska fishing lodge in the heart of Bristol Bay. Constructed in 2022, the main lodge is warm and welcoming, and features modern and crisp Scandinavian design elements.

The lodge cabins are freshly updated and newly appointed with top end features and offer guests plenty of privacy and comfort. They are light, airy, and clean with private baths and sitting areas. Quizz’s Cabin has two private bedrooms and baths and a shared seating area with grand views of the river. The Gray Willow Cabin and Yellow Birch Cabin both have two queen beds situated privately with private bathrooms and sitting areas looking out over the river.

Food & Beverage

The dining program at the lodge is a big part of the overall experience. Meals are prepared by the culinary team in an open air kitchen and enjoyed together by guests and staff alike at the main dining table. Every morning the chefs prepare breakfast to order as well as coffee, tea, and juice. Field lunches are made with quality ingredients including local produce, greens from their garden, and homemade bread baked daily. Upon return to the lodge, guests will experience an assortment of appetizers followed by a thoughtfully prepared culinary experience. They serve a variety of specialties including local salmon, meats sourced from the Mat-Su Valley, and greens from the garden. Most of the meals are prepared very clean and they can accommodate all dietary restrictions and allergies. Spirits, wine, beer on tap, as well as non-alcoholic beverages are included as part of your stay. 

Sample Itinerary

6-Day / 6-Night Trip
  • Day 1

    Arrive to King Salmon and the lodge in the late afternoon or early evening in time to get settled in and enjoy a gourmet dinner.

  • Day 2

    Fly to a small stream in Katmai National Park to walk and wade fish for trout and char.

  • Day 3

    Fish the Naknek River for salmon and/or trout.

  • Day 4

    Fly out to a to small stream in Becharof National Wildlife Refuge to walk and wade fish for char and Arctic grayling.

  • Day 5

    Fly to a small stream in Katmai Preserve to raft a river and fish for trout and char.

  • Day 6

    Fly out to a river near tidal water to fish for salmon arriving on the incoming tides.

  • Day 7

    Fish the Naknek River for salmon and/or trout. After a full day of fishing you will fly back to Anchorage in the late afternoon or early evening. 

Travel Details

How to get there

The Lodge at 58* North is located roughly 300 miles southwest of Anchorage on the Naknek River in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska.

Guests are responsible for getting themselves to Anchorage, Alaska prior to the start of their trip. A trip with The Lodge at 58* North begins in Anchorage. They will arrange round-trip air transportation to King Salmon, which is included in the trip price. You will be met upon arrival at the King Salmon airport by lodge staff and driven 15 mintues to the lodge via a comfortable passanger van.


Rates & Package Options

  • 5-Day / 5-Night All-Inclusive Package

    $11,875 Per Person

  • 6-Day / 6-Night All-Inclusive Package

    $14,250 Per Person

  • *** Please inquire for other trip duration packages. ***

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What’s Included

• Guided fishing
• Use of float planes & boats
• Cabin accommodations
• All meals, snacks, beverages, & alcohol
• Transportation between Anchorage and the lodge
• Bed taxes, private land use fees, & National Park Service fees.
• Salmon filleting & packaging 

What’s Not Included

  • ADF&G fishing licenses
  • Gratuity
  • Waders & rain gear
  • Accomodations in Anchorage if necessary
Rates are based on double occupancy and are subject to change