The Lodge at 58 North - Alaska Fly Out



Quick Facts

  • Price

    $11,000 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

Located roughly 300 miles southwest of Anchorage, the Bristol Bay region is home to the 4.09 million acre Katmai National Park and Preserve, the 1.2 million acre Becharof Wildlife Refuge, and the 1.6 million acre Wood-Tikchik State Park. The area hosts Alaska’s most legendary trout and salmon streams including the largest run of sockeye salmon left in the world. The number of lakes and rivers seem endless and the fishing opportunities are similarly impressive. From giant ocean fresh king salmon to acrobatic silver salmon and some of the largest rainbow trout in the country, the Bristol Bay region of southwest Alaska is one of the most prolific and consistent sport fisheries on the planet. 58* North offers fly fishing or light tackle fishing for all five species of Pacific salmon as well as rainbow trout, Arctic char, Dolly Varden, Arctic grayling, lake trout, and Northern pike. The fishing season runs from June to late October.

The Naknek River is their homewater and is fished throughout the season. 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. 

While the home water, the Naknek River, offers fishing opportunities every day, there are so many rivers and streams to see in Bristol Bay, each offering a different experience.  With a float plane on their dock, they offer  guests the opportunity to explore and experience wild fly-out fishing.  Depending on location, you may walk over land to the river or up the river from where they landed. you might even float in a small raft and get picked up at another location downstream. While on a backcountry fishing trip, you may encounter moose, brown bears, caribou, wolves, fox and eagles. 

The Lodge at 58* North provides all the gear for a variety of fishing styles. 

Accomodation Details

The Lodge at 58° North is the newest luxury fly-out fishing lodge in the heart of Bristol Bay located on the banks of the Naknek River. The Scandinavian interior design of the main lodge is crisp and modern while also being extremely warm and welcoming. With an open floor plan, the kitchen and dining become a part of the experience as does the well stocked bar.

Guests stay in private, newly renovated, comforatable cabins 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. Cabin Two: The Gray Willow has two queen beds situated privately with a private bathroom and sitting area looking out over the river. Cabin Four: The Yellow Birch also has two queen beds situated privately with a private bathroom and sitting area looking out over the river. 

Food & Beverage

Meals are prepared in the open area kitchen and eaten together by guests and staff alike at the main dining table. The culinary crew serves a variety of specialties including local salmon caught at the mouth of the Naknek river by a local fisherman, meats sourced from the Mat-Su valley, and greens from their gardens. The meals are always thoughtfully conceived and executed with perfection. Most of the meals are prepared very clean and they can accommodate all dietary restrictions and allergies. Breakfasts are made to order and fresh made lunches are enjoyed on the river. Spirits, beer, and wine are included as part of your stay.

Sample Itinerary

3-Day / 3-Night Trip
  • Day 1

    Gather at Mako’s water taxi on the Homer Spit for your scenic 20-minute boat ride to Tutka Bay Lodge. Meet the lodge managers for a brief orientation of the activities and lodge facilities. Check in to your private cabin overlooking Grace Ridge and Tutka Fjord. Plan your days with your guide so you can include all the goals you have for your time with us. Options include kayaking in the Bay, tide pooling, hiking in Kachemak Bay State Park, massage, cooking class, hot tub, yoga classes, and an interpretive hike through an old growth forest.

    Luncheon is served at 1:00 p.m. in the main room. In the late afternoon, we offer a cooking class in the kitchen with the chefs, wine tasting in the main lodge bar area, and dinner at 7:00 p.m. After dinner, there is an evening education program on Alaska in the main lodge or evening activities with the guides.

  • Day 2

    Early morning gentle yoga class at 7:00 a.m. on the deck with views of Tutka Bay. Breakfast is served at 8:00 a.m. Join your guide for a day of bear-viewing on the Katmai Coast or, meet your boat captain for a day of deep sea fishing for salmon or halibut. End your day of adventure with a nice soak in the hot tub and a dip in the bay.

  • Day 3

    After yoga and breakfast, you and your guide choose from a variety of activities. You may take a small walk through our private trail system, go on a guided kayak tour of the area exploring the abundant ocean life found in the Tutka Bay region, or take the day to explore nearby Grewink glacier. Appetizers are served at 6:00 PM. Dinner at 7:00 PM. Don’t forget to book your complimentary massage.

  • Day 4

    Morning yoga on the deck before breakfast is optional. After breakfast, catch the water taxi back to Homer. Explore the artist community of Homer and enjoy lunch at our La Baleine Café.

Travel Details

How to get there

A trip to The Lodge at 58* North starts in Anchorage. 

Rates & Package Options

  • 3-Day / 3-Night All-Inclusive Package

    $6,695 Per Person

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

What’s Included

• Accommodations in a private cabin
• All meals, snacks, beverages, and alcohol
• Guided fishing

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What’s Not Included

• Fishing licenses
• Staff gratuity

Rates are based on double occupancy and are subject to change
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