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Mission Lodge
Alaska the way you always imagined it. Incredible fishing in the midst of incomparable natural beauty. Maybe the finest fly-out lodge in Alaska, Mission Lodge located on Aleknagik Lake, combines daily fly-outs to the best fishing in Bristol Bay with unrivaled food, lodging and staff, all in a warm family-friendly atmosphere. With all the comforts of home – the sauna, hot tub, well stocked lounge, humidor and masseuse - this place will pamper you. Cost: $6,600 per week from Dillingham

Alaska West
Located on the Kanektok River, nick-named the "Chosen River" by folks hoping to keep the identity of this "fish factory" a secret. Their tag line says it all, "For the Serious Angler." You’ll sleep and eat in tents and catch fish till your arms ache. Fish for all five species of Pacific salmon, plus leopard rainbows, char, dolly varden and grayling. Your battle cry will be, "I can rest when I get back to the office". After a week at AK west they’ll "pour" you onto the plane! Cost: $4,350 per week based on double occupancy. Shorter stays available.

Orca Adventure Lodge
Imagine landing on deserted stretch of beach 100 miles south of the fishing village of Cordova, on  the Alaskan Gulf Coast - an area natives call the "Lost Coast." Lost Coast Lodge is strategically located between the Bering Glacier, St. Elias Mountains and the Tsiu, Tsivat and Kaliakh Rivers.  The area is home to the biggest and orneriest silver salmon on the planet - producing specimens over 20 lbs every year. And they eat dry flies!  Clean comfortable cabins and great food, including "Surf and Turf" Alaskan-style--juicy prime rib with a stack of king crab legs. You'll ice your drinks with glacier ice that washes up on the beach.  This is a special place. Cost from: $2,550 per person per week from Cordova.

Alaska Sportsman’s Lodge
Ask anyone who’s fished Alaska for trophy rainbows where to find the biggest ones and chances are the name Kvichak River will come up. Here they measure rainbows in feet! ASL owners Dave Sandelin and Brian Kraft chose the section they call the "braids," about 4 miles downstream from the outlet of Lake Iliamna to build this new lodge. In addition to mind boggling "bows" the river produces a healthy sockeye run and with the addition of their new Dehavilland Beaver, daily fly-outs are an option. Cost: $6,950 per week from Anchorage, (includes two fly-outs). Shorter stays available.

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