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Nature is the key to Western Alaska, a land of exclusive wilderness adventure you can’t find anywhere else in the USA! Extremely rural, enjoy the roll of the land where wildlife like moose, caribou, geese and bears roam freely! Head north of small town Bethel and take a hunting trip for these types of animals and more, or head out with a guide into the Bering Sea to fish for salmon! Take a sled dog tour through the region and once you get your handle on it, participate in the Kuskokwim 300 a race across the tundra between Bethel and the village of Aniak! A stop in Alaska’s Western region is a must, as it gives travelers an impressive glimpse into the Native cultures and history that have been the foundation of the state and area for thousands of years!
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Why choose the Anvik River Lodge?Because it's like having your own private fishing reserve at our truly remote yet extremely comfortable lodge. You won't see any other anglers, boaters or float planes during your stay. It's just us and the wildlife on this 120 mile river which is a subsidiary to the Yukon River. Located over 400 miles Northwest... more
Austin's Alaska Adventures Lodge, located near St. Michael, Alaska, is a year-round adventure experience, offering guided fishing adventures on a river on private land during the summer, and dog sledding trips in the winter. The area is full of wildlife, including excellent birdwatching.... more
This exclusive fishing lodge is located in Northwest Alaska. The Unalakleet River has one of the last, great remaining salmon runs on the planet! Fully guided fly and spin fishing - deluxe accommodations. Unlike most trophy fish areas in Alaska, there is no fishing competition from other lodges on the Unalakleet watershed.... more
Crescent Lake Lodge is located about 250 miles west of Anchorage, Alaska on a lake adjacent to the Holitna River. I have hunted and trapped in this part of Alaska since 1973. A limited number of hunters are taken at a time and in any one season. This assures the hunter of having more attention paid to details and more reliable support in the field... more