Top North American Fishing Trips
Alaska Rainbow Lodge
Featuring easy access to more than 30 different rivers and streams all teeming with fish, a stay at Alaska Rainbow Lodge is one you'll never forget!
Filled to the brim with trophy rainbow trout, arctic char, silver salmon, king salmon, sockeye salmon, grayling, and more, the waters around Alaska Rainbow Lodge are as colorful as its namesake! Incredible fishing can be found across 3,000 square miles of the Iliamna-Katmai watershed into Bristol Bay. There’s simply no such thing as a bad day of fishing at Alaska Rainbow Lodge! Guides can assist you in finding the best spots and techniques for reeling in "the big one." Meanwhile, the gorgeous quarters you'll be residing in are fit for royalty, and are the perfect place to cap off a successful day on the water! After a long day of successful fishing, you'll be happy to relax in the comfort of your private bedroom in one of three duplex cabins located at the lodge.
Ten Miles Up River Levelock, Alaska 99625
After you catch the big one, put your mind at ease! The Lodge can take care of all packaging, vacuum sealing, smoking of your salmon! You'll then take it home in airline-approved, wet-lock boxes.
The Lodge is still under its original owner, who has more than 50 years experience!close
Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge
King Salmon, Alaska
Go on an Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge vacation and the only thing you’ll worry about is what kind of fish you should eat for dinner. The friendly and knowledgeable staff will handle all the minutiae of an all-inclusive fishing trip so you can focus on what really matters: catching the big one!
As the unofficial gateway to Katmai National Park, Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge is approximately 280 miles from Anchorage and nestled snugly within the Bristol Bay watershed. Perched on the banks of the world-famous Naknek River in beautiful King Salmon, an all-inclusive experience begins with first-class accommodations. With only 12 to 14 guests at any one time, you know you’ll be getting their utmost attention. After you settle into your rustic lodgings, hop into a float plane and head out to the southwestern peninsula, only accessible by air. The Naknek River is boasted by Fish Alaska Magazine as “the best rainbow trout fishing in Alaska,” so you know there’s fantastic fishing to be done!
11 Alaska Peninsula Hwy, King Salmon, AK 99613
There is more than just fishing at the lodge. Experience Brown Bear/wildlife viewing, back country ATV adventures, hiking, kayaking, and more!
In the 1930s, the U.S. government built an air navigation silo at the site of present-day King Salmon.close
Perrault Falls, Ontario
This four-star fishing lodge has a well-deserved reputation for fantastic trophy fishing, quality accommodations, excellent meals, and friendly service. Manotak Lodge is simply ideal for aspiring fishermen both young and old!
A diverse array of fish are possible to catch here, including walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass, whitefish, perch, and muskie. Perrault Lake is quite sizable after all, with over 50 miles of shoreline an additional 67 miles of shoreline on connected Cedar Lake. Simply ask and the friendly and knowledgeable staff will advise you of the current hot spots, plus what lures and rigging you should be using. To keep its waters productive for years to come, the lodge encourages "catch and release" of the larger spawning fish, so that future generations can enjoy the same fun that current guests do. Conservation and regular fishing licenses are available to purchase at the lodge—practically all you could ever want is here at Manotak!
Hwy 105 General Delivery Perrault Falls, Ontario P0V 2K0
The resort's modern guest cottages can accommodate two to twelve guests each.
The fishing season begins in mid-May, when the ice melts!close
Alaska's Big Salmon Lodge
Alaska's Big Salmon Lodge is a family-owned, full-service lodge that provides their guests with top of the line accommodations and world-class fishing.
This incredible retreat rests on Middle Island, a 1,200-acre slice of natural wilderness surrounded by the waters of Sitka Sound. At Alaska’s Big Salmon Lodge, they do things differently than other lodges in Sitka by offering their clients the ability to book fully guided and self-guided fishing trips. The lodge provides you with all the essentials: boats, bait and tackle, fishing gear, and rain protection, as well as lunch to enjoy while you're out. The lodge even provides onsite fish processing in order to make your getaway as stress-free as possible! Sitka Sound is teeming with king salmon, coho, halibut, rockfish and much more. You're sure to reel in plenty of great catches during your trip! After a thrilling day of fishing, come back to one of their four waterfront and heated cabins, all of which contain two queen-size beds, private bathrooms, and covered porches.
PO Box 2373 Sitka, Alaska 99835
Sitka has some of the highest catch rates in Southeast Alaska.
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Whether you choose from their guided or self- guided packages each includes all meals, shuttle services to and from airport, fish processing, 10 hour days dock to dock fishing, all tackle/bait and other fishing gear.close
Temple Bay Lodge
Eagle River, Ontario
Fishing enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels are in for a treat at the Temple Bay Lodge in Eagle River, Ontario.
Situated on the sparkling shores of Eagle Lake, in the heart of beautiful Northwest Ontario, Temple Bay Lodge brings you close to 60,000 acres of fish-filled waters. Take advantage of their all-inclusive fishing packages and enjoy a day out on the lake to catch trophy northern pike, muskellunge, walleye, or smallmouth bass. Book their Grand Slam package and enjoy fully provided equipment, guides, meals, and much more. After your fun-filled day of fishing, come back to your cozy cabin and enjoy modern amenities such as private bathrooms, air conditioning, and queen-sized beds. If you aren’t swimming or fishing, enjoy the lake views right from your private porch!
Box 68 Eagle River, Ontario P0V 1S0
With Temple Bay's all-inclusive packages you are guaranteed to enjoy your time away stress-free. Your five-day or seven-day package includes lodging, three meals per day, an 18-foot boat, dock services, and six or three and a half days worth of fishing!
Plan your own adventure and discover 68,000 acres of water and over 70 miles of natural beauty. Canoeing, kayaking, fishing, and many other recreational activities await!close
The White River Inn
Uncover your fishing fantasy at The White River Inn!
You'll be hooked on all the angling options, which range from guided trips to solo excursions. Famous for tremendous trout fishing, the White River's waters are inhabited by world-record brown trout and other exceptional species lie rainbow, brook, ad cutthroat. As a tail water, the White River is truly a fly-fisherman's dream with different types of water, from long deep pools to shallow, oxygen, and food rich riffles. Here you can fish 365 days a year because the water never freezes over. You're not likely to find a better Arkansas angling experience! This secluded sanctuary is located on 31 acres of unspoiled natural splendor. It's an ideal escape for outdoor enthusiasts, fisherman, or couples in search of romance. The inn offers five luxurious guest suites with a variety of sleeping arrangements. Each guest room features a private entrance, custom made furniture, and fireplaces. After you wake up feeling rested and rejuvenated, enjoy a delicious country breakfast before you set out on a guide fishing trip or sightseeing excursion in the area. Come enjoy a "reel" fishing retreat!
924 County Road 174, Cotter, Arkansas 72626
The Rainbow Bridge, now listed on the National Register of Historical Places, is not far from the Inn. In addition, you won't want to miss a chance to visit the Wolf House, considered to be the oldest log house in the entire state.
Whether it's the sheen of trout rushing through the river or the rustling of green leaves of the surrounding forests, staying at the White River Inn is like stepping back to a simpler, sower, and more peaceful time!close
Missoula River Lodge
Set on a 100-acre ranch and with access to over 400 miles of water, Missoula River Lodge is a fisherman's paradise.
Missoula River Lodge is a luxury fishing lodge that specializes in dry fly fishing. They date back to 2004 where they scoured the entire state of Montana looking for a spot that offered guests diversity of multiple rivers within a single trip. After four years, they found the perfect oasis with the right combination of accessibility and seclusion. There are three unique lodge options that are located on the private riverfront guests can choose from including Trout Bluff, The River Front, and The Rhino Cove lodges. Beautiful rivers and distant mountains make up the backdrop every time you look out the window. The all-inclusive fishing packages range anywhere between three and seven days and include hot lunches, complimentary rods and reels, and much more. With the option to fish somewhere new every day of your stay, you’ll have a new adventure every time you cast.
25155 Huson Rd Missoula, Montana 59846
After a long day of fishing, head back to the lodge and have a meal prepared by chef Carrie Nowlen, who has been named one of the top 100 chefs in America. The multi-layered dining experience ranges from an American Bistro style to traditional Vietnamese.
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If you’re not familiar with the territory, Missoula River Lodge will be able to assist. They offer professional fly fishing guides that venture with you on the Bitterroot River, Blackfoot River, Clark Fork River, Rock Creek, and Missouri River.close