Dry fly fishing in Alaska for any of our native fish begins with a morning departure from Anchorage’s municipal airport, Merrill Field, and an incredibly scenic twin engine flight through both Lake Clark and Katmai National Parks, along the Bering coast and Alaska Peninsula Wildlife Refuge before arriving at Wildman Lake Lodge. Landing on our own private runway, the comfortable twin engine aircraft will deliver you right to your cabin door, no transfers! You will arrive just in time for a delicious lunch and your first afternoon of guided fishing on our home river.
Our river front lodge is located near Wildman Lake at the headwaters of Alaska’s only true artesian Dry fly fishing river, where we enjoy crystal-clear water every day, regardless of the weather. At Wildman Lake Lodge, high or muddy water and crowded fishing conditions simply do not exist because we are the only lodge on this gin-clear spring-fed river and one of very few lodges on the entire Alaska Peninsula. In fact, it would be highly unusual to see anyone on our vast river system, all week, that you didn’t see at the breakfast table!