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Enjoy Skwentna Alaska, United States by boat! Charter a 24' Jon Boat for up to 4 people. Rates as low as $550 per person. Rates: • Guided Fly-in Day Fishing Rate (8 hours): $550 per person What You Can Expect: Lake Creek and the dozen or so surrounding streams abound with Alaska fly fishing opportunities. June brings Alaska King Salmon followed by early July and chum salmon, pink salmon. Last but never least, Alaska silver salmon (coho) in late July and August, anglers will find plenty of fly rod action. Our best rainbow trout fishing begins in early August when several species of salmon are spawning in Lake Creek. We provide only the best fishing gear with top of the line G-Loomis customized rods and reels. Since 1985 we have offered our clients first class service, excellent Alaska Salmon fishing and a friendly, knowledgeable staff. Fly & spin anglers will sample fishing only Alaska can provide. Our Resort is situated on Fish Lakes Creek, in the heart of south central Alaska’s best angling destination. What To Expect Onboard: Rate Pricing Includes: • 8 hours of guided fishing per day • Rod, reel, tackle, hip boots (sizes 7-13) • Meals, lodging • Fish cleaning, freezing, Ziploc Bag packaging of fish (vacuum packing available for $2 per bag). • Air transportation to and from Anchorage. We can recommend Anchorage based fish processing companies for smoking and/or shipment of your catch. If you do not want your fish smoked, it is cheaper to take it with you on the airlines. Rate pricing Does Not Include: Fishing license and King Salmon Tags, alcoholic beverages, Vacuum packing (all available at the lodge), gratuities or extra expenses due to weather delays. (50% of Extra Day Rate for non-fishing, full Extra Day Rate for fishing).
The beginnings of the company for Eric and Shan and their four children began in 1983. Eric, a lifetime Alaskan, had been a General Contractor and part-time Alaskan hunting guide since his graduation from high school in 1969. Shan was born in Washington State and moved to Alaska in 1962 with her mother and step father. She has lived here ever since except for summer visits to her dads in Washington when she was younger. Eric and Shan met in 1970 and were married in 1973.We had our own plane, varying in size as the family grew, always venturing out into Alaska’s wilderness for fishing, hunting, and camping. We bought some land on a lake in the late 70’s and built a cabin. At first, we were the only cabin on the lake, but after a few years the surrounding land was open by the state for public purchase. By this time we had upgraded to a Cessna 180 in order to have room for our two kids, Brent and Tyson. We had always left our cabin unlocked in case someone was in need of shelter, but people began abusing that generosity including the local bear population. We sold the cabin in 1982 and began our search for another getaway location. The fabulous Northwoods Lodge started life as a tent in the wilderness. During Eric’s many years of flying and fishing the area where Northwoods Lodge was built, he had spotted this piece of land and fell in love with it. He contacted the State Land office and obtained the name of the owner in Oregon. Made contact with him and (it must of been meant to be) he had just put the land on the market with a local real estate company. We bought the scenic location and spent our summer weekends of 1983 in a white wall tent, clearing a place for the cabin.
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