Bristol Bay Lodge

On Lake Aleknagik

bbl-2014-web2 Founded in 1972 on a wooded rise, and surrounded by mountains, Bristol Bay Lodge overlooks the north end of Lake Aleknagik. It is ideally located in the pristine wilderness of America’s largest state park, Alaska’s Wood-Tikchik Park.

The lodge’s proximity to watersheds in both Wood-Tikchik State Park and the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge provides our guests with extraordinary fresh water angling opportunities, rarely equaled anywhere in the world.

Bristol Bay Lodge has been ranked the fourth best fishing lodge in the world by Forbe’s magazine… and the best, number one, of all Alaskan lodges.

Fishermen at Bristol Bay Lodge enjoy a well-appointed facility that offers comfortable elegance and camaraderie in a wilderness setting with a breathtaking view.  The main lodge features a professionally equipped kitchen, dining room, and great-room with a fireplace, bar, library, and a large, well-furnished fly tying bench with everything needed to tie flies suited to the surrounding rivers and lakes. There is also a fully equipped fly and tackle shop where, should the need arise any angler can be completely outfitted.

In warm weather the lodge’s decks are a favorite gathering place for appetizers, cocktails and our weekly barbecues. Relax in our hot tub or sauna after a long day of fishing, and keep your waders and rain jackets cozy and dry in our warming house.

In addition to the eight spacious bedrooms in the main lodge, there are four comfortable and private cabins set around the grounds. These cedar cabins are often used for small groups or families. Each has its own character and offers a scenic view of Lake Aleknagik.