After wrapping up the 20th season at Alaska’s Sportsman’s Lodge, Brian Kraft reflects on the lodge’s beginnings and the many people that made ASL what it is today.
Katmai National Park plays host to one of the largest concentrations of brown bears on planet Earth. All the footage in this short was filmed in one day on Katmai’s Morraine Creek. Bear viewing is certainly part of the Alaska experience alongside our diverse fishing program. Contact us and learn more about what we do at Alaska Sportsman’s Lodge.
The 2017 sockeye salmon run in Bristol Bay is one for the record books. Alaska Department of Fish and Game is reporting a total run of almost 59 million fish. That number puts 2017 in the top five since managers began keeping track in 1952. With that, literally millions of sockeye salmon swam by our lodge here on the Kvichak… Read More
Take a a visual tour of our lodge and cabin accommodations located on the Kvichak River in Bristol Bay, Alaska. We offer incredible sport fishing as well unmatched comfort in our Alaska wilderness setting.
The Iliamna Lake Monster (commonly referred to as Illie) is a legend well known to the villages surrounding Lake Iliamna (Alaska’s largest lake). The tales describe a very large fish that roves the waters of Lake Iliamna. The supposed monster is said to be anywhere between 10 and 30 feet. There is currently no hard evidence proving the existence of… Read More