Historic Bristol Bay Lodge was founded in 1972, and for 45 seasons has provided generations of sportsmen and their families with legendary fishing and the classic Alaskan fly-out experience. Located in Alaska’s pristine Wood-Tikchik State Park, and just minutes by floatplane from the rugged Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, Bristol Bay Lodge is surrounded by unspoiled wilderness.
A thoughtful and well-designed fishing program incorporates the world-famous Agulowak River, just a short boat ride from the lodge, with daily fly-outs and two separate overnight camps located on remote and private water. The unique combination of an exceptional location and nearly five decades of experience provides anglers with unparalleled opportunities to catch rainbow trout, arctic grayling, dolly varden, arctic char, northern pike, and all five species of Pacific salmon.
Owner and General Manager Steve Laurent has 27 years of experience guiding and flying at Bristol Bay Lodge. Steve and his seasoned crew can show you the finest fishing, accommodations, and service that any Alaskan lodge has to offer.