If it’s been a while since you visited Angler’s Alibi in Alaska, or are considering a first visit, then some updates we made last spring (2018) may be of interest.
If you aren’t familiar with us, Angler’s Alibi is a premier tent cabin lodge on the Alagnak River and the somewhat unexpected update was to our main dining tent. We had to make some decisions about a rotting floor and a very tired canvas top so we decided the smart decision was to build a new main lodge, including dining, instead of repairing the old one. Russ was the main carpenter on the project and together with the rest of our crew, we managed to get a brand new dining room with a small bar, stand alone fireplace, and plenty of seating for both dining and relaxing.
I am very proud that Angler's Alibi will now offer our new King Camp on the world famous Nushagak River this coming summer. This river is located only a short 20 minute flight from our main location on the Alagnak River.
The Nushagak River of Alaska is on the map for clearly one reason, and that is it’s incredible king salmon runs. The king salmon runs on this river are measured by a sonar system by the Alaska Fish and Game. This sonar count exceeds 100,000 king salmon almost annually! This river has several other rivers and lakes upstream that it supports and is toted as having one of the largest combined salmon runs in the World. Some of the main tributaries of the Nushagak River are the Mulchatna, Nuyakuk, and King Salmon Rivers. This drainage is estimated to be over 280 miles long and supports many villages and sport fish lodges along its path.
Angler’s Alibi is happy to announce that we are 100% booked for the 2012 season! I hope that those anglers that are interested in coming to Angler’s will try to book early this fall for the 2013 season.
We strive to keep Angler’s Alibi, in the Bristol Bay area, a very unique Alaska fly fishing lodge. Our staff is dedicated to the guests at every stage of the day, from the morning wake up call with special ordered coffee or tea, to the way they would prefer their fish filleted and vacuum packed for their trip home.
The primary contributor, John Perry, is the owner and manager of the lodge. He'll offer fishing summaries and tips too...check back or sign up for the email news to get updates when posted.