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Anglers Alibi Main Lodge

Big Update to Angler’s Alibi Fishing Camp

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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...
Trout opening week in Alaska

A Great (and Unique) Trout Fishing Experience

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The rainbow trout opener was another first for us at Angler’s Alibi in 2018.  We wanted to share what our lodge fishing guides and I have been experiencing for the past several summers with some guests on the now annual trout opener in Bristol Bay.  This trout opener is...
Guest Fishing in Alaska

Fishing Season Summary: 2018

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The 2018 fishing season was nothing short of amazing for us on the Alagnak River. A very late run of sockeye salmon and king salmon to Bristol Bay made for a slow start to the first week on the Alagnak but once it got going, just after the 4th of July, we quickly forgot about the...
World Class King Salmon Fishing

Introducing Angler’s Alibi King Camp on the world famous Nushagak River

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I am very proud to 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 is on the map for clearly one reason, and that is it’s...
sockeye salmon in alaska

Alaska Fishing Mid-Season Update; July 2018

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The sockeye season was another one for the record books here on the wild Alagnak River.  Although it started extremely late, I would say around the 5th of July was the first day we could really go after them with limits a non-issue.  This run usually starts on the 29th of June...
Salmon Fishing in 2018

2018 Trout Opener with Anglers Alibi

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Anglers Alibi has been known as a premier salmon fishing lodge on the Alagnak River in Alaska for the last 25 years. This river branches out from Bristol Bay, winding and weaving for 60 miles up river to its origin, Nonvianuk and Kukaklek Lake.  The lodge sits on top a bluff with...
Gloves for Fly Fishing

Packing for a Remote Fishing Trip to Alaska

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One thing you will notice on your way to Angler’s Alibi is that we are the true definition of a “remote Alaskan fishing camp”.  You see, the closest town is King Salmon, AK and we are about a 30-minute floatplane ride from the there – and that town is reached through a commercial...
Sockeye Salmon Stringer

How to Catch Sockeye Salmon

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Sockeye salmon are noted as being the best tasting salmon in all of Alaska.  They are the number one targeted species for commercial fisherman with their rate of $1.00 or more per pound every year.    But, this is not an article on how to catch sockeye salmon with a net. ...