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What is the price for the packages?


$2,295/week for two

This package includes access to the lodge amenities such as rain gear, hot tub, fishing rods & reels. Also includes 6 nights lodging, daily breakfast bar, daily boxed lunch and 4 lodge dinners. Double occupancy room.


$2,995/week per person (+$200 for Fly-in Excursion)

Includes 6 nights lodging, daily breakfast bar, daily box lunches and 4 lodge dinners with 4 fishing adventures and fish processing, packaging and freezing up to 50# in an airline approved fish box. Double occupancy room.

What is included in the cost?

6 nights in a private room  (2 people per room)

6 breakfast bars

Lodge amenities include:  Free parking, local wildlife viewing, gear & tackle room with limited rain gear/slickers in sizes S-XXL, rubber boots, hip waders in size 8-13, hot tub, bath towel, fishing rods & reels for trout and salmon. nets, campfire & speakers, riverfront sitting decks, library, concierge with on site Adventure Center for excursion bookings, fish cleaning table & freezer, BBQ, refrigeration for your own beverages, 24 hour hot coffee & tea bar, local jogging/walking areas from the lodge, knowledgeable staff for help planning the best week in Alaska to meet every budget and a local general store with ATM just a 10 minute drive from the lodge. 

How do we get to the Fishcamp?

The Fishcamp is on the Alaska Highway system and is easy to get to in an automobile from Anchorage. It is a beautiful 3.5 hour drive along scenic waterways, over a mountain pass and several charming stops through small towns to enjoy a refreshment and some photo opportunities.
By Automobile;

There are these two (2) choices that guests typically use to arrive to the Fishcamp for the week.

1. FROM ANCHORAGE AIRPORT: The most popular mode is to arrive into the Anchorage Airport (ANC) and pick up your rental vehicle on site at the airport.
You will be given a map or use your phone navigation system with our address plugged in: 16650 Brody Street, Ninilchik, Alaska 99639

We recommend guests allow time to stop off at the Portage Glacier on your way down to camp. It is located about 1-hour out of Anchorage and worth the short drive to the glacier and visitor center.

NOTE: When you see cars pulled off to the side of the road way along Turnagain Arm waterway, just 30-minutes out of Anchorage, keep your eyes peeled for Dahl Sheep and Goats along the crags and rock faces. There are plenty of stop offs and pull outs to stop for photos and stretch you legs looking at the sea and the busy tidal action.

When you arrive into Soldotna, you are one-hour from the camp. A Fred Meyers Store is on your left just as you enter Soldotna. We recommend you stop here and pick up any beverages and personal snacks you would enjoy for the week. If you wish to pick up your fishing license at Fred Meyer, get a one-week non-resident fishing license BUT do not get a King Stamp. (These will be picked up later if needed for your week.) License may also be purchased locally at the General Store by the lodge.

Once you arrive into Ninilchik, turn Left at the gas station on Oilwell Road. Drive 3.5 miles to Brody Road and turn Left. Drive 1/2 mile and the Lodge Sign is on the river. Cross the bridge and turn right into our driveway and come to the Lodge Deck, where we will be expecting you for your exciting week ahead.

2. FROM KENAI AIRPORT: Some guests wish to take another short 25-minute  flight from Anchorage down to Kenai (ENA) and rent the car there. There are most major Car Rental Agencies in the Kenai Airport as well. The Lodge is an one-hour drive from Kenai. Once you get off the plane and rent your car right at the Kenai Airport, you can stop at one of the several grocery stores nearby; Walmart, Safeway and other markets to pick up any beverages and snacks for the week. The drive to the Lodge is a scenic trip along some beautiful rivers, the Cook Inlet and other lakes & streams. There are ample pull outs and places to stop and enjoy the mountain views set along the ocean.

Once you arrive into Ninilchik, turn Left at the gas station on Oilwell Road. Drive 3.5 miles to Brody Road and turn Left. Drive 1/2 mile and the Lodge Sign is on the river. Cross the bridge and turn right into our driveway and come to the Lodge Deck, where we will be expecting you for your exciting week ahead.

If you choose the Kenai route, you may check your bags and fish box directly home on most major carriers and not have to handle it in Anchorage again.
RAVN Airlines at is the most common carrier between Anchorage and Kenai with the most scheduled daily flights.

How many people can you accommodate?

8 guests per week. 2 persons per room.

What are some available adventures for the week?

Glacier hikes
Glacier cruises
Horseback riding
Trout fishing in the rivers
Salmon fishing in the rivers
Ferry trips to Halibut Cove or Seldovia
Halibut fishing charters
Salmon fishing charters
Fly-ins for salmon & bear viewing
Clam digging
Dolley Varden fishing
Canoe trip

Do I need to bring fishing tackle and gear?

No. All gear and tackle is provided on every adventure. You can bring your own gear if you would like to use it, but there are poles and waders available at the Fishcamp. Guests enjoy fishing our local river using small trout tackle for Dolly Varden.

What are the best weeks in Alaska?

All of June, July & August are great times for fishing & touring Alaska.

What do non-fishermen do in Alaska?

Many guests at the Fishcamp do not fish. There is gorgeous scenery to photograph, quiet places to read, amazing hikes & port city tours to enjoy. The Fishcamp is not just for the diehard fisherman.

How do I book a trip?

Send us a message & inquire about availability CLICK HERE!

Do you have internet and cell service at the Fishcamp?

There is limited cellular coverage in Ninilchik and we have wifi available at the Fishcamp for emails.

How do I take my fish home?

The most efficient way to take home the fish you catch is through your airlines as an additional bag. 

You can also ship your catch right to your front door with local Fed-Ex services. 

We can help you pack your fish box with the deep frozen fish ready to ship home.

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