King Salmon Outfitters

    Overview

    Location:

    Bristol Bay, AK, USA

    Access:

    Fly-in

    All-inclusive?     

    Saltwater/freshwater:

    Freshwater

    Fly fishing?

    Unguided option?     

    Travel destination:     

    DillinghamDillingham-Airport-DLG

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    King Salmon Outfitters is one of the original sport tent camps on the Nushagak River catching Kings for over 30 years!

    We operate a small camp with 12-16 fishermen per week with three 20 foot heavy duty sleds and one 18 foot Smokercraft. We aim for no more than 4 fishermen per boat, and with our small camp size we can be flexible to individual needs. We provide outstanding home-style meals prepared with love by the official Minnesota "Supreme Ruler of the Kitchen."

    The standard trip starts with a flight from your home to Dillingham, Alaska. You arrive the night before your fishing trip and stay at a Dillingham Bed and Breakfast of your choice. The morning of your trip we will have arrangements made for your float plane to pick you up and bring you to camp. Once in camp we get your essentials organized. These are personal clothes, toiletries, rain gear, sleeping bag, pillowcase, cooler for your fish, and a camera of course to record your memories. You can bring fishing gear, but we provide top of the line gear so you don't need to.

    Now that you're situated, after a safety speech and orientation, we fish. The rest of the week we fish, eat, rest and fish. Your airfare to and from Dillingham, fishing license, and lodging in Dillingham are your only additional charges. The airlines will charge you on average $50 for each cooler or fish box you fly home. There is no additional charge for the float plane, boat fuel, filleting, vacuum packing and freezing your fish in camp. I do provide a more detailed packing list and will assist as needed with any travel arrangements and other questions you have for your trip. References are available for your peace of mind.

    • Virtually unlimited bank fishing, on one of the best beaches on the river
    • You can fish 20 hours a day if you are up for it!
    • A true remote Alaska experience

    What Do We Fish For?

    June 15 to July 10
    • Arctic Grayling
    • Northern Pike
    • Chinook (King) Salmon
    • Chum (Dog) Salmon
    • Sockeye (Red) Salmon

    Price

    ALL PRICES PER PERSON (US$)
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    5 nights / 6 days fishing | 1-3 people
    $2,695.00
    5 nights / 6 days fishing | 4+ people
    $2,495.00

    Unless otherwise stated, prices do not include taxes, gratuities, or fishing license/stamp.


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    Per-day-fishing VACATION PACKAGES from:

    US$415.83pp

    What's included?

    How many hours of guided fishing?

    10 hours/day

    Return transportation to/from Dillingham      

    Equipment / gear / tackle / bait:

    Fish processing:     

    All meals / snacks / non-alcoholic drinks:

    Alcohol:

    Alcohol:

    Other:

    Cleaning, vacuum packing and freezing of fish.

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    Accommodations

    Description

    We have comfortable, dry accommodations using the finest wall tents made in America by Qwik Kamp. Camp includes deluxe cots with memory foam mattresses, hot shower, 24 hour electricity for freezing your catch, CPAP, and other electronics as needed. We provide top of the line fishing gear featuring Loomis Rods and Ambassadeur reels, and we were the first camp with a flush toilet!

    Corporate buyout:     

      WiFi available:

    Max. capacity:

    16

    Average travel time to fishing grounds:

    The camp is right at the river's edge.

    Other Activities Available

    Amenities

    • Top of the line roomy tents, cots and memory foam mattresses
    • 24 hour power to accommodate Freezers, charging electronics, CPAP etc.
    • Hot showers
    • Flush toilet

    Boats

    Description

    20 foot heavy duty welded aluminium Sleds with 4 stroke Yamaha outboards

    Bathroom:

    n/a

    Heated cabin:

    n/a

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    Balance due: April 15th


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