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Alaska Fishing Lodge - Stoney River Lodge
Sleetmute, Alaska is a little town of 100 or so people and is near one of the great fishing locations in Alaska, that being Stoney River Lodge. This Alaska Fishing Lodge is perfectly located near some great fishing that boasts such catch as Grayling, Artic Char, Salmon, Sheefish, Rainbow and Lake Trout. It even has some tremendous Northern Pike for anglers to catch.
Stoney River Lodge is located 230 miles to the West of Anchorage, Alaska and access is strictly by bush aircraft. The flight is a short hour and forty-five minutes to this family owned and operated establishment. The closet neighbor to this Alaska Fishing Lodge is about twenty miles. The remoteness of Stoney River Lodge should give you an idea of the unspoiled fishing that awaits you.
The lodge has been around since 1972 and has a full service, professional guide available to help anglers bring home “the big one”. There are boats available and you have the option of bringing your own tackle or have them outfit you on arrival. If you enjoy fly-fishing, then take note that this area is an outstanding choice for your Alaska fishing vacation.
Log cabins that include daily housekeeping, full private baths, a spacious lounge deck with a wonderful lake view and a friendly staff make this stay enjoyable when you are not fishing. In fact, Stoney River Lodge offers Bed and Breakfast accommodations for those who wish to enjoy more of what Alaska has to offer.
Make sure you schedule time for some sightseeing, by utilizing the “flight-seeing” tours. Bear can often be seen and of course other tremendous sights of nature. You may even spot moose, caribou, or sheep. This combined with the Bed and Breakfast accommodations makes Stoney River Lodge a great retreat for the fisherman/woman and their non-fishing spouse.
If you would like to add this Alaska Fishing Lodge to your next fishing adventure, keep in mind the proper fishing times. Even numbered years for mid-June through the end of June will be for Pink Salmon. June trough July are the months for Lake Trout and Sheefish. If you are into Northern Pike, then June through September are the months to visit. Mid-June through mid-September will find Artic Grayling, Artic Char. Alaska’s King Salmon will be found the first through the middle of July, with Tiger Salmon in July and August. Sockeye Salmon will be around the middle of July, followed by Rainbow Trout the later part of July through the middle of September. The season wraps up with Silver Salmon mid-August.
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