Remote Fly Fishing Camp - Excellent Value
Aleutian Adventures’ remote Alaskan fly fishing camps, on the Sapsuk, provides anglers with exclusive access to some of the most remote, pristine and virtually untouched waterways in the gateway to Bristol Bay.
Sapsuk (Hoodoo) River Fishing
Swing flies to wild salmon at Aleutian Rivers Angling remote salmon camp in the Alaska Peninsula. The
Sapsuk, which is also known as the Hoodoo River, is ideal for fly fishing and is easily waded. The camp has
exclusive access to multiple rivers, and caters to only six anglers per week.
Fish for chrome-bright kings, silvers fresh in from the Bering Sea. They also have plenty of chums, sockeyes, pinks, rainbows, and dollies.
Guy Schoenborn visited this intimate camp in September of 2014. He was very impressed. Newer 16’-17’ boats with 60/40 Yamaha motors are used. Three anglers per boat and guide. Anglers mostly wade fish.
Sapsuk River Season
"Put this one on the bucket list." - Brian Okeefe.
King Season: June and July - These chrome-bright kings come straight out of the Bering Sea and onto the end of your line. Anglers can expect to catch between two and eight kings per day. Catch-and-release king fishery. July and August are Grand Slam Season. The Sapsuk River is one of the best places in the world to catch all five species of Pacific salmon on the fly.
Silver Salmon Season: August and September - The Sapsuk River is regarded as one of the very best silver streams on the Alaskan Peninsula.
Guy Schoenborn's Recap:
"What a fishery and at a great price. The manager picked me up at the airstrip at Nelson Lagoon and told me the river
was the highest he had seen it in his lifetime. I thought we were going to have problems finding fish, but that
was not the case. I fished about three hours and landed at least 25 silvers on pink bunny leeches. The fish were
fresh out of the salt with many of them covered in sea lice. These are nice-sized silvers; most were 10-13 pounds. I
couldn’t imagine how good it would have been under normal conditions. I only had the one day to see their operation, so
I made the most of my short stay."
- Guy Schoenborn
Arrive in Anchorage the day before you depart for camp. You’ll stay overnight in Anchorage, and the following morning, you’ll take a two and a half hour direct charter flight (the flight is not included in package) from Anchorage International Airport to Nelson Lagoon Airport. Once in Nelson Lagoon, you’ll be met by Merle. He’ll escort you by boat to the camp, about a 50-minute boat ride. Note: The overnight stay in Anchorage before departing to Nelson Lagoon is required and is not included in the package. Hotel recommendations are provided in our confirmation packet.
About Sapsuk River Camp
“This is one of the nicest camps I’ve seen.” – Guy Schoenborn
The accommodations at this riverside camp are insulated, heated, solid platform constructed WeatherPort tent-style structures with comfortable beds with linens, down comforters, blankets, and pillows. Two to three anglers per room. There is a separate storage tent for drying waders. There’s a bathhouse-style shower facility with on-demand hot and cold running water. Outhouses are just a few steps away. The camp is very well designed, comfortable, warm, dry and well maintained, and hosts up to six anglers per week.
Cathy, the camp chef, prepares three hearty, homemade meals a day during your stay. Breakfast is usually between 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. Lunches usually consist of sandwiches and soups and can be served either shore side or back at camp. At the end of each day, anglers enjoy drinks, appetizers, and a delicious dinner. Family-style dinners include main courses such as crab, salmon, chicken or a variety of steaks.
7-nights and 6-days guided fishing
prices are per person
3-anglers per boat and room
June – July
July – August
August – October
September thru mid-October
Steelhead fishing is two anglers per guide and a max of four anglers per week.
Charter flight: Fishing packages do not include the roundtrip charter flight from Anchorage to Nelson Lagoon.
The price is $1,500.00 per person.
Rates are per person, double occupancy, unless listed otherwise.
Lodging at camp, meals, non-alcoholic beverages, guided fishing, roundtrip boat transfer from Nelson Lagoon/camp, use of fly rods and reels, and fish care.
Packages do not include:
Roundtrip airfare from home to Anchorage, first night’s hotel stay in Anchorage, roundtrip charter flight from Anchorage to Nelson ($1,500.00 p.p.), gratuities, alcohol, fishing license, king salmon stamp, and anything not mentioned under inclusions.