A Little About The Lodge And Your Stay
Hidden in the foothills of the breathtaking Alaskan Range, nestled on.
the banks of the beautiful Talachulitna River, is one of The Last
Frontier's premier fly-in sport fishing lodges. Beartracks Lodge, is
renowned as a destination for fisherman of all levels.
A View From The Lodge
Located less than an hour's bush
plane flight from Anchorage, our lodge caters to anglers looking to enjoy the
beauty and solitude of Alaska while enjoying the personal service that provides
the flexibility to create your vacation.
Built from hand hewn logs,
Beartracks offers first class amenities in a rustic atmosphere. Our cabins are
comfortable, the showers hot, and we prepare delicious family-style meals with
fresh baked breads and desserts. If you have diet restrictions or have a
craving, please let us know.
As our guest, you'll experience the
finest fishing of your life. We accommodate private groups up to four fishermen.
This way, our guides take out two or three anglers and concentrate on giving you
You'll Be Dining In
Our Rustic Lodge
Each morning, with your guide,
you'll glide safely up the river in a flat-bottom jet boat. Within 15 miles,
you'll come upon prime waters and proven holes. Our guides are experienced and
generous with their knowledge, so you'll get plenty of help and hook-ups.
During your stay, receive lessons or
feel free to tie your own fly or create a spinner at our fully stocked bench.
Nothing beats catching a fish on a pattern that you have hand made.
The native fish in this river
include five species of Pacific Salmon, catch and release Rainbow Trout and dry
fly hungry Arctic Grayling. Expect to catch a variety. We will clean, package
and freeze the fish you bring home.
The Talachulitna is a sport fishing
river, whereby the State of Alaska requires the use of a single hook and
artificial bait for all fish, and the release of all Rainbow Trout. The result:
big beautiful Rainbows and more of them!
All five species of Pacific Salmon
may be kept in accordance with the Fish and Game Laws of the State of Alaska.
A Guest Cabin