“Finally, an Alaska Fishing Lodge on a river that never gets high or muddy. I only saw the people I had breakfast with, all week!”
If you are planning to travel all the way to Alaska, why not go just a little further and get away from the crowd? In today’s world, you must seek true wilderness and you will not find it just out of the city, or over the next hill. This is your chance to visit the real Alaska as it was when our parents and grandparents first came to the Territory of Alaska.
Visit Wildman Lake Lodge, where Alaska sport fishing is STILL a wilderness experience! Wildman Lake Lodge is a remote wilderness Alaska fishing lodge providing all inclusive fishing vacations on the pristine Alaska Peninsula. We fish clear-water wilderness streams and rivers for Salmon, Trout and Arctic Char. Wildman Lake Lodge is Alaska’s premiere wilderness sport fishing lodge.
Before choosing an Alaska fishing lodge, SIMPLY ASK: “How close is your nearest neighbor?” That will tell the story, Wilderness or Not!
Crystal Clear Water Everyday Guaranteed!
We are not located in a village or on a river with ANY other lodges. Wildman Lake Lodge is truly a remote wilderness lodge where you won’t see anyone that you didn’t see at breakfast. AND… You won’t find better fly fishing water than we have right here on our home river, a beautiful spring-fed artesian river gushing right out of the ground, where high and muddy water or crowded fishing conditions simply do not exist! To add even more variety to your sport fishing week, we include fly out fishing days to neighboring rivers in many of our sport fishing packages.
Owned and Operated by Lifetime Alaskans:
Your hosts and life-time Alaskans, Butch & Kathy King, provide top-notch accommodations and outstanding meals in one of the most remote locations for world-class stream fishing in all of Alaska, perhaps in the world. Butch is an experienced Alaskan Bush Pilot and Alaska Master Guide with 46 years experience providing fully guided and outfitted experiences for sportsmen, right here on the remote Alaska Peninsula. Selecting this one of a kind location more than 20 years ago, you will find Butch & Kathy at Wildman spring, summer and fall.
“We enjoy showing our guests a very special part of Alaska that remains untouched wilderness, where the fish & wildlife are as prolific as they were when we first came to this frontier.”
The Only Lodge on Alaska’s Ultimate Sport Fishing River:
Imagine, a single wilderness lodge on a gin-clear river, full of salmon, rainbow trout and Arctic char, bubbling right out of the ground and flowing past the back door! Each day, you are accompanied by experienced and licensed guides, alternating between a day of incredible salmon, trout and char fishing on Ocean River and its tributaries via jet boat and all day fly-out fishing excursions to one of several neighboring rivers, targeting the abundant salmon runs on the remote Alaska Peninsula.
Fishing at Wildman Lake Lodge is like a trip back in time, when Alaska sport fishing was a true wilderness experience. This is a rarity in Alaska today! Even on our fly out fishing days, it is rare to encounter other fishermen. Wildman Lake Lodge is located on the Alaska Peninsula…also known as Alaska’s Last Great Fishing Frontier.
Riverside Lodge and Comfortable Guest Cabins:
Nestled below the glacier shrouded, Mt. Veniaminof on the remote Alaska Peninsula, our comfortable facility is designed to accommodate just 16 guests, many of which return to Wildman year after year for their annual Alaska fishing adventure. Individual fishermen, fishing couples, families and corporate groups are all welcome at Wildman Lake Lodge. All buildings have 24 hour electricity and safe hot water heat. Our remote location is way out of cell phone range, which most guests greatly appreciate. But, you can now check your email on the Wildman Lodge Wi-Fi computer, located in our Internet Corner Café. If you need to connect to the internet with your own device, you may request Satellite Access or make Satellite phone calls in necessary.
Guests are accommodated in duplex style guest cabins, each with its own bathroom and piping hot shower. Guests may choose from family cabins, twin guest rooms or king bedrooms with private bath for couples. You will find every rooms very clean and comfortable with attention to detail. We have a fully-stocked fly tying table set up in the lodge if you would like to “Match the Hatch” or try your hand at tying a few Alaska patterns. Wildman also has an excellent selection of popular flies and lures in “Kate’s Bait, Tackle & Fly Shop.”
The Trapper’s Den, our comfortable living room overlooks Ocean River, where you can enjoy watching the trout rise, the salmon wake and majestic bald eagles making low passes over the rafts of unique Alaska waterfowl. Brown Bears are often spotted from the Trapper’s Den as they slink by at the edge of the brush line across the river. By the light of the Midnight Sun, you can watch fishermen, both two and four legged, as they work the clear artesian waters for salmon, trout and char. The Trapper’s Den is a great place to relax and tell your fish tales at the end of yet another great fishing day.
Wildman’s professional kitchen staff will prepare a wonderful variety of scrumptious culinary delights during your sport fishing week. Our menu includes American favorites and international fare, and of course, “the catch of the day.” We will put your will power to the test with decadent desserts, cookies, cakes, breads and pastries baked daily in the Wildman kitchen.
Our spacious dining room seats up to sixteen guests and our guide staff at meal time. The hand crafted Sitka Spruce dining room tables are set with elegant Bavarian china, personally designed for Wildman Lake Lodge by Christian Seltmann, from Seltmann-Weiden of Bavaria, Europe’s leading fine porcelain manufacture.
We are proud to include your round trip flight from Anchorage in our all inclusive sport fishing packages. This scenic flight departs Anchorage’s Merrill Field, taking you through Lake Clark and Katmai National Parks, along the Bering Sea Coast and the Alaska Peninsula Wildlife Refuge, landing at Wildman Lake Lodge. Imagine, 500 miles, with out crossing a fence, powerline or road. Just mountains, glaciers wilderness and wildlife all the way.
This flight alone is worth the price of admission!