Expectations about amenities are imperative, and it is important for you to know this rustic camp offers only the wilderness essentials. You will not find the comforts of our coastal Alaska Wilderness SAFARI camp or a typical Alaska fly fishing lodge.
The adventure-minded fishermen will easily find our spike camp like facilities more than sufficient for this week long guided Alaska fly fishing adventure!
(If you’re looking for a hot towel at the end of the day experience, this is definitely not the right trip for you. But please check out our SAFARI camp for a more comfortable fishing adventure.)
- Only 4 guests max. per week
- Spike camp like facilities reminiscent of a guided Alaska float trip
- New in 2017, double-occupancy 10’ x 10’ expedition-class dome style tents
- Cot keeps you off the ground
- Tents tall enough to stand up
- Warm sleeping bag, flannel sheet liner, pillow
- Dining tent where meals are served
- Screen shelter for relief when bugs are out
- Solar shower
- Wide-open rolling hills with dramatic distant mountain backdrop
- Occasional Alaska wildlife viewing, but not the daily norm like our coastal Alaska Wilderness SAFARI camp
- Small groups mean flexible daily schedule
- Hearty breakfast and dinner
- Brown bag lunch on the water
- Limited complimentary drinks
Just north of Becharof Lake and adjacent to Katmai National Park, our Alaska Wilderness OUTPOST camp is approximately a 30 minute charter flight southeast of King Salmon, Alaska on the Bristol Bay side of the Alaska Peninsula. We are surrounded by the 1.2 million acre Becharof National Wildlife Refuge and limited/challenging access to the area allows us to operate here with little competition from other Bristol Bay fly-out lodges. Sightings of other fishermen are possible, but rare.
If you want absolute isolation for your Alaska fishing adventure check out our coastal Alaska Wilderness SAFARI camp, where we won’t fish with other fishermen from another lodge our entire season. Literally.
The OUTPOST camp sits adjacent to a larger glacially stained river and “Outpost creek” is a 10 or 15 minute hike across the tundra.
The OUTPOST camp is primarily a fishing adventure. However, there is stunning mountain scenery to photograph and one really cool half day hike. Plus, you can count on occasional wildlife sightings consisting mostly of Alaska brown bears, but we have also seen moose, caribou, wolves, red fox and several different bird species.