Alaska's Anvik River Lodge

When to visit the Anvik River Lodge

Our fishing season starts the last week of June and ends mid September. The fishing on the Anvik River is great all season but use this guide to plan your trip depending upon what species you would like target.

One of the most desireable things about fishing the Anvik, besides that fact that there’s not at all crowded, is the variety of fishing that can be enjoyed on this beautiful drainage. You can choose to drift fish from the boat, fish from the gravel shores of the Anvik or wade fish. Each day you fish with a different guide and different area of the river and its tributaries. Our accomplished guides each have their own techniques to help you catch more fish than you can imagine. We practice catch & release of the resident pike, char & grayling with the exception of shore lunches if you choose. We currently practice catch & release for sockeyes as well. Guests are allowed to keep male chum, king & silver salmon only and house limits are currently 1 king per person per day & 2 chum and silvers per person per day. All limits are subject to change per the State of Alaska regulations.  

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Type of Fish
Available
Season begins last week of June and ends mid September
NORTHERN PIKE
All Season - Best late June thru mid to late Aug.
ARCTIC CHAR
All Season
ARCTIC GRAYLING
All Season
WHITE FISH
All Season
SUMMER CHUM SALMON
Mid June to late July
FALL CHUM SALMON
Late July to mid Sept.
KING (CHINOOK) SALMON
July to mid Aug.
SILVER (COHO) SALMON
Mid Aug. to late Sept.
RED (SOCKEYE) SALMON
Late July to late Aug.