The Kulik River is the epitome of a rainbow trout stream. Its gin clear water, gravel bottom and plentiful food supply provide an ideal habitat for the large population of native rainbow trout. Including fly outs in your stay will provide the means to fish other hot spots within a 100-mile radius of the lodge and allow you to take advantage of the variety of species of fish available in southwest Alaska: rainbow trout, arctic char, grayling, lake trout, pike and five species of Pacific salmon. Because of its prime location, guests also have the option of fishing after dinner right in front of the lodge if you feel the need to fish until you drop!
Kulik has riverboats cached at various productive rivers and streams; you may take a one day float trip or hike in from your landing area to a hidden stream. The opportunity to view the breathtaking scenery of southwest Alaska is always a bonus. The Aleutian Range includes numerous active volcanoes, glaciers and the multicolored tundra. Alaska’s native fish grow and mature slowly due to the short growing season and cold-water temperatures. Kulik guests are asked to immediately release all of the fresh water species. Since millions of salmon are commercially harvested in the area, a limited catch of these species may be taken home if you book a guided fishing fly out.
Additionally, the wildlife and scenery of Katmai are spectacular. Along with many species of sport fish, you will see a wide variety of water fowl and other bird life. Alaskan brown bears, bald eagles and parka squirrels are Kulik regulars. Caribou, moose, Canadian lynx, beaver, and mink are occasionally sighted. Forests of spruce, birch, cottonwood, aspen and willow are interspersed with large areas of colorful tundra. The area is mountainous with hundreds of lakes and rivers.
BOATS AND EQUIPMENT
The boats used at the Kulik Lodge are John boats, powered by 2 stroke 25 – 35 horse power engines.
Guests fly into Anchorage International Airport, once arrived you will transfer to your domestic flight and board Katmai Air Navajo Chieftain and be taken to Kulik. Upon arrival at Kulik, a car and driver will be waiting to take you to the main lodge to receive your Alaska fishing license and brief orientation.
Slipstream is a full-service travel company that can handle a variety of services relating to your trip. For assistance, please contact us directly at 1 866 644-7703.
RATES FOR 2023
June 10 to October 3, 2023
– Transfer days are Tuesdays and Saturdays
$5,995.00 DBL- 3 days, 3 nights, per person – (Sat – Tues)
$6,995.00 DBL- 4 days, 4 nights, per person – (Tues – Sat)
$8,995.00 DBL- 7 days, 7 nights, per person – (Sat or Tues)
Guided Fly Out Sportfishing, per day, per person (two person min.): $1000 USD Total
Fly outs booked prior to trip are non-refundable.
Please contact our office for single angler supplement pricing
- ANC - Alaska
- June to September
- Rainbow trout, arctic char, grayling…
- 28 guests per week guests
- Wifi: Yes
- Language: English
- Physicality: Low
- CC Payment at Facility : Yes
SEASON OF OPERATION
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE LOGISTICS
INCLUDED IN PRICE
- Round trip air transportation between Anchorage and Kulik
- Accommodations at the Kulik Lodge
- All meals
- Guided fishing
- Fishing License
- Rods and Waders if required
- Complimentary cocktails
NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE
- Gratuities to staff and guides
- Fishing gear
- Round trip international airfare to Anchorage, Alaska
TRAVEL DOCUMENTS REQUIRED
- Canadian, British, EU and Australian citizens only need a valid passport for entry to the United States. No visa is required.
- You will need an Alaskan Fishing License for the duration of your stay. This is covered under your trip cost and received upon your arrival to the lodge