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Alaska Self Guided Fishing


SEASONS ON THE FLY LODGE is a do-it yourself lodge.

All you need is a rod, food and your sense of adventure!


This is your best chance to fish Alaska's greatest region for salmon and trout on a budget. However, if you do want a guided fishing experience, that is available as well. We’ll customize any fishing trip to meet your needs.  We offer a remote Alaska fly in fishing experience for anglers looking to catch quality fish in Alaska’s rugged wilderness.  We welcome anyone that’s looking access our World-Class fishery for a highly memorable fishing vacation whether you’re fishing with a conventional rod or looking for an Alaska fly fishing trip.  The Kvichak River is a World Class sockeye salmon river and home to some of the largest rainbow trout in the state of Alaska. But don't forget to ask about the Pike, Lake Trout and the Arctic Grayling!



pronounced  KWEE-JACK RIVER



“This lodge is the perfect experience! Fish when you want, eat when you want. You're not on anybody else's schedule.   Rick (camp host) does a great job pointing you in the direction to go and shows you where the fish are! ” - John T.

“I can't afford $10,000 a week to fish that area of Alaska, SOF Lodge has created the perfect affordable niche for anglers like me so I can fish that amazing area.” - Simon K.

Alaska Fly in Fishing Lodge >>


Our Alaska fly in fishing lodge is conveniently located on an island in the middle of the Kvichak River.  The lodge comfortably sleeps 8 guests and there’s 2 beds in each room with plenty of space for personal gear.  The kitchen is fully equipped with an oven and there is also a BBQ grill outside.  Dishes and utensils are provided along with everything you’ll need to prepare a meal.  This is a true Self Guided Alaska fishing lodge experience where True Adventure Awaits!  You’ll be the boss of your own fishing schedule and are welcome to fish from sunup to sundown.  You can come and go as you please and will have access to an enormous watershed in the middle of Alaska's wilderness on your own.

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