Lake Creek Lodge is situated
directly at the delta of Lake Creek which flows into
the Yentna River, because of this location the Lodge
offers a beautiful view of the two most important
rivers in the area.
The Lodge as well as the Cabins were totally
reconditioned in 2004.
The Cabins offer accommodations
for 2, 3 or 4 people. There are three full meals
daily from our kitchen and snacks available
throughout the day. The lodge offers the only full
liquor bar in the area which is open day and night
... a great place to celebrate your freshly caught
Lake Creek, Yetna River, Salmon and Trout
Alaska is on e of the most
spacious geographical regions on earth and a magnificent
experience. Despite Alaska's diversity and rich natural
resources including huge timber forests, important oil
deposits and waters abounding with fish, Alaska was
basically unknown territory, hence the last frontier.
Alaska reveals the world to us like it must have appeared on the first day after
creation. Everything in Alaska is oversized and nothing in relation to human
measurement. The state stretches 2300 miles from south to north and 3800 miles
from east to west over 21 degrees of latitude and 43 degrees of longitude. If
one would like to survey this land at a rate of one square mile per day, you
would require nearly 4200 years to complete this task
Life north of the polar circle is a study of contrasts. While the temperature in
the winter can drop to minus 60 degrees Celsius, in the summer it can climb to
plus 35 degrees. At the polar sea coast between middle of May until August the
sun will never set, however, between November to January the sun will not rise.
For sports anglers around the world Alaska enjoys the reputation as the paradise
on earth. This is the place where fish can weigh even more than the angler. Its
no coincidence that fisherman from each corner of the world are inspired by
every river and delta that Alaska provides. Most Alaskans own boats in order to
fish on the rivers and deltas.
The two Lodges are equipped with a complete fleet of boats. Every guest has the
choice to fish at will or to have one of our experienced guides accompany them.
Any guest who likes to try their own luck, can take a boat and search for their
trophy fish in the most productive fishing grounds the Yentna River and its
tributaries have to offer. However, if anglers want to try back trolling or bank
fishing, then one of our experienced guides is necessary. The best area for
fishing is upriver at the banks of the Lake Creek. You will only get there with
the help of the jet-propelled boats and Guides. Our experienced guides will show
our guests the most productive areas and instruct the experienced or untrained
anglers alike. The guides possess all the tricks necessary to fish for salmon
and they also take pleasure in sharing their many years of experience with the
guests so that the anglers have the most chances to land a tremendous