Anglers from across the globe visit All Alaska Outdoor Lodge annually for some of the best fly fishing in Alaska. However, nearly every guest is enticed to join a bear-viewing adventure to Crescent Lake, Wolverine Creek, and several other previously-undisclosed bear dens. We pride ourselves in offering so much more than salmon fishing in Alaska. The Last Frontier is such a breathtaking wilderness filled with majestic wild animals, gorgeous mountain ranges, and lush forestry – we would be fools not to offer full and half-day adventure excursions here at All Alaska Outdoor Lodge.
If you’re eagerly looking for a memorable all-inclusive fishing excursion, there is no better wilderness on Earth than The Last Frontier. Look no further than the All Alaska Outdoors Lodge, one of the very best Alaska fly fishing lodges, on beautiful Longmere Lake. You won’t have to look far for one-of-a-kind fly fishing opportunities here in Soldotna, Alaska, because the wonders of the far north will always be at your fingertips during your stay.
One of our guests’ favorite sites to visit while enjoying our premier Alaskan fishing excursion is the legendary Dick Proenneke Cabin located on the shores of Twin Lakes. This historic structure holds an impressive story and a fascinating past. Over the years, numerous books and films – including this one created by lodge guest Bill Robbins – have documented Dick Proenneke’s journey into Alaska and the life he lived at his now-famous cabin. Schedule the Ultimate Expedition Fly-In trip with All Alaska Outdoors Lodge and tour through the storied site only accessible by float plane.
A trip to All Alaska Outdoors Lodge allows you the amazing opportunity to experience just what the name claims: all Alaska outdoors! This premier lodge is not only one of the best Alaska fishing lodges but is also a prime hunting locale and wildlife viewing destination. Located on the shore of Longmere Lake on the breathtaking Kenai Peninsula, All Alaska Outdoors Lodge provides guests with incredible access to the regions best bodies of water.