Alaska's Premier Remote
Fishing and Hunting Lodge - For a Real Wilderness Adventure
Lodge is one of Alaska's classic remote fishing lodges located
approximately 250 air miles due West of Anchorage and accessible
only by float plane or by boat from the village of Sleetmute - 40
miles down river. This privately owned property with cabins is
one of a very few on the entire river system. This diminutive,
but exclusive lodge, consisting of only a main cabin and a smaller
homesteaders cabin, caters to small groups or parties with an
emphasis on designing a unique experience for each client.
Situated on an unnamed lake immediately adjacent to the famous Holitna
River, the lodge is located in a remote area of Alaska known for
awesome sport fishing and big game hunting.
The lodge offers
superb fishing for all five (5) species of salmon, arctic char,
northern pike, dolly varden, grayling and the exotic arctic sheefish
which looks and fights like a tarpon. In fact, sheefish are
known as the Tarpon of the North and prized even by Alaskans who
rarely get to fish the few rivers that they claim as their habitat.
We only take a
maximum of 6 guests at a time at the lodge. Accordingly, we
can provide gourmet meals and attend to the individual needs of each
guest. While the lodge is remote, the hospitality is world
class. We are proud to offer some of the best guided fishing
with experienced, dedicated guides. At Holitna River Lodge,
your adventure here will become an experience of a lifetime.
For those looking for more comfort and modern luxuries like
satellite television and radio, soft beds, plush carpeting, hot
showers, leather recliners, sofas, and a huge porch, we are proud to
offer a new location. We can now accommodate you 40 miles down
river in the small native village (less than 60, small) of Sleetmute,
at the confluence of the Holitna and Kuskokwim rivers.
At the Hill's B & B, we offer the same great fishing on the lower
Holitna, but also fish the Kuskokwim and can wade into the
knee-high, crystal-clear waters of creeks like Grayling Creek.
Check the accommodations page for photos. You have to see it
to believe it. All this is located in one of the most remote
destinations in Alaska, on the river that Alaska Fishing; The
Ultimate Angler's Guide, calls "the next big thing."