Bristol Bay Lodge

Address: US Survey 4706, Dillingham, Alaska, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on US Survey 4706, Dillingham, is near Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve.
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        Linda gets to Alaska

        A travel blog entry by douggrinath on Jul 20, 2015

        1 comment, 17 photos

        I have not had phone or Internet access, and so I'm just now getting around to blogging about Alaska. I'll begin with Linda's arrival on July 18th, when she began her 3 week Alaska adventure! I'll continue to post about the remainder of this grand trip in the order which I experienced it, so stay tuned for more photos and blogs to come!

        In this entry, you see photos of Linda experiencing her first glacier- Portage Glacier! Enjoy the ...

        King Salmon

        A travel blog entry by n6tk on Aug 19, 2014

        4 comments, 3 photos

        ... world served by some poor old guy who shuffled and wheezed his way across the wooden floor from stove to bar. And this in a town with the most fish canneries in the country. My fishburger was a packaged frozen deep fried piece of something claiming to have sniffed the sea. But there's an old Russian church in town and the ruins of the original bumblebee canning company and a building where you can take a shower while you wash your clothes. Can't get that in the city.

        Run Salmon Run

        A travel blog entry by brent.thurlow on Jun 25, 2011

        ... we spend almost a week getting everything ready from hanging nets, gathering firewood and listening to all the rumors as to when AD F & G will open the fishing.

        On the 24th we received the word that there was to be a 24 hour opener from 12am to 12am. The beach was alive with all crews getting all last minute tasks completed. We had decided to fish the whole period so loaded up the skiff with food, spare clothing and thermoses full ...

        We are off to Katmai National Park

        A travel blog entry by 2jgstl on Aug 02, 2009

        3 photos

        ... flight attendant pointed out several sites, including a fabulous view of Mt. McKinley and Mt. Foraker. Upon arrival at King Salmon, we found the National Park Service King Salmon Visitor Center next door to the Pen Air Terminal building. We knew that they had the Passport Stamp for Katmai, plus one for Brooks Camp at Katmai. We also knew that we would find the stamp for Alagnak Wild River. Much to our surprise we also secured the stamp for ...

        Certified Alaskan Style

        A travel blog entry by bassmanms on Jun 10, 2009

        1 comment, 19 photos

        ... government so far has seen its fair high points with minimal snags in the line. I'm now certified with Bear Safety, I'm a designated shooter for parties in the backcountry, and am certified to operate any federal watercraft under 65', along with small plane safety and wilderness survival, So I got that going for me.

        We get taken care of pretty well up here; living with a group of 7 seasonal women has had a few ...