Looking for an unforgettable fishing adventure in Alaska? Our lodge, nestled in the remote Bristol Bay region, offers an experience like no other. We pride ourselves on offering a personalized, boutique-style experience that sets us apart from other lodges in the area.
With no crowds to contend with, you can enjoy the tranquility of the Alaskan wilderness and focus on the thrill of catching some of the most sought-after fish in the world. Our experienced guides will take you to the best spots, ensuring you have the best chance of landing trophy fish such as salmon, arctic char, and rainbow trout.
But it’s not just the fishing that makes our lodge so special. The stunning scenery that surrounds us will take your breath away. From majestic mountain ranges to crystal-clear rivers, there’s no shortage of beauty to behold. And with an abundance of wildlife in the area, you’ll have the chance to see bears, moose, eagles, and more.
We believe that the little touches make all the difference, and that’s why we offer a truly personalized experience for our guests. From the moment you arrive, you’ll be treated like family. Our cozy accommodations, delicious cuisine, and top-notch hospitality will ensure that your stay with us is one you’ll never forget.
If you’re looking for a fishing lodge in Alaska that offers a unique and personalized experience, look no further than our lodge in the Bristol Bay region.
Please contact us with any questions at Info@alaskanremoteadventures.com or message us on Facebook.
Ryan has always craved adventure and been an entrepreneur at heart. He loves what Alaska has to offer in more ways than just fishing. As lodge owner, he takes pleasure in guiding and spending time on the river with his guests. Ryan has been fishing since he could walk and was always found with pole in hand when near any body of water. With lots of experience in the Rocky Mountains fishing, he is eager and excited to share his dream with others and help to facilitate unforgettable Alaskan experiences.
Hello! My name is Santiago Bonilla, and I will be one of your friends in the camp and an innovative, interesting guide on the river. I have been fortunate enough to have fly fished all over the world and have seen some pretty amazing things on the fly. From Bonefish and Tarpon in Belize or the Maldives, to monster mouse-eating rainbows in Kamchatka, and beautiful browns and rainbows eating delicate fly patterns in the Patagonia of Argentina and Chile, I have fished many different techniques and I try as best I can to bring that experience with me to Alaska and the Mulchatna Watershed. Something about the salmon runs in Alaska has always brought me back, and exploring the ecosystems and beginning to understand the cycle of salmon in the state continues to fascinate me. I love to learn and try new things and am always open to suggestions and recommendations, so please, don’t be shy about voicing your opinion. Whether it be fifty-pound king salmon in the beautiful strong waters of the Mulchatna, or big rainbows high up on small mountain rivers, you can always trust me as your net man. I am Wilderness First Responder Certified, so not only is safety a top priority, but you should feel as though you are alongside competent hands in the remote bush of Alaska. I look forward to meeting you and thank you for choosing Alaskan Remote Adventures.
I grew up in New Jersey with the East coast hustle. Realized at a young age I was meant for more adventurous settings. after finally taking a trip out west my junior year of high school I knew I needed to be out here. So a year after high school I decided to attend a guide School up in Alaska. It taught me very valuable stuff like EMT training, Whitewater rescue, and countless Backcountry skills. But the best part of that had to be the connections I made that finally give me a direction to go out west. the following year I moved to Jackson hole to become a raft guide. This was also the start of my fly fishing. Whenever I get free time away from taking clients down the river. I took every opportunity to fish the wonderful Rivers surrounding that area. it's taught me the skill and passion it takes to be a good fisherman. After my second summer, I travel to Southeast Asia and spent four months on a motorcycle trip exploring and fly-fishing many rivers throughout the region. there is no greater feeling than having an entire village comes to see you do something that no one has ever seen. I was blessed for the opportunity to see and fish these rivers. Even though I never actually became a fly fishing guide, I found myself bringing many new timers to different rivers and showing them the ropes. I love teaching people and seeing the joy in their eyes when they get hooked up. I thought about getting into fly fish guiding for a few years but I wanted to pursue a different career which was welding. Fly fishing is always ahead of welding in my heart.
Ryan has always craved adventure and been an entrepreneur at heart. He loves what Alaska has to offer in more ways than just fishing. As lodge owner, he takes pleasure in guiding and spending time on the river with his guests. Ryan has been fishing since... [Read More]
I was born and raised in Oregon, where I developed a passion for adventures in the outdoors. I love exploring my home state and beyond equipped with a fishing rod, snowboard, or paddle. [Read More]
Hey! I grew up in Eugene, Oregon and spent the last five years living in Bend, where I got my B.S. in Outdoor Products from OSU-Cascades. Fishing and boating have been my passions for as long as I can remember, and I feel privileged to be able to share my joy for the sport with others. In high school I built a wooden drift boat...[Read More]
Growing up in Utah, I found my love and passion for a multitude of outdoor hobbies. I spend a great deal of time fishing, hunting, biking, hiking or snowboarding. [Read More]