Eager to dip your toes into lodge ownership? Well, Bristol Bay Lodge in Alaska is up for sale on some of the Last Frontier’s most pristine river systems. The sale includes everything the new owners would need to keep the beautiful property and operation going in the coming season!

From Bristol Bay Lodge:

Bristol Bay Lodge, a world-renowned luxury fishing lodge in Alaska, has hit the market for $9.5 million. It comes complete with top-shelf fishing gear, boats, aircraft, and everything else an operator would need to continue the 50-year legacy of hosting guests. The lodge is listed with Deke Tidwell of Hall and Hall.

You can find the listing, here!

Located in the heart of Alaska’s Bristol Bay Watershed, Bristol Bay Lodge offers a profitable, efficient, turn-key, internationally renowned operation far removed from the crowds of the state’s most populated fishing waters. Cradled on the shores of Aleknagik on the edge of Wood-Tikchick State Park, the main lodge offers a base of operations for access to some of Alaska’s best freshwater sportfishing. Accommodating up to 29 guests, the complex offers a variety of lodging options, from double occupancy rooms within the main lodge to four stand-alone cabins and housing for up to 24 employees. Guests are treated to world-class cuisine and ambiance from the newly remodeled commercial kitchen and great room in a setting that rivals the most scenic locales on the planet.

This Orvis® Endorsed Fly Fishing Lodge is known for its fly-out program, positioning anglers on some of the region’s most productive lakes and rivers via three DeHavilland Beaver aircraft, which are included in the sale. In addition to day trips, there are two comfortable and fully equipped overnight camps with facilities for six guests, a cook, and fishing guides. Rainbow camp sits adjacent to an additional 160± acre deeded inholding within the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge near the shores of Bristol Bay. In addition to the overnight camps, there are two additional day camps on the Togiak River. These remote camps provide a multi-dimensional experience for guests wanting to more completely immerse themselves in Alaska’s wild spaces.

You can check out the full listing, here!


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