Rainbow Bend Lodges

 

Rainbow Bend Lodges 16456 SE High Meadow Loop, Portland, Oregon 97236

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SOCKEYE SALMON FISHING


June 20 - July 31

The Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game sets and meets an escapement goal of well over one million Sockeye Salmon - that is a lot of fish. These fish move through the Naknek, and spawn in the mouth of the river, the rest go in to the lake and spawn in all of the local tributaries. On the Naknek River you may keep 5 per day per person. Once these Sockeye hit the Naknek River, you can catch them on spinners, spoons, flies, and egg-sucking leeches. Several thousand sockeye enter the Brooks river (which runs into Naknek Lake) and spawn in Brooks lake. The Brooks river offers great fly fishing with egg-sucking leeches, a green marvel, Montana Brassy and orange and chartreuse Comets. The Brooks river is all catch and release.

wpe2A3.jpg (32104 bytes)Fillets of salmon

                           

 


Over 1 million Sockeye Salmon travel up the Naknek River annually.

 

 

 
 
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