The Nushagak River, in Alaska’s Bristol Bay, is home to the Alaska’s largest run of wild Chinook salmon. As the season progresses sockeye enter the Nushagak River from Bristol Bay, the world’s largest producer of these prized fish. We also see an enormous run of silvers with little to no fishing pressure and are usually the only lodge open during silver season on The Nush. The main lodge is the gathering for guests to enjoy exquisite meals and share fish stories. The bathhouse is spacious and impeccably clean with separate facilities for women and men. The buildings on the property are connected with walkways. We truly have the nicest lodge, the best hospitality, the top equipment, boats and gear, and knowledgable guides on the river.