Fish The Nush: Alaska Fishing Blog
King salmon fishing in Alaska on the Nushagak River King salmon fishing in Alaska is a longtime dream for many and an actualization for some who are very fortunate. Whether you’ve been saving for years to fish Alaska on a budget or are searching for Alaska’s best fishing lodge, [...]
Nushagak River Adventures has quickly emerged as one of the premier Alaska fishing resorts thanks to our prime location, newly-built riverside cabins, and first-class salmon fishing guides. Whether you’re a family full of seasoned anglers or a group of beginners hoping to learn some tricks of the trade in The Last Frontier, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for here on the Nushagak River.
While visiting anglers choose Nushagak River Adventures for our seclusion and world-class salmon fishing in Alaska, many are genuinely curious about the history of this once Yup'ik-inhabited wilderness. Before Alaska fishing camps slowly began to pop up along the peaceful Nushagak River, the nearby communities of Nushagak and Portage Creek were small, thriving villages.
Fish The Nush: Adventures on the Nushagak Comfy boats and salmon abundance are two prime draws to Nushagak River Adventures. © Melissa Norris Article by Melissa Norris Fish The Nush: Adventures on the Nushagak originally appeared in the January 2019 issue of Fish Alaska magazine. “I love the [...]
Last month we led off our two-part “Best Alaska Salmon Recipes” blog with delicious blackened salmon tacos and a healthy BBQ salmon salad, both of which were created by our talented Executive Chef Christopher Lee. Because the team here at Nushagak River Adventures uses some of the best packaging equipment in the world, you’ll be returning home with several boxes of perfectly-filleted frozen salmon.
Most of our anglers leave the Nushagak River with enough packaged salmon to feed their family and friends lots of great table fare for the year. What are you going to do with all that frozen salmon? It’s common knowledge that salmon can last anywhere from 4-8 months in a freezer, depending on temperatures and quality packaging—something we excel at Nushagak River Adventures.