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No See Um Lodge

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One of Alaska's first fly-out lodges, No See Um is a family-run operation that was established by Jack Holman in the early 70's. Today his son, John, who is both a pilot and a guide, maintains No See Um's well-earned reputation for pampering and pleasing its guests. John has been living, fishing, guiding and flying in Alaska for most of his life. He and his guides know the best fishing spots and how to get you there safely. Everyone at No See Um is anxious for your trip to Alaska to be 'the trip of a lifetime.' Guides are eager to make your Alaskan fishing vacation successful; their knowledge, enthusiasm and instruction will ensure success for the novice and expert alike. The willingness of No See Um Lodge's team to provide the best for their guests - both on the water and at the lodge - have put the lodge in a class by itself . . . truly Alaska's Finest Fly Fishing! The lodge is built on a high bank overlooking the Kvichak River. The guest houses have a total of six bedrooms, each equipped with two beds and a complete bathroom. A lounge with bar and wood stove enhance the comfortable setting. After a full day of fishing, you can enjoy the relaxing and friendly atmosphere at the lodge while sipping a beverage and sampling delicious appetizers before dinner. Rates for 2014 are $8700 per week from Anchorage, Alaska. This rate includes round trip airfare from Anchorage to King Salmon, all flies and other terminal tackle, daily guided fly-out fishing or local fishing if weather requires it. This rate does not include a Fishing License. We will happily loan rods and reels.

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