Guests arrive via floatplane – the only way to access the camp. After landing on the Nushagak, you are transported via 18-foot aluminum jet boats to Camp. You will have a chance to stow your luggage, get settled into your accommodations and organize your tackle. Lunch will be served at noon and you are free to fish on your own, non-guided, in front of and around camp.



For the next week, you’ll be fishing in one of the most remote and pristine regions of Alaska. These are full fishing days and the daily schedule will vary depending on your stamina. Most often, anglers are awakened in the morning at around 6:30 a.m. Breakfast is served at 7:00 a.m. Your guide will help you rig your rod, select flies, and have you on the river by 8:00 a.m. Lunch is taken on the river. You will be back in camp at approximately 5:00 p.m., in time for a hot shower, a cocktail or two, and appetizers. Dinner is usually served at 7:00 p.m. If you have any energy left after a very full day, you are welcome to fish the home waters on your own before or after dinner.



On your departure day from Camp you will reverse the arrival process. Your float plane will depart between 12:00 and 1:00 PM for the 45 minute flight to the village of Iliamna. You can either spend another night in Anchorage at a hotel of your choice and depart the following morning for home, or catch a redeye flight back to the Lower 48 this same day, if one is available.

Summer days
are better...

spent in the bush!

We will keep you daydreaming about your next Alaska trip to Outpost on the Nush.