Bristol Bay Alaska Luxury Fishing Lodge Accommodations


Main Lodge

The Main Lodge is elevated on natural rock base on the tip of a narrow peninsula which separates Tikchik and Nuyukuk Lakes (Tikchik Narrows).

The Main Lodge has large comfortable lounging areas with a natural stone fireplace and a unique circular dining room which is suspended above the lake. Both the Main Lodge and dining room are enclosed by large picture windows, which offer a spectacular panoramic view to take in while enjoying our gourmet meals.

The Main Lodge has a full service bar and a large deck overlooking the Narrows where you can fish right in front of the lodge. The lodge is only 310 feet above sea level and Nuyukuk Lake is 24 miles long and over 900 feet in depth.

Guest Cabins

There are 7 duplex guest cabins all located on the lake shore overlooking Nuyukuk Lake and the Kilbuck mountains of Bristol Bay to the west. Each room has a full private bath, independent heat and hot water, lots of closet space and shelving, and large picture windows looking out to the lake and mountains. We provide daily housekeeping and laundry services are available upon request. Each day, the Tikchik staff will stock the rooms with ice and snacks. We want you to make Tikchik Narrows Lodge a place you can call home for the week. All of our guest cabins offer a comfortable environment to rest after a wonderful day of Alaska fishing and adventure.

Our Infrastructure

Aerial View of Tikchik LodgeTikchik has on-site housing forĀ our 36 staff members. A walk in freezer, walk in cooler, water treatment building, generator buildings, complete maintenance repair shop, a separate building just for aircraft parts and supplies, a large laundry facility, warehouse, and a greenhouse. Because we are totally isolated everything has to be flown in and garbage flown out, including fuel for the generators, boats, aircraft and propane. Tikchik has 20,000 gallons of fuel storage capacity. We do everything possible to make your stay comfortable amidst our beautiful wilderness setting in Bristol Bay, Alaska.