Nothing Short of ExtraordinaryNowhere else in the world are there more runs of Salmon than in Bristol Bay, Alaska. The Togiak River is the westernmost tributary to Bristol Bay and over the course of four months literally hundreds of thousands of Pacific Salmon of five species will return to spawn here. This amazing phenomenon is the food base for seven species of fresh water fish: Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden, Arctic Char, and Northern Pike are found throughout the river system, Arctic Grayling are found in the upper reaches of the tributaries, while Lake Trout--well, they're in the lake.
The Togiak River is short by Alaska standards, approximately 70 miles from the outlet of Togiak Lake to Bristol Bay. Our camp is 20 miles upriver from Bristol Bay and in a week's time at TRFA, you may find yourself fishing for Salmon on the incoming tide in the lower part of the river one day and fishing one of the many gin clear smaller tributaries for Dollies and Rainbows the next. Though we are a fixed base operation, our location offers a variety of fishing opportunities, and your angling pursuits are determined by your preferences.
Strong runs of King Salmon averaging 25-40 pounds in June and July offer an abundance and quality to delight even seasoned anglers.
|And even grayling|