Fox Bay Lodge

Fox Bay Lodge

Welcome to Fox Bay Lodge

The Ultimate Alaska Experience

We welcome you to our luxurious sportfishing lodge located on the Naknek River. The Naknek River in King Salmon, Alaska swells with millions of salmon from the glorious and mighty Naknek chinook salmon to the abundant resource of Bristol Bays sockeye run and the soaring feats of the coho salmon. All of this amazing food source of salmon flesh and protein-rich salmon eggs results in some of the most remarkable trophy trout and char fishing in the world. We cant wait to share it with you to create memories that will stay with you for a lifetime. Take that much-needed and much-deserved time with your family and friends and come relax in a peaceful wilderness setting with first-class service to nourish your heart and enrich your life.

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What Our Guest Have to Say


My son and I visited Fox Bay Lodge last summer and it was a great experience. When we arrived at the lodge, we were amazed at the beauty of the surroundings. Foxes were running through the woods near by and birds were flying over the lake outside the lodge. The main room of the lodge offered beautiful views of the lake and wildlife. One night we even saw a bear walk near the lodge during dinner. Fox Bay Lodge and its quiet, secluded location was a perfect place to unwind and relax. The owners, Sue and Jerry Klassen, offered first-class service during our trip. They were accommodating with everything from food selection to setting us up with activities in the area. The food was alway fresh and carefully prepared by their in-house chef. We spent a lot of time with the fishing guides as well who offered deep knowledge of the river, and Alaska. They always put us in the right spot to catch fish and provided all the gear necessary. They went the extra mile and set us up with a float plane to a remote lake to fish for Pike. It was a unique experience flying over volcanoes and fishing a lake with no one in sight. If you go to Alaska, there is no better place to stay than Fox Bay Lodge!
Coach John Fox

My husband and I stayed at Fox Bay Lodge during Couples Week last summer. It was the best way to experience Alaska together because of the pristine location, great accommodations, fishing and excellent food and service. Fox Bay Lodge is located near the small town of King Salmon and is on a beautiful bay that is surrounded by pine trees. It is minutes to great fishing spots and a short flight to Brooks where we saw the bears gorging on salmon. At the end of the day we enjoyed just hanging out in the main room of the lodge that has a panoramic view of the bay. The meals were served in the recently renovated lodge that is just beautiful. The chef prepared flavorful and fresh food and all of the meals were top notch. We had our own private cabin on the waterfront where bald eagles soared over the water and red foxes and fowl searched for food along the shoreline. The owners, Sue and Jerry Klassen, made sure that everyone received the best service and had a great time. The food and hospitality were amazing, the cabins were great and the fishing guides were the best on the river. We caught our limit every day. We left with great memories and a cooler filled with vacuum-sealed frozen salmon that were caught only days before and so delicious. There is so much natural beauty and wildlife in Alaska to explore and Fox Bay Lodge is the perfect location. We will definitely be back!

Kathy Lathrum, Rancho Santa Fe, CA

Fox Bay Lodge provided my wife and I a wonderful Alaska experience. The guides put us both on king salmon everyday during our July 2016 trip. We got to check off one of our Bucket List items when the Lodge arranged a float plane trip to Katmai National Park where we viewed Alaska’s brown bears up close while they fished at Brooks River Falls. Great food, great fishing, great guides and wonderful hospitality. GREAT TIME!

Rick and Kim Cooper, Hollister, California
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