Kobuk River Lodge


United States


Ambler Ave Ambler, AK 99786


Latitude: 67.084836

Longitude: -157.858981


+1 907-445-2166

Communication language





Go to Web site >>


We do Day trips and camping in Kobuk Valley National Park, Wildlife viewing, Fishing, Hiking.  The North West Arctic Caribou Herd migration starts in late August and continues into October.  A day trip to Onion portage during the migration is one of the best chances in North America to see large numbers of Caribou up close.

Our Guide Loren Gentemann is licenced by United States Coast guard, The State of Alaska Department of Fish and and Game and The U.S. Park Service.

Clean Quite and modern our lodge is located on top of a hill overlooking the confluence of the Kobuk and its largest tributary The Ambler river

The run lasts from July 4 till the mid September.  An estimated 20,000 fish migrate to their spawning grounds each summer.  Shee fish weigh between 10 and 50 lbs.  They are excellent eating with a firm white meat like cod or halibut.

The Sheefish (Stenodus Leucicthys) Is a large predatiory whitefish distributed throughout the vast Arctic and subarctic drainages of Siberia and North America. In Russia it is known as ‘nelma,’ in Canada as ‘inconnu,’ and in Alaska as ‘sheefish.’  Although sheefish also occur in the Yukon and Kuskokwim rivers, the Kobuk River is Alaska’s premier destination for anglers seeking to catch this unique species

Add a review, comment ...

* Your comment will be displayed - after moderation
Please note that this is a comment or feedback about your experience of this place.

With applications for visiting, accommodation, please contact the specified contacts of this place. (e-mail, phone ...)

* If you have any suggestions for project administration FishHuntPlaces.com, feel free to use this form.

Contact Us | Advertisement | Agreement | Sitemap | Sitemap.xml | Urllist

Copyright © Fishing Hunting Places. All Rights Reserved.

Loading time: 0.0349 s. | Online: 26   All: 7467643