Run July 1-July 24; A daily catch at Kautumn Lodge can exceed 10-20 fish per angler with five being pretty typical for most anglers. The Kings of the Mulchatna are aggressive and strong weighing from 10 to 50 lbs.
Run August 1-September 15; You will see what aggressive means when these 10-24 lb fish take your lure or fly. Once on the hook, Silvers will leap completely out of the water multiple times, "tail dancing" across the water; then take off on reel screaming runs only to jump again and again.
Run Spring-Fall; The Mulchatna River area is world renowned for its huge rainbows. We fish the smaller rivers from ice out in mid-May through freeze up in October. Hot fishing begins at the end of May when we're fishing for aggressive spawners. There really isn't a better place to pursue huge rainbows.
Available all season. For most sport fishers in America, the Arctic Grayling is a rare freshwater game fish symbolic of the clear, cold streams of the northern wilderness. The state record was caught in the Ugashik Narrows just east of the Mulchatna River. We have great Grayling fishing from ice out in mid-May on the small creeks through freeze up.
Run June 22-Sept 1; the Chum Salmon are a very aggressive and strong fish. They are a toothy fighter that can reach fifteen pounds. We have lots of chum in the river and they add a lot of fun to your day when you catch them with a mix of other fish.
Run July-October; this vibrant and colorful 25"+ fish is one of the most beautiful fish in the world. They come in many different patterns and color phases. They are abundant when the salmon are spawning as they fatten up on eggs.
Run end of June through early August. In 2017 we had approximately 2.8 MILLION sockeye return to our river system. These fish are excellent on the grill and have distinctive red meat..