Angry Eagle’s collection of aircraft and boats allows us to access some of the best streams, lakes, and rivers in Lake Clark National Park, Katmai National Park, and the Nushagak River drainage of Southwestern Alaska’s Bristol Bay region.
We have riverboats throughout the Bristol Bay watershed that can be accessed by our lake boats or float planes. Our wide selection of boats also helps us ensure clients can comfortably and safely fish on days when fly-outs aren’t possible due to the weather (a perk that many other area lodges can’t give their clients).
In addition to fly-outs, we provide plane tours of Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park for bear viewing and to Twin Lakes in Lake Clark National Park to visit Richard Proenneke’s famous homestead featured in PBS’ “One Man’s Wilderness.” Flying over the vast tundra and Chugach Mountains of Southwest Alaska is an experience you’ll never forget.
Completely rebuilt from prop to tail in 2013, our deHavilland Beavers sit on Aerocet 5850 composite floats and have custom cargo doors and cockpit extension modifications. Each comfortably accommodates five passengers plus pilot.
Our KingFisher Harbercraft 2825 boats transport guests to streams and to the shallow waters of the Cook Inlet. One boat has twin 150 HP Honda outboards and the other has twin 200 HP outboards. Equipped with depth finders, radios, and radar.
We use our collection of G-3 jet boats on lakes and streams that we reach by airplane or our KingFishers. These boats run in a few inches of water, enabling our guides to access the upper reaches of prime Arctic char and rainbow trout of the remote rivers we fish.
Our fleet of John Deere Gator ATVs ensures clients are comfortably transported between Pedro Bay and Angry Eagle.
Our River Hawk boat provides comfort and stability while back trolling, drift fishing, and fighting the powerful king salmon.