Ugashik Narrows connects two large lakes on the Alaska Peninsula—Upper and Lower Ugashik. It is a world-renowned fishery and favorite of fly anglers at the Lodge. Grayling, trout, Arctic char and silver salmon are all caught there. It’s a remote area with spectacular scenery and wildlife; as a crossing place for large game, small game, salmon and other fish, it’s no wonder human habitation has been documented at the Narrows for over 9000 years. Narrow your focus for a minute and enjoy your trip to the Narrows of Ugashik.
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