Tikchik Narrows Lodge announces 2019 family weeks

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Anglers reach the backcountry resort by floatplane, and fly-out fishing expeditions offer opportunities to catch five species of salmon and seven species of freshwater fish.
Anglers reach the backcountry resort by floatplane, and fly-out fishing expeditions offer opportunities to catch five species of salmon and seven species of freshwater fish.

Alaska's Tikchik Narrows Lodge will offer two full weeks of family discounts in 2019, after adding a second seasonal presentation of its annual Father/Mother and Son/Daughter Week.

For the 24th year of its program, the lodge is running back-to-back family week packages with check-ins available on June 15 or June 22.

When booking the seven-night special package, the parent pays the regular package price, the first son or daughter pays half price, and a second child pays two-thirds of the full price. Discounted rates may also be extended to cousins or other combinations of family members.

Tucked at the end of a Bristol Bay peninsula between Tikchik and Nuyukuk lakes, Tikchik Narrows Lodge accommodates guests in shoreline cabins with Kilbuck Mountain views.

Anglers reach the backcountry resort by floatplane, and fly-out fishing expeditions offer opportunities to catch five species of salmon and seven species of freshwater fish. Guests can also fish for rainbow trout, Arctic char, northern pike and other species in waters just outside the lodge.

Seven-night Father/Mother and Son/Daughter Week rates start at $8,850 per adult, which includes meals, accommodations and guided daily fly-out fishing trips, plus use of tackle, equipment and waders. Fishing licenses, King Salmon stamps, alcohol, gratuities and personal gear are extra.

In addition to its family week discount, Tikchik Narrows Lodge offers an ongoing cancellation special for travelers with flexible schedules.

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