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This is the lake where most floatplanes land (unless the winds change and you'll land at Brooks Lake). Bears swim here, comb the shore, and walk the paths all around this lake. This is the lake that Brooks Campground is on. Beautiful sunrises on the...More
Brooks Lodge fronts Naknek Lake and the lake provides the floatplane with a place to land. If the wind is "wrong", they must land on Brooks Lake. One of the cool things about Naknek is the fishing, and another is the abundance of pumice rock...More
I have done two kayak trips on Naknek Lake. One in July 2014 from Brooks Camp to Fure's Cabin and back, through the Bay of Islands, and the other in July 2015 doing the Savonoski Loop clockwise. You can rent kayaks and canoes at Brooks...More
We flew into Naknek Lake on our way to Brooks Falls. The lake itself is beautiful and surrounded in the distance by beautiful mountains. We did not fish while we were there so I cannot comment on that aspect. The lake is frequently visited by...More
The place where the float planes land and park to bring visitors to Brooks Fall camp and lodge. The lake is also full of fish which you can see quit plainly through the crystal clear water. The scenery all around the lake is just beautiful.
Naknek Lake is beautiful. Especially the Bay of Islands. Great fishing for trout and pike. Stay close to shore if you are in a small craft and watch carefully for the willawas, sudden winds that turn a quiet lake into a death trap. Beautiful views...More
A retiring Army buddy and myself had an awesome experience kayaking 7 days on Naknek. First and foremost, the kayak we rented from the concessionaire at Brooks Camp. The 21ft tandem was very sea worthy and well equipped with quality paddles, pump, compartment covers, life...More