Michael and Angela Addiego built and run the Bristol Bay Adventures Lodge on the Nushagak River as if it were their second home. Each and every summer season they invite fishermen to come and enjoy the bounties of the river, Alaska’s wild salmon! When you come to the Bristol Bay Lodge you are treated like family guests.
Angela cooks the meals like she does for her family. Michael, an avid outdoors man, loves to take guests out to catch fish. Nothing makes Michael happier than to see his guests catch a lot of fish, eat well, and enjoy his outdoor home! This sentiment is at the heart of what makes guests choose Bristol Bay Lodge from any other lodge in Alaska.
Michael and his trusty friend and guide Bob built the lodge themselves. Comfort in the wilderness was at the heart of their work. If Angela was going to stay in the wilderness, showers and bathroom amenities were a necessity!
The kitchen is run by Angela. She creates the menu, shops for food, and enjoys preparing everyone a great home cooked meal! Being Italian, the Addiego’s were raised with meals that were the center of the family and the day. So goes it at Bristol Bay Lodge! The two CCS’s are what Bristol Bay Adventures is about. Catch and Comfort!
Michael chose to build Bristol Bay Lodge on the Nush because of the great fishing, and so that fly-outs were not a necessity. This reduces the cost to guests who want to fish on the best Salmon River in Alaska.