Lake Clark and the National Park offer a vast number of fishing options, hunting options, and sight seeing.
Lake Clark is the largest of the park's many glacier lakes and is one of the most important spawning grounds for the world's largest sockeye salmon (red salmon) in North America.
The park encompasses a rugged area of the Aleutian Range. It's dramatic scenery offers opportunities to see an abundance of wildlife, glaciers, two active volcanoes and hundreds of waterfalls. Lake Clark offers anglers plenty of opportunities to find a trophy fish. At 50 miles long, Lake Clark comprises of several types of fish, Arctic char, Grayling, Dolly Varden, Northern pike, Lake trout, Rainbow trout and five species of salmon.