Originally established as a wilderness lodge in 1989, Zachar Bay Lodge continues to welcome travelers of all kinds to its unforgettable Alaska destination. Located on beautiful Kodiak Island, Zachar Bay Lodge lets you take a break from the concrete jungles of the cities and simply indulge in great outdoor adventures as well as true relaxation in a refreshing environment. Daily fishing and wildlife viewing trips are designed to not only be safe and fun, but educational as well. You'll discover plenty about the island as you traverse the waters of Zachar Bay or the lush surroundings of the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. After all your adventures, unwind in your cozy guestroom of which the lodge features eleven, each featuring modern touches and amenities. The spacious dining hall is the perfect place to gather and relax; enjoy delicious meals as well as the gaming area that has a pool table and also a sitting area with satellite television. Everything you need for an exciting Alaska vacation is right here!
Zachar Bay Lodge
Located between Kenai and Soldotna, Alaska, you will find the Salmon Catcher Lodge. With lodges and cabins constructed from local spruce trees and appointed with furnishings handmade by local craftsmen, Salmon Catcher Lodge offers lodging option that reflects the natural beauty of the area. Spend your day fishing for salmon, hunting for moose or bear, or flying out to fish the same waters as bears. After a long day of outdoor activity, return to the comfortable lodge and enjoy a relaxing evening at the lodge. Trade stories around one of the outdoor fire pits or just lounge on a plush chair and watch some television. And Salmon Catcher Lodge stands out from the rest as a very charitable organization, supporting programs such as the Wounded Warrior Program and Make a Wish Foundation. So when you come spend your vacation at Salmon Catcher Lodge, you'll know you've found a place worth remembering.
Salmon Catcher Lodge
Experience outstanding Alaska sport fishing and hunting from Port Lions Lodge on world-famous Kodiak Island. This incredible destination is ideal for fishing as the protected water between the Kodiak, Afognak, and Raspberry Islands holds some of the richest biomass in the world! The plankton growth here attracts plenty of fish and sea mammals between the tidal waters of the three islands, making it the perfect place to cast your line on an unbelievable fishing adventure. Duck hunting on Kodiak Island is also extraordinary because of the mild maritime climate caused by the Japanese current. Their guided hunts can be combined with a cast and blast for halibut or with deer or fox hunting for the ultimate hunting experience. No matter how you spend your time here, you're sure to feel right at home at the lodge which offers comfortable accommodations and family-style dining!
Port Lions Lodge
Alaska's spectacular Kenai Peninsula has hundreds of square miles of rolling forests, mountain meadows, hidden lakes, whispering streams, turquoise glaciers and rare species of North American wildlife including some of the largest game fish on earth. The Great Alaska Adventure Lodge was founded 30 years ago and continues to welcome travelers from across the globe to discover this breathtaking natural destination. Here, you can experience all sorts of fascinating adventures that makes Alaska such a popular getaway for outdoor enthusiasts. Fly into their remote Lake Clark Bear Viewing Lodge, kayak a glacial lake, view wildlife on a Kenai Fjords National Park cruise, or walk a tundra trail on safari with Great Alaska. The lodge's variety of choices, comfortable accommodations, fine cuisine and volume of fish assure you an unforgettable Alaskan getaway.
Great Alaska Adventures
Big Sky is located in the heart of King Salmon country on the Kenai River in Sterling, Alaska and welcomes travelers of all ages to experience an unforgettable outdoor adventure. This beautiful destination is everything you're looking for when it comes to escaping the hustle-bustle of everyday life and heading out on an unforgettable fishing trip. During your stay you will have your own fishing guide that will take you on either a 6-hour or 9-hour adventure for fish including king, red, and silver salmon, rainbow trout, dolly varden, and Alaskan halibut. If you need a break from the fishing, venture out with your camera to catch sight of some of the beautiful Alaska bears. After a long day, retreat to your cozy riverside cabin and simply bask in the views!
Big Sky Charter & Fishcamp
Since it's start in 1987, Salmon Falls Resort has been a haven for anglers of all ages and skill levels looking for the best Alaskan fishing available. This incredible destination is located in Alaska's most productive salt and freshwater sport-fishing area, making it the ideal place to plan your next fishing adventure. Recently remodeled in 2015, Salmon Falls Resort provides you with comfortable accommodations, incredible dining experiences, and endless outdoor activities that you won't ever forget. Here, fishing isn't just an opportunity, it's practically a must; guided trips range from three to seven days and take you the best spots along the waters of Inside Passage. And if you need a break from the fishing, sea kayaking, hiking trips at Totem Bight State Park, zip-lining adventures, and whale-watching are other favorite Alaska pastimes that you're sure to enjoy as well!
Salmon Falls Resort
Adventure-lovers are in for an unforgettable experience on the breathtaking banks of the Alagnak River. Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge is everything you're looking for in a nature retreat full of exciting outdoor activities and surrounded by unbeatable views. The lodge features 160 acres of incredible river frontage, right on the river's most popular section known as the Upper Braids. You will arrive via bush plane to this remote location and settle into a cozy cabin that looks out over the river. When you're ready to explore, venture out onto the Alagnak River via jet boat to find the best spots for fishing. Cast your line for all five species of Pacific salmon, leopard rainbow trout, arctic char and grayling, lake trout and pike! If you need a break from fishing, you can enjoy a day of rafting or bear viewing in the Katmai National Park. After a long day, unwind with a meal at the lodge or curl up by the fireplace in the lounge. You can also unwind in one of the onsite cabins, all featuring showers and heat. No matter how you spend your time, you're sure to make memories here that will last you forever.
Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge
At Alaska Rainbow Lodge, there's never a bad day of fishing! Located right on the banks of the Kvichak River in beautiful Bristol Bay, Alaska, this unforgettable lodge brings you away from all the hustle-bustle and into a truly incredible nature wonderland. Surrounded by the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge and Katmai National Park and Preserve, you can breathe in the crisp, fresh air, unwind among the stunning scenery, and watch the stars shine in the evening. When it comes to adventure, the lodge has you covered: with access to over 30 rivers and streams, you can fish all day long! The waters here are teeming with trophy rainbow trout, arctic char, silver salmon, king salmon, grayling, and much more.
After a long day, retreat to the cedar-frame lodge where you can relax in the large living room and indulge in a gourmet meal in the dining room. There's really no place better than this for your Alaska fishing vacation!
Alaska Rainbow Lodge
Kenai Fjords National Park: 700,000 acres of pristine Alaskan wilderness on the grounds of the beautiful Kenai Peninsula, one of Alaska's most popular destinations. Here is a place where the ice-age is still alive; 40 glaciers, winding waterways and icy slopes make the Kenai Fjords a retreat ideal for the adventurous traveler. Tucked into a Native-owned wildlife sanctuary rests your home base for discovering this magical getaway, the Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge. Overlooking a protected lagoon and steps away from a variety of exciting activities, the lodge offers you a place to rest, relax, and drink it all in, from the abundance of wildlife to the vast, starry night skies. The lodge's professional guides will assist you in your travels by kayak, canoe, boat, or on foot through the area's most fascinating spots. Explore the waters of the Pedersen Lagoon, take in the flora and fauna through the national park with the help of a naturalist guide, or be awed by the views of humpback whales, sea lions and porpoises on a boat ride through the glaciers. Top everyday off with their breakfast buffet, lunches you can enjoy at the lodge or packed for you during your trip, an appetizer hour in the afternoon with chilled beer or chardonnay, before indulging in a four-course dinner in the beautiful dining room.
Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge
Resting on the banks of the Upper Kenai River and surrounded by the breathtaking snow covered Kenai Mountains awaits a destination ideal for adventure and relaxation. Aptly named the Kenai Riverside Lodge, this charming retreat offers you a place where you can breathe in the fresh, natural air, soak up the sights of the stunning scenery, and indulge in a variety of exciting activities to keep you entertained throughout your stay. The all-inclusive experience at the lodge makes your vacation easy; enjoy the comfort of your own cozy cabin, hearty meals three times a day (including packed lunches if you're out and about), and fully guided and equipped trips throughout the area. Join in on some of the most incredible fishing in the world on the Kenai River, where you can cast your line for trophy salmon and trout. The river is also prime for rafting adventures; a full-day trip takes you through the Kenai Canyon and the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge! If you need a break from all the thrill, then the wood-fired sauna, spacious riverside deck for lounging, and onsite volleyball allows you to catch your breath. No matter how you choose to spend your time, one thing is certain: this is an Alaska vacation you will never forget.
Kenai Riverside Lodge
The fishing adventure of a lifetime awaits you in the spectacular majesty of Alaska's Bristol Bay watershed. The Alagnak Lodge offers world class guided fishing in southwest Alaska's finest wilderness area. Founded in 1980, Alagnak Lodge has welcomed travelers from around the world interested in a relaxing and inspiring natural getaway. Overlooking the Alagnak River and surrounded by the Bristol Bay watershed, this is the most ideal place to get close to nature. Bristol Bay is home to the world's largest salmon runs, ensuring the ultimate fishing experience no matter if you're new to the game or an expert. Fish for all kinds of pacific salmon and trophy rainbow trout together with their trained guides who will take you to the best spots to cast your line!
Deep Creek Fishing Club is the most amazing resort for an Alaskan adventure. On the shores of Cook Inlet, their cabins are rustic and grand with king sized hickory beds and Hudson blankets, full baths, a mini fridge and satellite television. Whether you want a saltwater, freshwater, fly-fishing, or fly out adventure, Deep Creek Fishing Club has everything that you need. The very best fishing equipment, processing of your catch, complete dining during your stay, and your luxurious cabin are all included. When you are not out on the water, you can relax with a stroll on the shoreline, dive into a good book in front of a fire, or curl up with a movie. Pack your bags for a one of a kind experience!
Deep Creek Fishing Club