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Top Southeast Alaska Fishing Lodges
Adventurous anglers of the world have long sought out the wealthy waters of Southeast Alaska. No fish for the weary here; these monstrous morsels will fill your plate - and your trophy case. Halibut fishermen have their eye out for Southeast Alaska's Sitka Sound, where fishing legends emerge from world-class halibut waters. Transfer this year's fishing trip to Southeast Alaska, where salmon is king and the halibut are barn-door-big. And settle into success at the Top Southeast Alaska Fishing Lodges!

Deep Creek Fishing Club

Ninilchik, Alaska

+1 (866) 452 - 9472

You won't find a better place to experience an authentic Alaska fishing getaway than at Deep Creek Fishing Club in Ninilchik.

From the over-sized cabin accommodations featuring satellite televisions, en suite bathrooms, and mini refrigerators, to the abundance of outdoor adventures to plan, you'll find it all at your fingertips during a stay with Deep Creek Fishing Club. Saltwater, freshwater, fly-fishing, and even fly-out adventures are all available, and they friendly staff will make sure you have everything necessary to reel in your next trophy silver salmon, trout, or northern pike. Start planning today!


Salmon Falls Resort

Ketchikan, Alaska

+1 (877) 382 - 2914

Coming off a fresh remodeling in 2015, Salmon Falls Resort is more than ready to host any number of aspiring Alaskan fisherpeople.

Salmon Falls Resort calls Alaska’s most productive salt and freshwater sportfishing region home, and you'll immediately reap the benefits. The fish in the surrounding sparkling waters are plentiful, fat, and beautiful. Try your luck at landing a juicy salmon, whether it's a Silver, Coho, Chinook, Pink, Chum, or Sockeye. Should you succeed, not only will you have a delicious meal, but you'll have a fantastic story to tell til the end of your days!


Glacier Bear Lodge

Yakutat, Alaska

+1 (866) 944 - 9137

Glacier Bear Lodge offers unmatched fishing and outdoor adventures in Yakutat, Alaska, so start planning your own getaway today!

Anglers of all skill levels will appreciate the incredible service and accommodations offered by Glacier Bear Lodge. Each of the lodge's 31 rooms features two double beds, one rollaway bed, and a full private bathroom, easily accommodating even the largest of families. The lodge outfitters are there to make sure you have everything you need for a successful getaway. All-Inclusive packages are available, and you can grab things you need along the way from the tackle shop. Plan your trip now!


Sportsman's Cove Lodge

Ketchikan, Alaska

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Sportsman's Cove Lodge is known as a destination that makes its name on its service. Why? Because Sportsman’s Cove wants you to come back. 85% of its customers are repeat, which just hints at their quality. Your guide will be happy to take you out on the beautiful cove for some peaceful fishing. Try your luck at catching some salmon, halibut, or cod, then go on a hike through the Tongass National Forest, the country's largest. Make sure to keep your eyes peeled for black and brown bears though!


Elfin Cove Resort

Elfin Cove, Alaska

+1 (866) 204 - 4852

Elfin Cove Resort is known far and wide for its ability to give anglers and sightseers vacations they never forget. You're next!

When you first see the Elfin Cove Resort it'll be from the air, as you fly in to land in float plane. You'll immediately realize that the only way to understand the natural beauty surrounding Elfin Cove is to see it in person. And there's simply no better spot to observe it than in the middle of the cove with a fishing rod firmly in hand. The surrounding area sports ginormous Pacific halibut (ranging from 20 lbs to over 300 lbs) and all types of salmon, from King to Sockeye.


Yes Bay Lodge

Ketchikan, Alaska

+1 (877) 295 - 8285

Yes Bay Lodge is the perfect combination of hospitality, comfort, and luxury. Add in superb fishing and it's an unforgettable experience!

Yes Bay's unique location gives it unprecedented access to the many prime fishing spots in the area! Just 20-25 minutes away at most, your professional guide will show you what species are running and where to give you the most opportunity to get your limit. Salmon, halibut, ling cod, and several species of nice rock fish are plentiful- simply head out on a custom built, canopy covered boat and get to it!


Kenai River Drifter's Lodge

Cooper Landing, Alaska

View +1 (866) 595 - 5959

Alaska fishes at Kenai River Drifter's Lodge. A drive away from famed Kenai Fjords National Park and Cook Inlet halibut fishing, Drifter's Lodge puts you in the middle of some of the best trout and salmon fishing waters in the world: Kenai Peninsula, or "Alaska's Playground." Fish Quartz Creek, the Mighty Kenai, Russian, and Kasilof Rivers. And hit the ground running in the Kenai Peninsula salmon run, one of the most dynamic and productive fisheries in the world.

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Those dreams of holding the world record salmon aren't so far off at Alaska's Last Frontier Fishing Lodge. Catch kings, silver, sockeye, and wild rainbow trout out of the mighty Kenai River, and make Alaska's Last Frontier Fishing Lodge into your favorite fishing story. At the Lodge, fishing guides provide everything you need for a successful Alaska fishing trip: rods, tackle, bait - and most importantly - years of experience fishing the Kenai River!


Shelter Cove Lodge

Craig, Alaska

View +1 (907) 826 - 2939

Welcome to one of the finest oceanfront facilities in Southeast Alaska: Shelter Cove Lodge! In Alaska's sportfishing paradise, incredible fishing opportunities, superior guides, boats, and gear are yours. Plus, this ideal Southeast Alaska fishing lodge is on the outskirts of Craig, Alaska on the west coast of Prince of Wales Island, offering one of the shortest flights from Seattle to Alaska. Take the quickest route to incredible Southeast Alaska fishing at Shelter Cove Lodge!


Afognak Wilderness Lodge

Seal Bay, Alaska

View +1 (800) 478 - 6442

Reel in a Kodiak island prize from Afognak Wilderness Lodge. The waters of Kodiak, Alaska are only fished by a lucky handful. Count yourself among the lucky angling few and fish the Kodiak, Alaska streams and estuaries known for sockeye, pink, and silver salmon, rainbow, steelhead, and dolly varden trout. Or, sample the North Pacific bounty ranging from bottom fish to shellfish. A first-class catch in summer may include halibut, sea bass, or whatever else strays from the South Pacific waters.