Top Alaska Salmon Fishing Resorts
Island Point Lodge
Superior salmon fishing with an abundance of unforgettable natural surroundings- that's Island Point Lodge in a nutshell!
Visitors from all over the world come to Alaska for the pristine wildlife and abundant fish- Island Pointe's incredible accommodations are just a cherry on top. Here you'll be fishing the beautiful waters of the Alaskan Inland Seaway, which include Ducan Canal, Frederick Sound, Wrangell Narrows and Sumner Straights, and in those pristine waters you'll find King Salmon, Coho Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Pink Salmon, Chum Salmon, Cutthroat trout, Dolly Varden trout, Halibut, and even some Steelhead. Whew- that's a lot! Fly fishing, deep sea fishing, or just casting off the dock are all viable ways to enjoy your experience- Island Pointe's opulent accommodations will be waiting for you when you finish!
The fishing hours are unlimited, not like those of guided camps where fishing times are scheduled!
Within five to forty-five minutes from the lodge, there are several rivers offering the spinner, caster and fly fisherman the opportunity to catch one or more of several species of salmon and trout.
Air transportation is by jet aircraft to Petersburg, AK. Island Point lodge personnel will meet you at the airport and transport you by van and boat to the fishing lodge.close
Salmon Falls Resort
If you're looking for somewhere dedicate to Salmon-related excellence, why not start with the place with "Salmon" in its name?
Salmon Falls Resort, that is! Built with the passionate sports fishermen in mind, the resort combines splendid fishing with personalized services, luxury amenities, and spacious accommodations like few others do. The on-staff guides are eager to show you the ropes- set out on any of the resort’s 24’ cabin cruisers, find the fish, and reel in the big one! Whatever you manage to land can be taken to the on-site fish processing center to clean, freeze and pack for return home. While they do so, why not do some shopping along Creek Street, kayaking, hiking, whale-watching or simply gathering around our fire pits with a hot toddy in hand?
16707 N Tongass Hwy, Ketchikan, AK 99901
Salmon Falls Fishing Resort is a true, full-service hotel with a restaurant and bar that consistently earn rave reviews from both guests and locals.
Trolling with rigged herring is the favored method of angling in saltwater.close
Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge
King Salmon, Alaska
The friendly and knowledgeable staff of Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge can help even the least skilled fishermen land the big one!
Approximately 280 miles from Anchorage, and nestled snugly within the Bristol Bay watershed, Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge is also perched on the banks of the world-famous Naknek River. That gives it unfettered access to the superb fishing the area is known for! Personal attention and extreme hospitality, as there are at most 14 guests on the property at any one time. If you require more hop on a float plane and head out to the southwestern peninsula. There you'll find more natural splendor and teeming shoals than you can shake a rod at!
11 Alaska Peninsula Hwy, King Salmon, AK 99613
King Salmon is service and shipment center for the commercial red salmon and sport fishing industries. Who'd of thunk?!
In the 1930s, the U.S. government built an air navigation silo at the site of present-day King Salmon.close
Salmon Catcher Lodge
What more needs to be said? Salmon Catcher Lodge will do exactly what you'd think it would do- show you where and how to reel in a big pink Salmon!
As one of the Kenai Peninsula’s premier fishing lodges, guest's expectations of Salmon Catcher Lodge are typically sky high coming in. Time and time again, the Lodge shows them an unforgettable experience! Stay in the finest handcrafted spruce log cabins, each tastefully decorated to embrace Alaska’s great outdoors. Meanwhile, the lodge's fishing guides can guide you to some of the best Salmon hotspots in all the great state of Alaska!
37911 Ralph Ln, Kenai, AK 99611
There is a free airport or train station shuttle.
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Free fish storage in their walk in cooler whether your a guest or not. This is a fantastic deal for everyone.close
Great Alaska Adventures
What do you get when you combine three decades of experience, gorgeous natural surroundings, and exquisite fishing? Great Alaska Adventures, of course!
Explore the Kenai Peninsula whilst plumbing its depths to your heart's content! Great Alaska Adventures top-notch staff and facilities will make your trip an unforgettable one. The surrounding waters are home to more than two dozen target fish species, including Kenai river King salmon, Kasilof river King salmon, Kenai River Sockeye Salmon, Kenai River Silver Salmon and Kenai River Pink salmon, Long story short: if you're a fan of Salmon, you'll be a fan of Great Alaska Adventures!
33881 Sterling Hwy, Sterling, AK 99672
Great Alaska Adventures offers independent 2-5 day stays plus overnights are included in many of the amazing 5-7 day Alaska Adventures.
Since 2010, Great Alaska Adventures has been certified as a sustainable Travel Destination from Adventure Green Alaska!close
Jimmie Jack's Alaska Fishing Lodge
Jimmie Jack himself invites you and everyone you know to come experience fishing as it was meant to be- surrounded by Mother Nature's glory!
With its collection of boats, gear, and captains, it's supremely simple to get here, get out, and get the big one! Once you're out there, you'll be fishing for Kenai River king salmon, Kasilof River king salmon, Sockeye Salmon, and Silver Salmon (among others). Add in incredible hospitality, prepared breakfast, lunch, and fine-dining in the evening, complimentary wine, drinks, and appetizers, and a spectacular beachfront location and you have a destination that should be at the top of any angler's list!
36065 Reef Dr, Kenai, AK 99611
The lodge has plenty in the way of all-inclusive meals for breakfast, lunch, and fine-dining in the evening. There's also complimentary wine, drinks, and appetizers.
There's also complimentary Wi-Fi!close
Soldotna B&B Lodge and Alaska Fishing Charters
Soldotna B&B Lodge and Alaska Fishing Charters, though a mouthful, makes it simple to get out and get busy fishing the spectacular Kenai River!
The Kenai is often teeming with King Salmon, Red Salmon, Silver Salmon, Pink Salmon, Halibut and Trophy Rainbow Trout. The staff at Soldotna will be happy to show you the ropes of salmon drift boat fishing on the Kasilof, trophy rainbow trout fishing on the Kenai, fly-out fishing, or whatever your vice might be. Rest assured knowing that after a long day out on the water, you'll be returning to accommodations worth of royalty!
399 Lovers Ln, Soldotna, AK 99669
The bed-and-breakfast is one mile from downtown, and 0.8 miles from the Soldotna Historical Society and Museum.
There's a communal sunroom overlooking the river, plus a deck with barbecue grills and a guest-use fishing freezer.close
While other Lodges might rent out big boats or take float planes to remote locations, the proprietors of Northwoods think that the absolute best fishing is done right where they are.
Looking for an incredibly personalized experience for you and a small group? The Northwoods Lodge could be right up your alley. This small, family-owned business is based in the village of Skwentna, Alaska, and takes pride in their personal service, dedication to good fishing, and unbridled hospitality. The Lodge is located on Fish Lakes Creek, but fishing is also done at the nearby Lake Creek and Yetna Rivers. Salmon is the primary target here, but fishing for trout, grayling, and northern pike are all options as well. Interested in fly fishing, but never done it before? The Northwoods Lodge will has several G-Loomis fly rods, and your personal guide will be more than happy to show you the ropes. The cabins are modest, but quaint, and more than enough for a vacation where you'll be spending a majority of your time outside. Imagine you, your guide, and three of your best friends knee deep in a glacier-fed crystal-clear stream, hearing the occasional tapping of a woodpecker and swish of a cast. And nothing else. Serenity is tough to find, but Northwoods Lodge is a great place to start.
P.O. Box 56 Skwentna, Alaska 99667
Believe it or not, when measured for the 2010 census the population of Skwenta was 37.
The lodge is situated 144 feet above sea level.close
King Salmon Lodge
King Salmon, Southwest Alaska
When it comes to fishing for Salmon , why would you settle for anything less than the king? King Salmon Lodge is fishing royalty!
Perfectly situated on the bank of the Naknek River, you barely have to step out the door to find exquisite angling. There's a total of five species of salmon you can plumb the depths for, plus trophy rainbows, arctic char, grayling and northern pike to boot. If you're a neophyte angler, there are professional fishing guides onsite to show you the ropes. If the river isn't enough, you can even fly-out to the many rivers, lakes and streams in the area. Meanwhile, King Salmon offers 18 modern, comfortable rooms with private baths, two suites and seven guest cabins. If there's a term for it, it's "Rustic Luxury"!
King Salmon Lodge is a short scenic 15 minute float plane flight to Katmai National Park, where you can see Alaskan Coastal Brown Bears or the fabulous Valley of 10,000 Smokes.
Watch as bears stand atop the falls and grab jumping salmon right out of the air. It's a wildlife photographer's and outdoor enthusiast's dream come true.
Katmai was originally established as a monument in 1918 to protect the volcanically devastated region surrounding Mount Katmai and the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes.close
Angry Eagle Lodge & Outfitters
Pedro Bay, Alaska
If you're ready for an unforgettable experience (and let's face it, who isn't) look no further than Salmon Fishing at Angry Eagle Lodge!
Angry Eagle's knowledgeable guides can offer assistance and insight to fly and spinning anglers of all experience levels, so there's no reason to be apprehensive! From the moment you arrive, dive right into the prodigious fishing the lodge provides. Accommodations are spacious and spotless, and the perfect place to relax with a beer and appetizers after a long day on the water. Meanwhile, the onsite chef will prepare a gourmet meal of king crab, prime rib, or inch-thick pork chops- you'll feel like royalty! You and Mpther Nature have some reconnecting to do- and there's no better way to do so than Salmon fishing at Angry Eagle!
30 Burton Hills Blvd #325, Nashville, TN 37215
Angry Eagle Lodge accommodates groups of 12 to 14 people per week and includes satellite TV and Wi-Fi.
The Lodge was originally named Rainbow Bay Resort when it was built in 1984.close
Alaska Rainbow Lodge
Alaska Rainbow Lodge has easy access to more than 3,000 square miles of the Iliamna-Katmai watershed at its beck and call. Just step outside your gorgeous accommodations and get to it!
While all types of fishing are excellent here, Rainbow Lodge truly excels at the timeless art of fly fishing. River fishing is plentiful here, with more than 30 different rivers and streams in the area, most of which feature world-class Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char, Silver Salmon, King Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, and Grayling. The Lodge also flies out daily with multiple aircraft, if you're trying to get REALLY remote. Meanwhile, it's a load off your mind that you'll be returning to luxury lodging and world-class dining at Alaska Rainbow Lodge!
Ten miles upriver, Levelock, AK 99625
After you catch the big one, put your mind at ease! The Lodge can take care of all packaging, vacuum sealing, smoking of your salmon! You'll then take it home in airline-approved, wet-lock boxes.
The Lodge is still under its original owner, who has more than 50 years experience!close
Big Sky Charter & Fishcamp
Anglers both young and old will find plenty to love at scenic Big Sky Charter & Fishcamp!
Deep in the heart of King Salmon country sits Big Sky Charter, filled to the brim with tradition and luxury. The neighboring Kenai River is famous for its King Salmon fishing, and Big Sky's knowledgeable guides will show you the best spots to reel in the big one. Bring your own fishing equipment or partake in the lodge's exquisite rentals, and spend a day out on the river relaxing and fighting the fish in equal measure. Afterwards, return to your exceptionally cozy quarters to recharge, then do it all again in the morning!
38050 Greatland St, Sterling, AK 99672
Kenai Fjords National Park is on the southern end of the Kenai Peninsula. With massive glaciers and abundant wildlife, the Fjords are a great place to enjoy the scenery.
The Kenai Peninsula has many beautiful hiking opportunities, all within reach from Big Sky!close
Elfin Cove Resort
Elfin Cove, Alaska
Anglers and sightseers alike will find in Elfin Cover Resort an unforgettable Salmon experience!
While the area surrounding Elfin Cove sports a variety of native fish species (including ginormous Pacific halibut that range from 20 lbs to over 300 lbs), the premier fishing experience is salmon. From King to Sockeye, you'll be chomping at the bit to get going from the moment your floatplane splashes down. Guests are absolutely blown away by the natural beauty surrounding Elfin Cove- and there's no better way to enjoy than sitting in a boat with a rod in your hand!
1 Glacier View Dr, Elfin Cove, AK 99825
Fish aboard one of the lodge's six boats, ranging from 30 to 36 feet.
The onsite professional fishing guides are all seasoned sport fishers who enjoy getting guests "into the bite"!close
Deep Creek Fishing Club
Spacious luxury accommodations offering panoramic views of Cook Inlet's snow-capped mountains- it's like something out of a dream. But it doesn't have to be. Make it a reality at Deep Creek Fishing Club!
This incredible Alaska fishing getaway combines the rustic with the luxurious. Inside each oceanfront cabin you'll find old hickory beds, mini refrigerators, satellite television, and more. Of course, the food is spectacular as well, whether you're in the mood for king crab, USDA prime beef, or the catch of the day. Scarf down a hearty meal after an exhaustively fun day of fishing! Deep Creek offers both salt and fresh water options, as well as fly-out adventures and fly-fishing. The sky is the limit!
67480 Halibut Rd, Ninilchik, AK 99639
It is not unusual to see 30-50 bears in a day. Observe them in action as they congregate at salmon-infested creeks to gorge on fish or wander on the sandy beaches, digging up clams. Also enjoy a mountain-top or beach front shore lunch surrounded by natural beauty.
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The lodge can provide all the saltwater & spinning fishing rods, reels and tackle that you will need.close
King Salmon, Alaska
High atop a bluff overlooking the wild and scenic Alagnak River, the Alagnak Lodge offers a memorable experience for fisherpeople both young and old!
Bristol Bay is home to the world’s largest salmon migration, and each summer millions of wild salmon pass through its frigid blue waters. For those interested in reeling in a sizable Sockeye, all you need to do is hop into a boat and head a couple minutes downriver! There are a grand total of five different types of salmon in the water, and your friendly guides will teach you the tips and tricks necessary to land one for yourself. Meanwhile the rustic decor and oodles of modern amenities will keep you in incredible comfort!
The population of King Salmon was 374 as of 2010
Spinner fishing isn't you're only option when planning a trip at Alagnak Lodge. Fly fishing and spey fishing are also popular in the area. The expert guides will show you the ropes if these fishing types are unfamiliar.
Fishing isn't the only activity you'll enjoy during your next trip to Alagnak Lodge. They also offer sightseeing and photography opportunities for travelers looking to capture unforgettable moments.close