Best Alaska Fishing Lodges
Preferred Fishing Lodges in Alaska
Alaska's Fish Tales Lodge
Fishing the Neck Lake outlet silver salmon run is an experience every angler should have. The run is 50,000 fish strong and begins as early as mid-June! Alaska's Fish Tales Lodge is located on the best hole of the outlet and offers prime opportunity to fly- and spin fishermen alike. Gregg and Christine Cook and their children Meghan, Jared, and Nathaniel are committed to helping to make your stay a memorable one, whether you're coming to fish, hunt, or just enjoy the incredible Prince of Wales Island and its breathtaking vistas and wildlife.
Alaska SeaScape Lodge
The Alaska SeaScape Fishing Lodge combines the top-quality fishing trips that Jimmie Jack has been known for the past 20 years with the amenities of a five-star property and all-inclusive meals. The lodge is centrally located on the Kenai Peninsula among the great fisheries of the area, and our Seward combo trips, as well as our halibut trips, are held in Cook Inlet.
Alaska Sportsman's Lodge
A trio of incredible fishing destinations, the Alaska's Sportsman's Lodges are made of up the Alaska Sportsman's Lodge, located on the Kvichak River near Lake Iliamna, the Alaska Sportsman's Bear Trail Lodge, located on the Naknek River near King Salmon, and the Bristol Bay Lodge, located on the Lake Aleknagik near Dillingham. All three offer professional staff, first-class accommodations, a strong concern for safety, 5-star restaurant quality food, and the assurance that you will be able to fish everyday.
Alaska Remote Lodges
Live the Alaskan dream; a house on the water with a rental boat waiting at the dock, ready to go on a self guided fishing adventure or exploring! Located in a calm cove on a beautiful beach with a private fishing pier we are just minutes away from the prime salmon and halibut fishing grounds. Dungeness crab are thick in the bay just a 15 minute boat ride away. Crab pots and cooker are provided!
Our location on the tidewater section of the Alagnak River means that we have great fishing right off our shoreline, even right off the dock! The Alagnak River is well known for a wide variety of healthy fish. We utilize 6 guide boats, 6 guides, and take only 12 guests per week. This makes our fishing program very easy to customize according to the guests' wishes. We offer 9 hours of guided fishing every day, and if that is not enough, we will take guests out after dinner until our 9pm curfew. If this is too much time fishing and not enough time relaxing, no problem– we let the guests dictate how much time they want to fish.
Angry Eagle Lodge
The Angry Eagle Lodge is constructed of cedar logs and features six private bedrooms—four of which have two queen beds, and the other two rooms each have a queen bed and two full beds. Each bedroom also has a private bathroom and shower. Angry Eagle Lodge accommodates groups of 12 to 14 people per week and includes satellite TV and Wi-Fi. Fish species include all five Pacific salmon, arctic char, arctic grayling, northern pike, and rainbow trout.
Aniak Air Guides
Experience the adventure of a lifetime in the remote and scenic backcountry of the Yukon-Kuskokwim / Bristol Bay regions of western / southwestern Alaska. Aniak Air Guides has been offering Alaskan Wilderness Adventures since 1995. Their lodge is located in the village of Aniak, 350 miles west of the nearest road system. They are surrounded by breathtaking scenery that provides the quintessential Alaskan experience - it doesn't get any wilder than this! All five species of pacific salmon, rainbow trout, lake trout, arctic char, dolly varden, arctic grayling, pike, and sheefish are all very abundant in this remote and scenic area of Alaska. With hundreds of great fishing locations within a 1 hr flight of the village, you're sure to find just the right remote Alaskan float trip, or location, for just about any species of fish you'd like to target. Self-guided DIY float trips are their specialty, and customizing your adventure is their pleasure, so don't hesitate if you have any questions!
Come join us for awesome sport fishing on the Mulchatna River. Located in the Bristol Bay area of western Alaska, the Mulchatna River feeds the mighty Nushagak River, which boasts some of the highest salmon runs in the world. The Mulchatna River is a breeding ground for all five species of pacific salmon as well as world-class rainbow trout, Dolly Varden, grayling and pike. We've got it all - quality, quantity, variety and we are the only established lodge on the Mulchatna River with easy access to the Koktuli and Stuyahok rivers.
Based on the Egegik River, Becharof Lodge and Outfitters provides full-service fishing adventures. The first lodge sits about three miles downstream from Becharof Lake on the Alaska Peninsula, and is in prime location for ptarmigan hunting.The other lodge sits within view of the river's lagoon, providing immediate access to the lower river and long hours of fighting coho.
Bent Prop Lodge
Bent Prop Lodge is located in Shulin Lake, Alaska, and is offering you an Alaska fishing trip of a lifetime! Fly into our lodge and stay for a few days while you go out fishing for rainbow trout, king salmon, silver salmon, and more of Alaska's famed fish. Enjoy the beautiful glacier scenery as well as bears, moose, and sheep.
Eagle's Peak Lodge
Eagle's Peak Lodge features four spacious bedrooms that each have two queen beds and a private bathroom and shower. This 6,000-square-foot lodge boasts a picturesque great room that’s situated on a bluff overlooking Lake Iliamna—the ideal spot to enjoy hors ‘dourves and drinks followed by an upscale dinner. Eagle’s Peak Lodge accommodates groups of six to eight people per week and includes satellite TV and Wi-Fi. Fish species include all five Pacific salmon, arctic char, arctic grayling, northern pike, and rainbow trout.
Eshamy Bay Lodge
Eshamy Bay Lodge is located in Prince William Sound by boat or floatplane, and while the remote location is sure to give you a true Alaska wilderness experience, the lodge is also filled with the sort of comforts you don’t want to give up, such as heated rooms, hot showers, flushing toilets and freshly prepared meals created and served to you each day. The lodge has a maximum capacity of 8- to 12 guests and the limited size enables personalized service.
Fish Kodiak Adventures
Anglers from all over the world recognize Kodiak Island, Alaska as one of the world's Premier fishing vacation destinations. Whether fighting Trophy King salmon, Giant Halibut, Huge Ling cod, drag burning Coho Salmon in the Saltwater or fishing Coho, Sockeye, Dolly Varden & Rainbow trout in the freshwater. Fish Kodiak Adventures and A River Inn at Pasagshak is the place you want to take your Alaska Fishing Vacation.
Glacier Bear Lodge
Whether it’s that world class Alaska Fishing trip you’ve always wanted to go on, or just simply a chance to get away from it all, Glacier Bear Lodge can accommodate you. Located in Yakutat, Alaska, our lodge has all the amenities and activities to experience a true Alaska vacation.
Icy Bay Lodge
Virtually inaccessible to anyone else, Icy Bay Lodge is located 60 miles from the town of Yakutat and any other lodges. They are truly remote and raw Alaska. The only other folks you see all week are other guests from the lodge!
Katmailand / Angler's Paradise Lodges
Since 1950, the "Angler's Paradise Lodges" have offered freshwater sport fishing. Katmailand operates the only lodging concessions inside Katmai National Park authorized by the National Park Service, right next to the world-famous Brooks Falls with unsurpassed bear viewing! Excursions to the volcanic Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, the abundance of wildlife in the park and the incredible fishing opportunities make Katmai National Park an amazing Alaska destination. The Angler's Paradise Lodges are the standard of excellence, located in spectacular wilderness settings with superb fishing on the home waters next to each lodge. Centrally positioned in the best trout and salmon fishing area of Alaska, the lodges give Angler's Paradise guests the best access to miles of breathtaking lakes and streams in the area.
Kenai Riverside Lodge
Located on the upper banks of the Kenai River in Southcentral, Kenai Riverside Lodge is in the heart of some of Alaska's most productive fishing country. You will find them two hours south of Anchorage in the scenic town of Cooper Landing, Alaska. Enjoy a fine meal and trade stories at the day's end in their newly renovated log lodge and relax in one of the surrounding eight guest cabins. Only a few paces away from your cabin door, you'll find the upper Kenai River -- the best in sockeye salmon, silver salmon, rainbow trout and Dolly Varden fishing.
Leonard's Landing Lodge
The waterfront location of Leonard’s Landing Lodge is dominated by the view of the spectacular Wrangell-St. Elias Mountains that stretch from West to East just north of Yakutat, Alaska. Yakutat is located on Monti Bay along the south side of Yakutat Bay not far from where it cuts in from the Gulf of Alaska. At the head of the bay is the Hubbard Glacier, the largest tidewater glacier in the world. The lodge is made up of 8 waterfront cabin style units and 3 larger units that are all equipped with cooking facilities and private baths. Hotel rooms are also offered for the budget minded traveler and guests now have access to a common kitchen and barbecuing deck with propane barbecue.
Located on Prince of Wales Island in southeast Alaska, two miles by water from the town of Thorne Bay, McFarland's Floatel is accessibly remote. You may arrive by float plane, boat, or car. Jim & Jeannie McFarland are happy to help guests with travel ideas. Experiencing Southeast's beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife can be done right from your private log cabin on the waterfront. At low tide, beachcombers can view firsthand the many varieties of underwater sea life that inhabit the water. You can saltwater fish for several varieties of salmon, halibut, and other bottom fish. Crab pots are available for your use and three edible varieties of clams are within a quick boating distance.
Monti Bay Lodge & Resort
Opening to the Gulf of Alaska with a line of rocky reef stretching across its mouth, Yakutat Bay is home to a large and diverse population of sea life and a warm Kuroshio current. The waters are rich in nutrients, feeding sea creatures and fish like herring, rockfish, lingcod, halibut and salmon. Turn inland and you’ll find the famous Situk River, known world-wide for steelhead, king, sockeye, pink, and silver salmon runs. Here you’ll find the things that people who fish can appreciate – dry off rooms, space for gear, vacuum packers, and easy boat rentals. Their amenities are designed for Alaska nights and early mornings – blackout shades, extra blankets, coffee makers that can serve a crowd. And when the day is done, relax in large spaces – whether around the fire, or around the BBQ overlooking the bay.
Nushagak River Adventures
Fish the Nushagak River for Trophy King Salmon or fly out to a remote location for kings, silvers, or sockeye salmon on the fly. They fish multiple pristine remote Alaska rivers all summer. If you have been dreaming about hooking and landing a double digit trout, fighting a monster king salmon or playing the acrobatic silver salmon you have found the place.
Reel Action Alaska Lodge
We realize your Alaskan fishing experience is extremely important to you. The amount of effort you put into the planning, the cost, the time you take off all weigh on your decision. You want this trip to be the best possible experience. Our guides are kind people and passionate fishermen and we will flat out work our hardest to outperform your expectations. The Kanektok (aka the Chosen River) is a fly fisherman’s dream. The river is the perfect size and provides outstanding spawning grounds for all five species of Alaskan Pacific salmon. A magical place by any account, its ability to support wildlife and sustain natural populations of WILD fish truly set it apart. In the clear waters of the Kanektok, anglers will find king, coho, sockeye, chum and pink salmon, as well as trophy-sized native rainbow trout, arctic char, grayling, and dolly varden. Please visit our website and give us a call.
Sea Otter Sound Lodge
Our guests describe our lodge as “magical” and “…this is what I dreamed Alaska would be." Located 100 miles by float plane North West of Ketchikan, our lodge is nestled in an isolated cove on the north side of Heceta Island in Sea Otter Sound surrounded by spectacular wilderness scenery! In the remote Alaskan waters of Sea Otter Sound, we offer self guided fishing for the adventurous independent angler and guided fishing in the waters of the Pacific Ocean. Monster Halibut, Ling Cod, King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Pink Salmon, Red Snapper or Black Bass, our goal is to give you the fish catching adventure of a lifetime. We will tailor a package that fits your fishing abilities and preference.
Sportsman's Cove Lodge
Sportsman's Cove Lodge stands out from the rest in part due to the great pride they take in their handpicked Lodge team. Their philosophy of Service, Service, Service, instills a sense of ownership and pride in all who work there. Besides great service, you'll find breathtaking views and fabulous fishing. During your stay you'll be perched among the towering evergreens, eye-level with the eagles, looking down on the tranquil waters of the Cove. All rooms are spotless, and offer private baths and daily maid service.
Talarik Creek Lodge
Lake Iliamna is the largest freshwater lake in Alaska, and one of the largest in North America, approximately the size of one of the Great Lakes, but completely surrounded by wilderness. This is a highly regulated trout management area, and home to the world's largest salmon run. Here, in the Bristol Bay Watershed, you will find incomparable rainbow trout fishing, as well as lake trout, pike, dolly varden, arctic char and arctic grayling. Talarik Creek Lodge has all the transportation tools necessary to get you on the fish. Depending on species, season and drainage, as well as specific itineraries, boats, aircraft and 4-wheel drive vehicles are utilized to transport clients from the lodge to the fishing areas.
Thorne Bay Lodge
Thorne Bay Lodge, "Alaska's Best Kept Secret", is located on Prince of Wales Island and offers guided saltwater fishing for halibut and salmon and self-guided fishing on the world-famous rivers of the island. You have almost unlimited access to the island by way of the over 1,500 miles of road. The island is accessible by a 10-minute float plane ride from Ketchikan or a 3 hour ferry ride.
Togiak River Lodge
The Togiak River is unique in that it is more remote than most popular salmon fishing rivers and gets very little pressure. The Togiak River Lodge is the only lodge on the entire river and unlike many other salmon fishing locations, their king salmon fishery has not been affected by closures or restrictions. They catch 20 to 40 (or more) kings per boat, per day on average during the king season and silver salmon fishing is nothing less than spectacular.
The beautiful thing about Yakutat Lodge is that trips are tailored to the desires of the visitors. Fishing is always included in your package, so you can divvy up the number of days between the river and the salt. Or you can choose to tour and see some of the majestic Gulf Coast on trips like the flight-seeing tours of the Hubbard Glacier. The lodge is rustic, and rooms are clean and comfortable, each with a private bath. All rooms accommodate up to four persons. The full-service dining room offers a variety of items, including a daily breakfast of your choice and a full dinner of anything on the menu. The Yakutat Lodge is the closest lodge to the Situk River and other fishing hot spots. Fly-outs literally originate from the front door, with offered packages that include fishing. They prepare, fillet, freeze, and box your catch in custom fish boxes. They’ll even prepare any trophies for shipment to your favorite taxidermist.