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Anchorage Hotels

Alex Hotel & Suites
(907) 243-3131
Featuring oversized, renovated guest rooms, the Alex Hotel & Suites are 100% non-smoking and located just one mile from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. Among other services and amenities, the hotel offers free airport shuttle service to the international airport, Lake Hood Seaplane Base, Merrill Field and the Alaska Railroad station in downtown Anchorage, making it an ideal base for travelers taking part in a range of adventures. They provide a walk-in freezer for their customers who are fishing and hunting or shopping in Anchorage from out of town. They have WiFi and air conditioned guest rooms.

Best Western Golden Lion Hotel
(907) 561-1522
Offering a casual-dining restaurant and bar, a 24/7 fitness center, free WiFi, flat-screen televisions and complimentary parking, the Best Western Golden Lion is a great place to book your next stay in Anchorage. With a friendly staff, spacious rooms and luxurious bedding, the hotel is located just off the highway in midtown, with easy access to the airport or downtown Anchorage, which is only three miles away.

Coast International Inn
(800) 716-6199
Fronted by two totem poles, Anchorage’s Coast International Inn neighbors Lake Spenard just 2.3 miles from Ted Stevens International Airport and about four miles from downtown. A huge highlight for outdoor adventurers is the walk-in freezer available for guest use, while the hotel also boasts laundry facilities, making it an ideal stopping point after your excursion into the bush. Classic, casual rooms are equipped with free WiFi, and the hotel also offers a complimentary 24-hour airport shuttle. Hearty food and great drinks are available at Pipers Restaurant, and there is also Pipers Lounge with eight dedicated sports televisions and a patio where you can take in views of Lake Hood and the surrounding mountains.

Puffin Inn
(907) 243-4044
Puffin Inn of Anchorage, located near Ted Stevens International Airport and downtown Anchorage offers not only a great location and services, but also amenities designed with your comfort and needs in mind.

Ramada Inn Anchorage
(907) 272-7561
Location is everything and the Ramada Inn in Anchorage is located within walking distance to Ship Creek. Make the most of your Anchorage layover when you fish a couple extra days for kings or silvers at Ship Creek. You are in easy walking distance from everything and you can eat breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Slippery Salmon Restaurant right inside the Ramada.

The Lakefront Anchorage
(907) 243-2300
Guests can enjoy drinks on the lakeside deck while watching the floatplanes take off and land on Lake Hood, the world’s busiest floatplane base. Located just one mile from Ted Stevens International Airport and four miles from downtown, guest rooms are newly renovated and spacious, featuring an upscale, lodge-like feel. Casual, all-day fare is available at the Fancy Moose Restaurant, while fresh Alaskan seafood awaits at the Flying Machine Restaurant. The Deck at Lake Hood is a popular summer spot. Flightseeing operators and fishing guides pick-up daily at the hotel’s own dock. The Lakefront Anchorage has been the official host hotel of the Iditarod since 1988.

Anchorage Airlines, Air Taxi Services, and Fly-out Fishing Outfitters

Alaska Air Charter & Transport
(907) 243-3944
Located on Lake Hood, Alaska Air Charter operates year-round using a fleet of airplanes including a Piper Navajo, two Cessna 207’s, a DeHavilland Otter, and two Short SC-7 Skyvans to provide a wide range of services including transportation for anglers and hunters, bear viewing, flight seeing, charter service and scheduled commuter flights to Seldovia.

(800) 448-4226
PenAir is one of the largest regional airlines in Alaska, currently offering regular service to ten communities in western Alaska from its headquarters in Anchorage, and it’s one of the largest leasers of Saab 340 aircraft in the United States. In all, the PenAir fleet consists of 15 Saab 340s (two all-cargo and 13 with 30-passenger capacity), as well as six Piper Saratogas (PA32 and PA32R), each with a passenger capacity of five. “The Spirit of Alaska” is written on the side of every airplane in the fleet, which indicates a commitment to extend the kind of cooperative spirit that has characterized life in bush Alaska. It’s this helping hand that should be of interest to those seeking an avenue into the bush, where their wilderness adventure can begin. For anglers traveling throughout the western part of the state, PenAir should already be well-known, as their daily service to regional hubs such as Dillingham and King Salmon is one of the most common, comfortable and reliable ways to reach the great fisheries of Bristol Bay. Add in service to more far-flung destinations, among them Aniak and Unalakleet, and farther down the Alaska Peninsula, Cold Bay, Sand Point and Dutch Harbor/Unalaska, and anglers can use PenAir to fly within a decent cast of some of the best fishing in North America.

Ravn Alaska
(907) 266-8394
Formerly Era Alaska, Ravn Alaska provides access to some of the Last Frontier’s most famous destinations, including Anchorage, Fairbanks, Bethel, Cordova, Homer, Valdez, Kenai, Kodiak and beyond. In all, Ravn offers scheduled service to more than 100 communities statewide, service for passenger groups and odd-sized cargo up to 6,000 pounds, and has charter authority for anywhere in Alaska, Canada and throughout the Lower 48.

Regal Air
(907) 243-8535
Regal Air, located at Lake Hood in Anchorage, offers flight services for residents and visitors fishing, hunting and adventuring in the backcountry. They offer regularly scheduled flight seeing tours all over the state including trips to Denali, glacier tours and shore excursions to view Katmai National Park brown bears.  Regal Air pilots are highly regarded and the company has an excellent safety record.

Trail Ridge Air
(907) 248-0838
Trail Ridge Air is a long-standing air taxi service owned and operated by the Jensen family for the last 17 years. They are based from Lake Hood and provide flight-seeing tours, bear-viewing, fly-out fishing, float trip transportation and charter flights. Their fly-out fishing program includes guided angling on Lake Creek or non-guided angling on Alexander Lake. Float trip destinations include rivers in the Susitna Valley, Lake Clark, Katmai and the Mulchatna, Kuskokwim and Nushagak drainages. They operate on a year-round basis and utilize a fleet of two DeHavilland Beavers, a Cessna 206 and a Piper PA-12, which gives them the ability to meet the needs of a wide range of clients.

Anchorage Fly & Tackle Shops and Outdoor Retailers

Alaska H2O Sports
Alaska H2O Sports features great inflatables by Achilles and will be adding more manufacturers soon.

Mossy’s Fly Shop
(907) 770-2666
Owned and operated by Mike Brown, Mossy’s Fly Shop carries only the highest-qualityselection of rods, reels, lines and fly-fishing accessories—and even if you’ve got all your gear needs covered, it’s a great place to stop for a cup of coffee to hear the latest and greatest on fishing in Alaska. Visitors might also be interested in Mossy’s Simms Wader rental program; for $20 per day (waders) and $10 per day (wading boots), you can get outfitted with the right waders for your fishing in the area, negating the need to pack all your gear on the airplane.

Sportsman’s Warehouse
(907) 644-1400
Known nationwide as the outdoor recreation retailer for all your apparel, footwear, equipment and accessory needs, whether purchasing for adults or kids, Sportsman’s Warehouse offers a conveniently located Anchorage store, which is the ideal starting point for those taking off into the bush from Alaska’s largest city. Regardless of your passion—fishing, hunting, camping, eco-trekking; all the above—you can bet they have what you need here.

The Bait Shack
(907) 522-3474
Ship Creek’s only one-stop shop for fishing rentals, bait, tackle and snacks, The Bait Shack has everything you need for a day’s salmon fishing on Anchorage’s premier urban stream, from rods and reels to hip boots. They offer instruction and guiding. For winter visitors, also available for rent are complete ice-fishing kits, which include sleds, augers, chairs, ice-fishing rod-and-reel setups and tackle.

Anchorage Restaurants

Bridge Seafood
(907) 644-8300
Overlooking Ship Creek, Bridge Seafood focuses on Alaskan seafood including salmon, halibut, rockfish, crab, shrimp, and oysters. All of their entreés are served with their smoked salmon spread, sourdough rolls and all-you-can-eat starter bar which includes tanner crab, smoked salmon and fresh salads.

Club Paris
(907) 277-6332
This downtown restaurant has been a landmark for over 50 years and specializes in thick cuts of beef as well as seafood including crab, halibut, clams, scallops and prawns. They consistently rank as one of Anchorage’s top restaurants and they have a loyal following of locals who dine with them

Gwennies Old Alaska Restaurant
(907) 243-2090
Gwennies has been an Anchorage destination for over 30 years and specializes in home-style cooking and enormous portions. The decor and service make it a favorite of locals and visitors.

Kincaid Grill
(907) 243-0507
This upscale eatery features fresh Alaskan seafood, specialty meats, incredible appetizers and equally awesome deserts. It’s fine dining, but in a laid back atmosphere. There is an ample selection of wine and beer on tap and their staff offers excellent service. Executive Chef Drew Johnson and Owner Chef Al Levinsohn are dialed in when it comes to running a great restaurant with incredible food.

Slippery Salmon Bar & Grill
(907) 334-8410
Full service bar, free parking, and a great outdoor deck with an amazing view of Sleeping Lady!

Anchorage Boat Dealers

Alaska Mining & Diving Supply
Alaska Mining & Diving Supply (AMDS) is Alaska’s premier dealer for Can-Am, Evinrude, Honda, Jetcraft, Lowe, Ski-Doo, Sea-Doo, C-Dory Boats, Sea Sport Boats and Yamaha. They offer ATVs, boats, generators, metal detectors, mining equipment, outboards, snowmobiles and watercraft, and they service what they sell. They’ve been dedicated to satisfying their customers since 1976 and can help you find the perfect equipment.

Dewey’s Cook Inlet
(907) 344-5092
Alaska’s largest marine dealer, Dewey’s is your one-stop shop for Yamaha outboards, EZ Loader trailers, HewesCraft, Duckworth, Sea Ark, G-3, Lund and River Hawk boats. For more than 50 years now, Dewey’s has been serving Alaska’s boating crowd and continues to lead the way, specializing in only the best marine products. Located in Anchorage at 311 E. 76th Avenue.

Anchorage Fishing Guide Services

FishHound Expeditions
(907) 382-1802
FishHound Expeditions is a guide owned, guide operated company serving some of Alaskas’ best rivers.  With over 30 years of combined guiding experience we are truly FishHounds!  We have taken our years of experience and found the best fishing for our clients through multiple outfitters and have gained permits for our most favorite and remote rivers, these are “the guides choice” rivers.  No matter the length of your trip, from one day to ten our experienced, knowledgeable, and passionate guides will “guide” you to your Alaskan trip of a lifetime.

The Bait Shack
(907) 522-3474
Ship Creek’s only one-stop shop for fishing rentals, bait, tackle and snacks, The Bait Shack has everything you need for a day’s salmon fishing on Anchorage’s premier urban stream, from rods and reels to hip boots. They offer instruction and guiding. For winter visitors, also available for rent are complete ice-fishing kits, which include sleds, augers, chairs, ice-fishing rod-and-reel setups and tackle.

Women’s Flyfishing®
Experience Alaska with the fly-fishing experts. Women’s Flyfishing® is dedicated to helping women learn and enjoy the sport of fly fishing in a supportive and non-competitive environment.

Anchorage Vehicle Rentals 

Midnight Sun Car and Van Rental
(888) 877-3585
Midnight Sun  provides late model cars, trucks, vans and SUV’s as well as 7-, 8-, 12- and 15-passenger vans. They are located close to the airport and offer competitive rates as well as local hotel pickup and return. Their facility is very nice and so are their staff. It is one of few Alaskan-owned rental cars companies in Anchorage.

Anchorage Miscellaneous Services

Alaska Airmen Association
The Alaska Airmen’s Association, established in 1951, is the largest general aviation organization in Alaska and is one of the largest GA groups in the country with over 2000 active members. It is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 membership based organization whose sole purpose is to protect, preserve, and promote general aviation.

Alaska Camper Van Conversions
Alaska Camper Van Conversions can custom build you anything from a well-insulated heated shell with a bed to a fully decked out van or enclosed trailer with all the amenities of home. Whether you are an avid mountain, road, or  fat tire biker, paddle boarder, rock climber, fisherman, skier, camper, into ATV’s or are just looking for a high quality motor home with a small footprint, they can design, fabricate, and finish one to your specific needs.

Alaska Diesel Electric
Alaska Diesel Electric is the Alaskan distributor for Northern Lights generator sets, John Deere, and Deutz industrial engines and parts, Magnum and HIPOWER enclosed skids and trailer sets, Baldor generators, Newage, and Marathon generator ends.

Alaska Fur Exchange
Their Alaska gift inventory includes the largest collection of museum-quality gifts available in Alaska. If you can’t find the item that you are looking for, contact them and they will see what they have for you!

Adventures in Eye Care
(907) 333-6040
Dr Brian Cin and staff provide vision care services and products in East Anchorage.  They offer lens and frames, contact lens, vision correction,  and diagnose and treat eye diseases, eye conditions and vision problems. Like many Fish Alaska magazine advertisers, Dr. Cin is an avid angler.

Alaska Performance RV & Marine
(907) 522-8965
Founded by Tim Anderson in 1997, AK Performance RV & Marine has provided service to RV and marine customers in the Anchorage Bowl. They offer a wide range of RV services, are the factory outlet for Bigfoot RV and are a factory authorized Cannon and Scotty downrigger repair center.

(888) 360-9665
Oomingmak is the original Alaskan cooperative, owned by approximately 250 Native Alaskan women from remote coastal villages, who’ve been bringing you hand-knitted, exquisite Qiviut items since 1969. One of the finest natural fibers known to man, Qiviut is 8 times warmer than wool, does not shrink in any temperature of water, does not itch and will still keep you warm while it’s wet. From scarves and stoles to smokerings and hats, these are not only functional and uniquely Alaskan, but also beautiful works of art, with patterns derived from each village’s tradition.

Quality Resorations
Quality Restorations LLC has provided residents of Anchorage, Wasilla, and Palmer with the best bathroom and kitchen designs and restorations since 2006. Their staff takes pride in breathing new life into old, tired bathrooms and kitchens by installing new acrylic walls, drywall, plumbing, and cabinets.

Six Robblees’
Six Robblees’ is your one-stop source for truck, trailer and tire shop supplies. It’s nice to know you have a partner who has been by your side since 1913.

Tebow Financial Group
(907) 344-3301
Stan Tebow is a local Alaskan with many years of providing Allstate insurance policies of several different kinds. His agency is very active in the community and participates and contributes to many causes. In addition to insurance products, Tebow Financial Group can help you create a financial strategy to achieve your goals. Stan himself is an outdoorsman who loves to fish and hunt and is a heck of a good guy.

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