This high end Kodiak Island fishing lodge offers world class Alaska halibut and salmon fishing. This is a special find in the offshore fishing world!
KODIAK ISLAND FISHING LODGE
After the day of fishing is over you will relax in the comfortable lodge and enjoy a cocktail and appetizers in front of the fire or hang out in the upstairs lounge trading fishing stories and looking at photos from the day.
- The lodge has six double rooms with double beds and four single rooms with queen beds.
- A rollaway bed can be added to your room for an additional guest if needed.
- Each room has a private bath and daily maid service is provided.
- There is also an upstairs lounge with satellite television and wireless internet.
Enjoy a chef prepared dinner served with beer and wine before retiring to do it all over again the following day!
Take your team on a once-in-a-lifetime Alaska adventure! The Kodiak Island fishing lodge can accommodate up to sixteen guests, including single rooms and private baths. There is a large area for focused meetings, and best of all is it’s remote location.
WHEN TO GO
May and June – King Salmon and Halibut
King Salmon are one of the most prized catches in Alaska due to their massive size. Thirty to ninety pound, chrome-bright King salmon feed in the waters surrounding Kodiak Island. T
hough present year round the peak King Salmon season is from May 15 – July 15 as this is when most of the 30-60 pound beasts swim the local waters.
The earlier part of the season is when most “Trophy” Kings over 50 pounds are caught, and guests have won the local King Derby the past three years! You’ll be fishing offshore with downriggers and light tackle.
Halibut are at Kodiak Island all year, but the best fishing is after June 1st. One of the largest gamefish in the sea, halibut are prized table fare among many.
The cold Alaskan waters offer some of the finest fishing for halibut and the shallow waters off of Kodiak is some of the finest fishing. You can expect to catch halibut ranging from 30 to 100 pounds with the biggest ones of the year tipping the scales at 300 pounds!
Fishing is done in water between 30-140 feet with light currents, so less weight and lighter rods can be used. Bottom bait fishing, and jigging is the technique.
While fishing for Halibut you can also catch rock fish (think fish tacos), ling cod, snapper, and bass. The ling cod in this area are some of the biggest you will ever see and you can specifically target these other species, just ask your guide!
July – Mixed Bag, and Good Weather
Not only is the weather best in July, but it’s one of the best months to catch a variety of fish. King salmon, halibut, lingcod, rockfish, gray cod and black bass are all common.
August – Silver Salmon
The Silver Salmon Run is in August. The biggest silvers in Alaska are caught here at Kodiak Island, with an average weight of 15 pounds.
These fish are aggressive fast swimmers. You’ll fish for silvers, the same way that you do for the King salmon. You can load up your fish boxes during the silver season, with arguably some of the best eating pacific salmon.
Once you have your limit, you can still catch catch halibut, lingcod, rockfish and black bass.
Mid-August through September – Stream Fishing
The fresh water creeks will provide you with more spin fishing action, or fly fishing excitement than you have ever imagined.
BRING HOME BOXES OF FRESH FISH
You’ll bring home boxes of fresh Alaska salmon and halibut! And over the next year you will enjoy some of the best tasting fish you have ever eaten. The town of Old Harbor has a commercial fish smoker if you wish to have some of your salmon smoked.
Daily Limits Per Person
- 2 King Salmon (May – September)
- 2 Halibut – total of 4 per person per year (May – September)
- 2 Ling Cod (July 1 – September)
- 5 Silver Salmon (August – September)
- 1 Yellow Eye (May – September)
- 4 Black Sea Bass (May – September)
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