Top Kodiak Alaska Fishing Lodges
Afognak Wilderness Lodge
Get up to to Kodiak and reel in a trophy at Afognak Wilderness Lodge!
There are few locations in the world that combine superb fishing with an environment as pristine as Kodiak. Afognak Wilderness Lodge is a destination that takes full advantage of those boons! Grab your rod and head to to one of plethora of nearby streams and estuaries, where you'll find a collection of sockeye, pink, and silver salmon, rainbow, steelhead, and dolly varden trout. You can also head out on the North Pacific and search for everything from bottom dwellers to shellfish. Halibut, sea bass... there's almost no end to the sizable (and delicious) creatures you'll be reeling in at Afognak Wilderness Lodge!close
Saltery Lake Lodge
Saltery Lake Lodge is simply freshwater salmon and trout fishing at its finest!
A list of the catchable fish reads like any salmon fisherman's dream. Silver (Coho), Red (Sockeye), Pink (Humpy) and Chum (Dog) Salmon are all plentiful and, if we may say so ourselves, delicious. You'll fish the Saltery River, Ugak Bay and Saltery Lake, each so beautiful that you won't even mind if you don't catch a thing. But don't worry- you certainly will! Of course, when you aren't plumbing the depths of the surrounding waters you'll be enjoying the lodge's wealth of fantastic accommodations, amenities, and hospitality!
Kodiak, AK 99615
No extra charter fees apply!
The lodge is situated on the southeast shore of Saltery Lake, which is located on Kodiak Island about 2 miles inland from Ugak Bay and Saltery Cove.close
Whale Pass Lodge
Port Lions, Alaska
Vacationing is about trying new things- why not try your hand at fly fishing at Whale Pass Lodge?
Normal rod and reel fishing is, of course, just as popular here, but to truly take advantage of Whale Pass Lodge's wealth of surrounding streams, you gotta throw on some overalls and wade out into the shallows! The knowledgeable staff can coach you in the ways of the fly, so don't worry if you're totally inexperienced. It's the best way to wrangle some Red Salmon (in June), Pink Salmon (in July), and Silver Salmon (in August and September). You'll have to provide your own gear, but believe us when we tell you- it's worth it!
Port Lions, AK 99550
The lodge can sleep up to six people and there is a cabin that can accommodate three people also.
Related Onsite Offerings
For the hunter. Whale Island is home to the Sitka Blacktail deer and elk as well as the Kodiak bear.close
Alaska's Kodiak Island Resort
Larsen Bay, Alaska
The quiet shores of Larsen Bay mask some superb fishing. Alaska's Kodiak Island Resort provides it, plus superior comfort and hospitality!
AKIR specializes in catamaran fishing. Their on-staff experts know the best spots and hidden secrets of the surrounding waters, knowledge they'll gladly impart to you! Halibut fishing from a catamaran gives you a sizable base from which you can reel in the typically sizable fish, while there are plenty of trout, salmon, and rockfish to go around. Meanwhile, you'll be enjoying spectacular and unforgettable views of the Alaska sunsets and surrounding mountains. The lodge itself offers an exorbitant amount of activities for you and your group to partake in, from kayaking to whale watching!
1st St, Larsen Bay, AK 99624
Dates and Times
The lodge is open from May to October
You'll love the deluxe bay view bedrooms, each with a private full-sized bath!close
Kodiak Sportsman's Lodge
Old Harbor Kodiak Island, Alaska
Whatever month you visit, there's bound to be something teeming in Kodiak Sportsman's Lodge's waters!
May through June is the “Trophy King” season, as most guests come to catch the 50 pound plus King Salmons, famous for their succulence. July is host to a plethora of species, from King Salmon and Halibut to Yellow Eye and Black Bass. Of course, the weather is simply superb in the summer months as well! The Silver Salmon come around in August, weighing an average of 15 pounds. Finally, September finishes off the season with superb fly fishing and some of the greatest fall colors anywhere!
33 Saints Ave, Old Harbor, AK 99643
Kodiak Sportsman’s Lodge utilizes four custom-built aluminum catamarans 25′ and 28′ long by 10′ wide.
Related Onsite Offerings
Your catch will be filleted, cleaned, vacuum sealed and frozen for you right when you get back to the lodge!close
Olga Creek Lodge
Olga Bay's sizable river system is home to all pacific salmon species- they're just eager to be caught by you!
If you're in search of a peaceful fishing experience, Olga Bay is simply ideal. The Lodge owns and controsl both sides of the creek, keeping “combat fishing” to a minimum. Instead, you'll spend your afternoon isolated, just you, your fishing rod, and mother nature. Each river system located in Olga Bay holds its own unique salmon season with different species and return dates- check their website for details. When you're not out on the water, you'll be relaxing in their spaciously cozy lodge, featuring spectacular vistas of the surrounding mountains and the aforementioned river system.
Kodiak, AK 99615
See Kodiak Brown Bears, otters, fox, deer and eagles all around the property!
Up to eight people can be accommodated at once!close
Port Lions Lodge
Port Lions, Alaska
A "luxury fishing lodge" might sound like an oxymoron, but come to Port Lions Lodge and you'll see it's a reality!
Port Lions Lodge is a luxury fishing lodge framed by the gorgeous north coast of Kodiak Island. If you seek tranquility, you'll discover it in spades here, as the lodge's comfortable accommodations, first-class dining, and breathtaking views are top-of-the-line. Of course, if you're reading this list you're probably interested in one thing more than any: the fishing, and you're in for a treat! Grab a rod and cast away for a variety ofKodiak halibut, Kodiak salmon, Kodiak rockfish, and Kodiak lingcod. Just remember to keep your eyes peeled for humpback whales, orcas, and sea lions!
620 Main St, Port Lions, AK 99550
You will fly commercially into the city of Kodiak Alaska at your expense. Typical 5 day 6 night clients will be picked up in Kodiak on the Sunday of their arrival at approximately 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM for transport to Port Lions Lodge.
Port Lions Lodge opened in 1989close
Zachar Bay Lodge
At Zachar Bay you'll find superior fishing of both the freshwater and saltwater and saltwater varieties
There are fishing trips to excite anglers of all ages and abilities here! The experienced captains of the lodge's fishing boats can assist novices in the basics of Alaska fishing, while the veterans can get right to it! Fish the calm, shallow waters right outside the lodge, or head out into the deeps for something a little bigger- we guarantee you'll find something worth telling your friends at home about! From silver and king salmon to monstrous halibut, somethings bound to take the bait!
77 Zachar Bay Lane, Box 2609, Kodiak, AK 99615
Zachar Bay Lodge was originally established as a wilderness lodge in 1989.
Originally built in the 1960's, the Dining Hall was designed to feed over 60 people at one sitting.close
Katmai Wilderness Lodge
You’ll feel right at home at Katmai Wilderness Lodge, a veritable fishing eden flanked by the gorgeous Kodiak mountains!
The fishing here is obviously spectacular, but what will really impress you at Katmai is the lodge itself. Inside you'll find hot showers, fully equipped bathrooms, and delightful guest rooms with comfortable beds. You'll feast on fine cuisine prepared specially for you by Katmai's renowned chef, then unwind in your cozy guest room, and bask in the grandeur of Alaska’s untouched coastal wilderness. It's "roughing it" in style! Of course, when the mood strikes fishing is just steps away.
11001 O'Malley Centre Dr #204, Anchorage, AK 99515
The lodge was lauded by Alaska Magazine, Alaska Airlines Magazine, and hailed as one of Alaska’s Best Places by renowned Nan Elliot
Kodiak is the largest Coat Guard base in the world.close