Accommodations: 6 rooms with 2 dbl beds; 4 rooms with 1 queen - all with private bath & daily maid service
Cost: $2,800 - $4,700 pp
Dates: June - October
Duration: 3 days - 7 days
Location: SE Kodiak Island, Alaska
Not Included: Airfare to Kodiak, fishing license, gratuities
Phone Number: 800-410-1222 Ask for Gary or Mike
Provided: Lodging, meals, beer & wine, guides
Species: King & silver Salmon, Halibut, Snapper, Black rockfish, Bass, Lingcod, Dolly Varden#
Technique: Fly Fishing & Convential
|Kodiak Sportsman's Lodge - Kodiak Island, AK
Unparalleled Saltwater Sport fishing Located in a very remote part of SE Kodiak Island, our saltwater sport fishing lodge takes advantage of the tremendous abundance of feeding salmon and bottom fish such as Halibut and Ling Cod. There is a total of 6 sports fishing boats operating in a 30 mile stretch of protected waters, we operate 4 of them from our lodge.
Kodiak Sportsman's Lodge is approximately 60 miles south of Kodiak City located in the Kodiak Wildlife Refuge, nestled on the shores of the Sitkalidak Straights. Kodiak's tallest mountains provide a stunning backdrop to the village of Old Harbor, a small native village of 200 people. Because we are protected from the weather by 18-mile long Sitkalidak Island we are always able to fish comfortably. With such a minimal amount of pressure from charter fishing boats that it is unlikely you will see another boat while fishing.
We troll for 30 to 90-pound king salmon with down riggers and light tackle. The peak trophy King Season runs from May 1st thorough July 15th, but they're here all year long- Our 2002 anglers landed kings weighing 82, 80, 75, 74, 71 and 70, with over thirty other kings over 60 pounds. In 2003 the largest kings were 77, 75 and 73 pounds. Ten to 22 pound Silvers arrive in early July and are fished in much the same way we fish for kings.
Halibut are available all year, although best from June 1st through mid September. They are so plentiful that we often get them while trolling in 30 feet of water for kings. The Sitkalidak area has some of Alaska's best halibut fishing with all sizes available in shallow (30' to 140') waters with very light currents. No deep-water fishing in heavy currents, with pounds of weight to get to the bottom.
Our area is also abundant in bottom fish such as snapper, Black rockfish, bass and the biggest lingcod you've ever seen. Old Harbor Lodge offers spectacular fishing for fly fishermen and spin anglers as well. Our fresh water creeks start receiving Dolly Varden in June Pink salmon in late July, Chum salmon in mid-August and silver salmon in late August. Mid-August through the end of September will provide you with more action than you could have ever imagined.
Kodiak Sportsmans Lodge accommodates 16 guests. There are six double rooms with double beds and four single rooms with queen beds. A roll roll away 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. Look forward to enjoying delicious meals in our spacious dining room. Our outstanding Alaskan chefs prepare a wide variety of local cuisine for you to sample. We also have an upstairs lounge with satellite television and wireless Internet. After a fantastic day of fishing you can download your photos and swap stories with other anglers while enjoying a cocktail in front of the fireplace.
2008 PRICE LIST
3 Day Package: $2800.00
4 Day Package: $3550.00
5 Day Package: $4200.00
6 Day Package: $4700.00
3-day license $30.00, 3-day king stamp $20.00
7-day license $55.00, 5-day king stamp $30.00
Roundtrip airfare Kodiak/Old Harbor
Shuttle service in Old Harbor
All meals and snacks
Complimentary keg beer and wine
Soda, juices and bottled water
All bait, tackle, rods and reels
Rain jacket and pants, rubber boots
Fish processing ( 2-50lb boxes included. Extra charge for additional fish boxes )
At least 8 hours fishing per day, except the last day
For information/reservation please call 800-410-1222 Ask for Gary or Mike