Kodiak Island in the summertime is one of the most beautiful spots in the world. This is a majestic land where the mountains meet the sea. The scenery is spectacular, wildlife abounds and the fishing is something every angler, regardless of amateur or pro, dreams of.
The fishing season here extends from mid-May through mid-September and features the Alaskan trio of huge King’s often tipping the scales over fifty pounds, Coho salmon weighing in at ten to fifteen pounds and get ready for Halibut that often hit the deck weighing over one hundred pounds. Ling cod and Rockfish round out the possibilities in any day’s outing.
Five days of great fishing is conducted from a fully-equipped forty-foot boat, which caters to only six fishermen at one time to ensure plenty of room to fight the big ones.
When your completely tired of fishing and your arms are aching, you will return to a privately-owned modern lodge located right on the ocean front, where you sooth your aching muscles with a steamy hot shower or sauna and prepare for a home-cooked meal fit for a king. Here you relax in comfort, recount the day’s activities and the one that “didn’t get away” as the sun slips below the ice-covered peaks of Kodiak Island.
What a way to spend a few lazy summer days. This is an Alaska fishing trip that you will remember for a long time.