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Alaska Five-Star, Luxury Fishing Lodge

Fishing Charters near Ketchikan Alaska for Halibut, King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Pink Salmon, Chum Salmon, Sockeye Salmon and Steelhead Trout

Experience Alaska’s premier fly fishing, freshwater and saltwater fishing lodge. Voted three times as the “Lodge of the Year”. This Orvis Endorsed lodge also knows as “The King of Alaska Fishing Lodges” offers five star fishing and services. World-class service combined with some of Alaska’s best saltwater fishing and freshwater fishing opportunities. This are two of the top reasons that scores of friends, families and organizations vacation here year after year.

Alaska Salmon Fishing Trips

King Salmon Fishing June – July

Commonly called Kings, Chinook salmon are Alaska’s state fish and the largest and the most scarce of Pacific salmon. They’re especially known for their power and endurance. Perhaps the most favored sport fishing method for Kings is trolling with rigged herring, though spoons and flashers are also attractive. The largest King ever taken weighed in at 126 pounds, but Kings usually range from 25-50 pounds. King fishing is most productive in these waters in June and July.

Silver Salmon Fishing Charters near Ketchikan

July – September

Silvers or Coho salmon, are hard fighters and can provide intense action! The Coho average 12-15 pounds, but can be found weighing in at over 20 pounds. These salmon are most plentiful from late July through September. Fly fishing for Coho’s on the island is exceptional.

Pink Salmon Fishing Outfitters AK

July – August

Pink Salmons are the smallest and most abundant salmon in area waters. Pinks have a two-year life cycle and average 3-5 pounds. Upon entering freshwater streams, pinks develop a dorsal hump, thus their nickname “Humpy.”  Saltwater Pink salmon fishing is best during late July and August.

Alaska Chum Salmon Fishing

July – August

Often called Dog salmon, Chums are famous for their strength and large teeth, which develop most prominently in males upon entering freshwater. Chum salmon fishing is readily available mid-July through August. These salmon average 15 pounds with an occasional lunker topping 25 pounds!

AK Sockeye Salmon Fishing Trip

Also called Red salmon, Sockeyes are the most difficult salmon to catch in area waters. While highly regarded for their fighting skill, saltwater sockeye sport fishing is limited.

Alaska Fishing Season

(high season)

June – September

(low season)

September – October

Alaska Fishing Lodge and Charter Packages and Prices

Starting at $4395.00 – 3 day/4 night packages

Alaska Orvis-Endorsed Fishing Lodge

The two guest buildings sit on 26 acres of prime oceanfront property overlooking a solitary tidal inlet of Thorne Bay, Alaska. These lodges comfortably accommodate up to 19 guests. Our lodge suites have been described as “rustic elegance.” Each suite is tastefully furnished and ensures your comfortable stay with us.

Our lodge is a three-time “Lodge of the Year” recipient with the exclusive Orvis Fly Fishing Lodge Endorsement. Our staff proudly maintains the property to the high standards established for Orvis endorsed lodges. This elite program inspires us to deliver the ultimate outdoor experience.

Alaska Halibut Fishing

June – September

Halibut are by far the most popular bottomfish inhabiting our waters along Alaska’s Inside Passage. The Pacific Halibut is a toothy flatfish that is normally caught on or near the ocean floor. As with the majority of bottomfish, drifting or anchoring with bait are among the most preferred means of enticing these monsters, which can literally take hours to land. Halibut can live more than 20 years, and the average catch weighs in around 40 pounds. The largest Pacific Halibut ever caught while sport fishing, tipped the scales at 495 pounds. Local halibut over 300 pounds have been caught and good opportunities for hauling in huge halibut exist all summer.

Rockfish Fishing

Rockfish is a term used to describe over 10 species of light-fleshed bottomfish, including the yellow-eye rockfish (similar to the Atlantic red snapper) and black sea bass. Most rockfish weigh between 1-6 pounds, with the yellow-eye being the largest, averaging 6 pounds. Rockfish are long-lived, and depending on the species, may reach ages of 30-100 years. Good rockfish fishing occurs during the warm summer months.

Lingcod Fishing in AK

Like halibut and rockfish, Lingcod is usually found on or near the bottom, most often over rocky reefs in areas of strong currents. These fish are extremely aggressive predators, often growing to over 50 pounds in weight and 4 feet in length. These feisty fish usually range from 10-40 pounds and are abundant throughout Southeast.

Alaska Fishing Trip Highlights

Flats fishing for permit & bone fish

Eco tours

Luxury 5-star accommodations

Orvis endorsed


Steelhead fishing – Alaska FishingDay 1 Arrive in Ketchikan. Go to Promech Air counter (adjacent to baggage claim) and check in for 5 PM flight to the lodge.

Day 2 – 3  Saltwater / freshwater fishing

Day 4 Float plane departure from lodge at 10 am / Depart out of Ketchikan.

Orvis Endorsed Alaska Fly-fishing Outfitters

Located just 35 minutes from Ketchikan in Southeast Alaska, this fishing lodge is situated within a magical bay on Prince of Wales Island. As one of the few Orvis Endorsed Lodges in Alaska, we offer exceptional saltwater fly fishing as well as 5-star accommodations and service. Three times voted “Lodge of the Year”, this breathtaking resort has been dubbed “The King of Alaska Fishing Lodges.”  Choose from a variety of daily freshwater outings with our Orvis endorsed guides and explore the 23 lakes, rivers and streams nearby. If you decide on a day of saltwater fishing, our coast guard certified captains will escort you on our 28-foot Alaska fishing boats, targeting halibut, king salmon, silver salmon and several other species. In addition to fishing, we offer a variety of other activities including bear watching, glacier flights and sightseeing tours – perfect for the family! Trophy class fishing, exotic wildlife and spectacular scenery make this 5-star adventure the trip of a lifetime!

First-class service — combined with some of Alaska’s best saltwater fishing and freshwater fishing opportunities — are two of the top reasons that scores of friends, families and organizations vacation here year after year.

Above all else, our goal is to make your Alaskan adventure unforgettable! Let us treat you to an unforgettable experience, where you can make memories that will last a lifetime.

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Additional Details

  • NUMBER OF ACRES:1 million
  • FRESHWATER FISH:Freshwater fish, Chum Salmon, Coho Salmon / Silver Salmon, Lake Trout, Muskellunge, Northern Pike, Sockeye Salmon / Red Salmon
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  • SALTWATER FISH:Saltwater Fish, Chum Salmon, Coho Salmon / Silver Salmon, King Salmon, Pacific Halibut, Pink Salmon / Humpback Salmon, Sockeye Salmon / Red Salmon, Steelhead