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Posted by Kodiak Sportsman's Lodge on Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Alaska Fishing Lodge and Charters

Fish for King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Halibut, Yellow Eye, Ling Cod, Black Sea Bass, Dungeness Crabs and more at our secluded lodge – accessible only by boat or plane.

Our guides have been fishing these areas for years and know just where to go.  Our area is abundant in bottom fish such as Yelloweye, Black Bass and the biggest Ling Cod you’ve ever seen. July is one of the best months to catch a variety of fish; King Salmon, Halibut, Ling Cod, Gray Cod, Yellow Eye, and Black Bass. Along with some of the best weather in July, you will also have stunning wildlife viewing opportunities.

There is no experience like this. You will see Whales, Seals, Eagles and other wildlife as you fish some of the most remote fishing spots in Alaska!

After a day out on the water, our fish processor will meet you at the dock and track your catch so you are assured of bringing home what you caught. The fish will be filleted, cleaned, and then vacuum-sealed and frozen. They are then packaged, labeled, and banded in a fifty pound insulated, airline-approved box for your trip back home.  Our guests often limit out daily, taking home 50 pound boxes of fish with them when they return home.

Kodiak Island Daily Fishing Limits Per Person

An all-inclusive Kodiak Island Alaska fishing lodge and fishing charters with the highest limits of Salmon and Halibut in Alaska.

Daily per person limits are as follows:

  • 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)

Salmon Fishing in Alaska

Kodiak Island Alaska Fishing Charters

Salmon fishing in Kodiak, Alaska should be on every fisherman’s bucket list. Secluded, full of wildlife, Kodiak island is fishing heaven. Book your all-inclusive trip and find out why Kodiak Sportsman’s Lodge is one of Alaska’s best-kept secrets!

Chinook/King Salmon Fishing in Alaska

When it comes to King salmon fishing, Alaska offers an unbeatable experience!

King Salmon/Chinook salmon are one of the most prized catches out there due to their massive size, firm texture, and rich flavor.  May through June is “Trophy King” season because during this time 30- to 90-pound Salt Water King Salmon feed in these Kodiak, Alaska waters.We will troll for King Salmon using down- riggers and herring bait, but don’t be surprised if you land a big Halibut, Ling Cod, Black Bass or Grey Cod while trolling.

Alaska Silver Salmon Fishing Trips

Saltwater Silver Salmon Fishing Charters in Alaska

In August the Silver Salmon are running with an average weight of fifteen pounds. Some of the largest Silver Salmon in Alaska are caught within 15 minutes of the lodge. The best method is trolling with the down riggers. After you catch your limit of silver salmon, get ready to catch some Halibut, Ling Cod, Gray Cod, Yellow Eye, and Black Bass!

Silver Salmon Fly-fishing Outfitters in Alaska

All-Inclusive Fishing Lodge in Alaska for Silver Salmon Fly-fishing Trips

Silver (Coho) salmon are fast, aggressive swimmers with a firm, mild, orange flesh that is great for canning or grilling, making them very popular with fishermen. Ten- to 22-pound Silver Salmon arrive in early July and are fished in much the same way we fish for Alaskan King Salmon. Alaska silver salmon fishing is at its peak from mid-August into September. Load up your fish boxes with five Silvers per day per person!  Add that to the rest of your catch and your home freezer will be FULL.

Silver Salmon Fishing Season in Alaska

Kodiak Sportsman’s Lodge offers spectacular Silver Salmon fishing for fly fishermen and spin anglers as well.

Beginning Mid-August through the end of September, our fresh water creeks will provide you with more action than you have ever imagined.  September is a great month to end the summer. Not only are the Silver Salmon hot in the salt water, but the rivers have some great action with the fly or spin rod. Again, you always have the bottom fish to load up your fish boxes.

Alaska Halibut Fishing Trips

All-Inclusive Halibut Fishing Lodges and Charters on Kodiak Island, Alaska

As one of the largest fish in the sea, wild Alaskan halibut can grow to as big as eight feet long and weigh as much as 700 pounds. Alaskan halibut is highly sought after because of its mild flavor and firm, flaky texture, and it is quickly becoming one of America’s favorite seafood dishes. To date, the largest Alaska halibut ever caught was 533 pounds. Due to the high concentration of halibut in the Gulf of Alaska, the waters off Kodiak Island provide some of the best halibut fishing available.

Halibut Fishing Season in Alaska

Halibut are available all year, although fishing is best from the first of June through mid-September. They are so plentiful that we often get them while trolling in thirty feet of water for king salmon. 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. There is no deep-water fishing in heavy currents, with pounds of weight needed to get to the bottom.

Alaska Halibut Fishing Trip Packages

Alaska halibut fishing packages are not all alike! Kodiak Sportsman’s Lodge offers some of the best halibut fishing trips out there with expert fishing guides, ample wildlife viewing opportunities, and quiet waters. In fact, sometimes you can be out all day and never see another boat! Kick back and relax in our cozy, rustic lodge, enjoy freshly prepared meals, and venture out to experience all that Kodiak Island has to offer.

Alaskan Halibut – Daily Limits Per Person

Daily per person limits are two halibut (May – September). There is a four halibut per person limit per calendar year. If catching two halibut in one day, one must be under 28″ and the other can be any size. There is no fishing for halibut on Wednesday.

Alaska King Salmon & Silver Salmon Combo Fishing Trips

The Best Fishing Packages in Alaska is when Silver Salmon and King Salmon Spawn at the same time

We troll for 30 to 90-pound King Salmon/Chinook 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.

Ten to 22 pound Silvers arrive in early July and are fished in much the same way we fish for Kings. The peak Silver Season is from mid-August into September.  Load up your fish boxes with 5 Silvers per day per person!  Add that to the rest of your catch and your home freezer will be FULL.

Alaska All-Inclusive Fishing Packages

Experience the beauty and exhilaration of fishing in the waters off of Kodiak Island. Now is the perfect time to book your all-inclusive fishing trips in Alaska!

Kodiak Island Salmon and Halibut Fishing Charters

Prices and Packages for Salt Water King Salmon and Halibut Fishing Trips in Alaska

Our All-Inclusive Fishing Charters in Alaska includes:

  • Round-trip airfare Kodiak City to Old Harbor
  • Shuttle service in Old Harbor
  • Lodging
  • All meals and snacks
  • Soda, juices and bottled water
  • All bait, tackle, rods and reels
  • Rain jacket and pants, rubber boots
  • Fish processing (Up to 2-50# boxes included. Extra charge for additional fish boxes)
  • At least 8 hours fishing per day, last day fish for ¾ day.
  • Fishing Licenses
  • Local Taxes

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Additional Details

  • TYPES OF HUNTS:Cancellation Hunts, Free Range/Fair Chase Hunts, Spot and Stalk Hunts, Trophy Hunts
  • HUNTING HARDWARE:Rifle, Archery/Bow
  • HUNTING LAND:Open Range
  • HUNTING ACCOMMODATIONS:Hunting Lodge
  • DEER:Kodiak Sitka Blacktailed
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  • FRESHWATER FISH:Coho Salmon / Silver Salmon, King Salmon
  • SALTWATER FISH:Black Sea Bass, Coho Salmon / Silver Salmon, King Salmon, Lingcod, Pacific Halibut, Yelloweye Rockfish