We know how amazing fishing can be. Whether you’re the type who loves pitting yourself against nature, relaxing with a rod by your side, hunting that trophy king, or taking in the scenery, in Alaska you’ll find the opportunity to indulge!
Here’s what makes Alaskan fishing unique and truly one-of-a-kind.
Catch record-breaking Alaskan fish…
Alaska holds the world record for largest halibut catch in every category listed by the IGFA, except one (you can read more about that here). However, Alaska also holds the all-tackle record for chinook (king) and sockeye salmon, as well as tackle-specific records for coho, chum, and pink salmon.
If you want the chance at catching a record-breaker, then Kodiak Sportsman’s Lodge is the place to stay. We will not only take you out on one of our custom-built catamarans at the perfect time to catch halibut and salmon, but you’ll also find that your entire experience is covered in our all-inclusive packages.
We’ll take care of everything from the moment you arrive in Kodiak City to the moment you leave. All you need to do is book your flight to Kodiak! When you book an all-inclusive package with us, we take care of:
- Round-trip airfare Kodiak City to Old Harbor
- Shuttle service in Old Harbor
- 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
Read more about our fishing packages, here.
…in a beautiful Alaskan setting
Kodiak Island is the second-largest island in the United States, but it has fewer than 20,000 inhabitants. This seclusion makes it the perfect place to take in Alaska’s natural beauty. The Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park provides the perfect opportunity to experience the wild natural beauty of Kodiak Island. With stunning cliffs, dense spruce forest and tranquil wildflower meadows, it has something for everyone.
Alongside the evocative mountains and shoreline, there are plenty of other activities to take in when you’re back on land. For those interested in nature there’s The Kodiak Brown Bear Center, while for those interested in archaeology and Alaska’s native peoples, there’s the Alutiiq Museum & Archaeological Repository. If it’s food and drink you’re keen on, try the Kodiak Island Brewing Company or Henry’s Great Alaskan Restaurant.
Find out more and book your world-class fishing experience on our website!