Southeast Alaska fishing season
Mid-spring signals the start of the annual Alaska steelhead run.Â Our guided and non-guided trips help make us one of the finest Alaska resorts for targeting the ultimate freshwater game fish.Â In May, large schools of king salmon migrate from the gulf into waters surrounding protected islands off the west coast of Price of Wales Island.Â Multiple hookups are expected, and hard running kings will put a serious bend in your fishing rod.
The waters around our Alaska fishing lodge are rich with baitfish, and salmon arenâ€™t the only animals that enjoy the feast.Â Our anglers commonly fish alongside breaching humpback whales, curious stellar sea lions, and playful sea otters.Â
Between June and July, enormous schools of silver salmon enter the fray.Â During July our fishermen delight in multiple hookups of kings, silvers, and halibut â€“ often at the same time!Â Later in July even more silvers are caught, and schools of kings head south to spawn.Â August fishing in Southeast Alaska is a wild time; double and triple-hookups always keep you on your toes and sore arms are the order of the day.
Liberal limits of fish assure our guests fond memories of their Alaska fishing lodge experience and a bounty of fine table fare for the coming year.