Alaska offers some of the most spectacular fly-fishing, saltwater fishing, freshwater fishing and even ice fishing in the world. It can be as easy as pulling off the side of the road and casting a line. Or you can charter a boat or float plane to whisk you off to a secluded fishing hole where you can reel in one of the more than 627 species that inhabit the Alaskan waters. With over 3 million lakes, 3,000 rivers and countless fish-filled streams, you can see the challenge isn't catching fish, but deciding what kind to catch and where!
Every region of the state offers accommodations that cater to the needs of the angler - ranging from luxurious to rustic. What kind of experience are you after?
A night out in the unspoiled wilderness, taking in the pure Alaskan air, enjoying the northern skies and cooking over your own campfire...
Or, do you prefer to peacefully sip a tasty Merlot as you relax in a cozy hearthside chair, as a fresh gourmet meal is prepared just for you.
Whatever your fishing heart desires, Alaska offers the angling experience of a lifetime!
Scenic, deluxe, Kenai riverside fishing lodge near Sterling, Alaska. Guided fishing on the Kenai and Kasilof rivers for Kings, silvers and sockeye plus halibut in Cook Inlet. Great rooms with private bath, phone and refrigerator. Lodge has spacious eating, lounge/TV area. Outdoor hot tub and fire pit. Variety of packages available for individuals or groups up to 20.
- Type: Salt Water Fishing
- Region: Southcentral
- Community: Regionwide
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