Duval Point Lodge, nestled in a protected bay near Port Hardy on northern Vancouver Island, is only minutes away from prime fishing areas. Located at the northern end of Johnstone Strait, our fishing lodge is in an area through which virtually all of the millions of salmon which migrate down from the north Pacific each year must pass. It is also one of the coast’s most productive bottom fishing areas, producing ling cod up to 70 pounds, halibut to over 200 pounds and a variety of rockfish.
If it’s a remote Alaska fishing vacation you’re after, you’ll find yourself far from the crowds and close to nature in Alaska’s interior. This region makes is home to the state’s largest river systems and along with a network of streams and lakes, are teeming with many species of fish including Dolly Varden, northern pike, arctic grayling, salmon and more.