Kodiak Island
Alaska, United States
Fly-in Access
All-inclusive lodges include:
  • accommodation
  • all equipment/gear/tackle
  • boats and fuel
  • guiding
  • all meals
  • fish processing (unless fishing is catch-and-release only)
See below to find out exactly what is included in the price.
saltwater, freshwater (rivers),
8-9 hours/day
3:1 guest-to-guide ratio
Fly fishing
19 reviews


We’re among an elite group of Alaska fishing lodges, priding ourselves on providing a level of service that is refreshingly old fashioned, with emphasis on quality. Our focus is our guests’ comfort and satisfaction! This focus is reflected in all our guest-oriented activities. From the moment the float-plane sets down to the time you reluctantly leave for home, you’ll enjoy a luxury wilderness vacation adventure.

The lodge, open from May to October, offers unique wilderness adventures that include saltwater fishing, fly-in fishing, kayaking, bear viewing, whale watching, beach-combing, wildlife photography, and much more!

Fishing in Larsen Bay, Kodiak Island offers the highest population of trophy halibut of anywhere in Alaska. Anglers experience superior Alaska halibut fishing at Kodiak Island Resort due to the remoteness of the area, coupled with the close proximity of the Pacific Ocean’s northerly currents. An abundance of marine life is brought to the Kodiak area via the strong currents, and all of this food provides a generous food supply for halibut, and all species of salmon, not to mention several varieties of whales.

Our remote luxury lodge is surrounded by the wilderness backdrop of the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, home to the world’s largest population of Brown Bears. Not only does Kodiak have the largest brown bear population, but because of the abundant food supply they are the world’s largest brown bears. If you are looking for an incredible place to catch king or silver salmon then Alaska fishing is the perfect solution. In particular, our Kodiak Island fishing lodge is the perfect place for fishing addicts, and novices alike, from around the world.

Alaska has the world’s largest silver salmon population, and like everything else in Alaska they are big! Anglers always dream of coming to the best Alaska fishing lodge to experience catching big fish, which we are so famous for. Besides king and silver salmon fishing in Alaska, getting here is half the fun. You will see magnificent scenery and abundant wildlife throughout your Alaska vacation.

The complete Alaska fishing trip includes spectacular scenery, wildlife viewing, native culture exchanges, as well as countless other activities. The variety of activities is what captivates our guests and keep them coming back.

What makes us unique:

  1. More fish: Kodiak Island is world famous for the best fishing waters of Alaska
  2. No rough seas: We are able to fish the numerous bays and can always get out of the wind
  3. No long boat rides: We are always able to fish close to the lodge
  4. Newly constructed lodge: New and elegant guest accommodations
  5. Spacious guest suites: Each guest room has two full sized beds and a private bathroom
  6. Our boat: Comfortable 14-foot wide state of the art catamaran fishing boat
  7. No crowds: Fish in areas often with no one else in sight. No crowds or combat fishing
  8. Our location: Larsen Bay is the hidden gem on the Emerald Island of Kodiak
  9. Bag limits: Liberal Daily Bag limits for halibut, salmon, ling cod and rockfish
  10. Beautiful scenery: Kodiak Island is Alaska’s most diverse and majestic area
  11. Abundant wildlife: Whales, brown bears, puffins, sea lions, sea otters can all be seen in one visit

What We Catch

Species Availability Calendar
  • 18990 1Salmon - Chinook (King)
  • 18992 2Salmon - Pink (Humpback)
  • 18994 3Salmon - Coho (Silver)
  • 18998 4Halibut
  • 19000 5Ling Cod
  • 19002 6Rockfish
Salmon - Chinook (King)
Salmon - Pink (Humpback)
Salmon - Coho (Silver)
Ling Cod

Our season runs from May 15 to Sept 7.


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We do request fly fisherman to bring their own gear and tackle.

Unless otherwise stated, prices do not include taxes, gratuities, or fishing license/stamp.

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What's Included?

How many hours of guided fishing?

8-9 hours

Return transportation:

If YES, the lodge covers all transportation costs to and from the Travel Destination. If NO, you are responsible for all costs getting to and from the lodge.

Equipment / gear / tackle / bait:

Fish processing:

Cleaning, filleting, vacuum packing and refrigerated (or frozen) storage.

All meals / snacks / non-alcoholic drinks:


Deposit required: $1000

Balance due: 90 days prior to arrival.

Deposits are accepted under the following conditions: In the event of cancellation more than 180 days prior to the starting date, the full amount will be refunded; cancellations less than 180 days but more than 90 days, no refund will be made; cancellation less than 90 days, the full amount of the trip will become due and payable unless a replacement can be found.

Kodiak Island Resort is not responsible for days lost to bad weather. Guests will not incur charges if they are unable to depart the Resort due to inclement weather. We strongly encourage guests to obtain trip insurance to protect against weather delays or other circumstances.

Alaska’s Kodiak Island Resort will not be responsible or liable for any loss, damage or injury to participants, personal property, or for any cancellations, expenses or delays incurred as a result of weather, transportation or other conditions over which we have no control. Management reserves the right to withdraw and/or cancel any excursions offered at any time and make changes in itineraries as may be necessary for safety and proper handling of said excursions. All guests have a responsibility to disclose to management any special medical, physical or dietary conditions. We make no compromise to assure a safe trip; however, outdoor activities of this nature are not entirely “risk free”. We recommend that you secure “Travel and Trip Cancellation Insurance” to protect against unforeseen circumstances. Check with your insurance broker for options on this type insurance. All rates are subject to change without notice but will not change once booking is confirmed.

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Weather data based on closest weather station which is 57 miles from the lodge, so the actual climate at the lodge can vary a bit. Based on weather reports collected during 1985–2015.

Temperature, °F



Avg. Accumulated Precipitation


Weather data based on closest weather station which is 57 miles from the lodge, so the actual climate at the lodge can vary a bit. Based on weather reports collected during 1985–2015.



Our lodge is set in a park-like setting, with a cozy atmosphere, featuring cedar and pine interiors, Alaska native artifact display, and numerous wildlife pictures and paintings.

The lodge has six spacious, double occupancy rooms, each with a private bathroom, two full-sized beds and panoramic views of Larsen Bay and the surrounding mountains. Often while in your room brown bears, foxes, deer and bald eagles can be seen on our property.

Experience all of your meals while enjoying the view from our waterfront dining room, or covered veranda overlooking Larsen Bay. Our spacious guest rooms provide waterfront and mountain views, with whales, bears, fox eagles, deer and sea otters often in the foreground.

We feature deluxe bay view bedrooms, each with a private full-sized bath, a spectacular waterfront dining room, and outrageously good meals.

Our hostesses are always courteous and friendly, and pleased to take your special requests. Our housekeeping staff keeps your rooms spotlessly maintained with a little extra elbow grease applied; they take pride in their work, and it really shows – your rooms are comfortable and inviting.


Corporate buyout:

We specialize in hosting private groups of 6-12 executives. Contact us for a complete all-inclusive quote for your group.

A corporate buyout is a single group booking the entire lodge. Often done for executive retreats.

WiFi available:

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Average travel time to fishing grounds:

30 mins. or less


Our amenities include our executive lounging and recreation room and spacious covered veranda for wildlife viewing.

For indoor relaxation the recreation area has a wet bar, satellite television, movies, and a card table for your enjoyment. There is a good selection of nature tapes about Alaska. You can also hook up your video camera to view your daily fishing action if you wish.Their sincere objective is to surpass our guest’s expectations for great service. There is always plenty of finger food available during your stay in the Executive Lounging Area to enjoy, along with your favorite drink while watching a sporting event on our large screen television.

The recreation area has a wet bar, satellite television, VCR/DVD, movies, card table and kayaks for your enjoyment. There is a good selection of nature tapes and books about Alaska. You can also hook up your video camera to view your daily fishing action if you wish.


Our oceanfront dining room enjoys marvellous views of the mountains, ocean, and wildlife, which along with our four star service and comfortable lodge ambiance, make for a truly special dining experience! Our professionally trained chef will conjure up such mouthwatering dishes as Halibut Alyeska, Prime-rib, New York steaks, fresh Alaska Crab, Shrimp Oscar, Crab Stuffed Halibut (to mention only a few), and of course all the trimmings are included: fresh vegetables and salads, fresh breads and other side dishes. Each evening meal is preceded by a variety of tasty hors-d’oeuvres ranging from delicacies such as: sushi, seared sockeye salmon, fresh crab to nachos, Swedish meatballs and salmon dips with pieta bread or crackers. After enjoying the main course with all the trimmings, make sure you have an ample appetite to enjoy our homemade desserts! Full breakfasts and fresh pastries are served early so as to fortify our guests for a full day of adventures. Lunches are either prepared and sent out each day in your own personal insulated lunch box. Soft drinks of your preference are iced and stocked on each boat.

At the end of your exciting day sport-fishing and sightseeing, relax in our executive lounging area, feast on our tasty hors-d’oeuvres, and enjoy your favorite drink while recounting your day’s adventures with your friends and family. (Though we don’t provide liquor, you’ll find a generous supply of ice, mixers, and soft drinks in the lounging/wet-bar area to meet your needs.) Our appetizer platters are heaping with fresh crab, smoked salmon, shrimp, cheeses, homemade dips, crackers, and other marvellous culinary masterpieces from our gourmet chef.

Dining at Kodiak Island Resort is always an event… You will really enjoy your delicious meals while taking in our expansive view of the Kodiak Mountains and Larsen Bay. The main course will range from Halibut Florentine or Halibut stuffed with crab meat, King Salmon with Hollandaise sauce, to Porterhouse or Prime rib steaks. On the lighter side, how about Fettuccine Alfredo with smoked salmon? Savor our homemade breads and desserts. Though we enjoy showcasing our area’s fresh seafood, we realize ‘one shoe’ doesn’t fit all our guests’ palates, therefore, our head chef prepares an assortment of delicious Alaskan cuisine to make sure everyone has a thoroughly enjoyable dining experience.

Other Activities

Alaska is home to over 98 percent of our country’s brown bear population with Kodiak having more than it’s fair share. Bear viewing from Kodiak Island Resort takes you to some of the best and most spectacular locations to view Kodiak Brown Bears anywhere.

Kodiak Island, Alaska Viewing bears in their natural habitat at Kodiak Island Resort is a truly awesome experience.

Grizzlies and brown bears are part of the same Alaska bear family. The term brown bear is usually given to bears that reside in Alaska coastal areas, while grizzlies usually reside inland. Kodiak brown bears tend to be larger than grizzlies due to a more abundant supply of protein to eat such as salmon.

Our bear viewing trips often travel by bush plane or boat from our lodge in Larsen Bay to either Halo Bay, in Katmai National Park, or to the Frazier River in the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. All of our trips trips offer excellent opportunities to see a heavy concentration of bears, and many times no other people around, other than your party. Our guides know the best places that are off the beaten path. We also see bears, almost daily, around the lodge or foraging along the shorelines and often near where we fish.

At the Frazier watch bears congregate in the river to feed on the seasonal returns of sockeye and Pink Salmon. The Halo Bay adventure has bears digging clams in tidal flats as well as foraging along the coastline and expansive tidal planes. Both trips also provide the opportunity to see some of the world’s most spectacular country from the air.



Our boat is 36 feet long, 14 feet wide, with a heated cabin and private restroom. Offering each guest the maximum in comfort while providing plenty of room for battling fish. The wide beam of our fishing boats provide a smooth ride, a very stable fishing platform, and plenty of fishing room. Each boat is equipped with state of the art electronics for navigation, communication, and fish location. GPS chart plotters make it easy to stay on the fish and navigate in poor visibility. Alaska fishing for halibut, king and silver salmon, rockfish, dungeness and tanner crabs is unsurpassed.



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You will arrive at Kodiak Island Resort at approximately 5:30 PM for your first night at the lodge. Departure from Larsen Bay is approximately 9:00 AM on the last day of your trip. If you book a 5 day 5 nights fishing trip, departure will be approximately 5:30 PM on your last day of fishing.

Special Arrangements can be made for groups wishing to fly directly from Anchorage into Larsen Bay.

Upon booking your Alaska Sport-fishing or Hunting Adventure to Kodiak Island Resort we promptly mail a travel “Guest Planner’ form that enables us to have your sport-fishing license prepared prior to your arrival, alert the gourmet chef of any dietary restrictions and give attention to your special requests. Our special effort to customize your vacation truly distinguishes our operation from others. We ask our guests to mail back the planning forms and a copy of the airline itinerary. Leaving Home You will be contacted a few days prior to the beginning of your fishing adventure to Kodiak Island Resort. This gives you the last minute opportunity to share any special requests prior to the commencement of your adventure.

When you arrive in Alaska At Kodiak Island Resort we are committed to providing the highest quality adventure for our clients. As with any remote destination, a “hassle-free” travel experience is an important part of your vacation. To make sure you have no surprises during your flights to and from Kodiak Island Resort please take a moment to read information that follows.

Some of our trip packages include round-trip charter air service from Anchorage to the Lodge in Larsen Bay. One of the most important factors in flying throughout Alaska is weight. On these flights we allow for the weight of the passenger, plus 50lbs of luggage and one box of fish of 50 lbs on the return flight to Anchorage. On flights from Kodiak to Larsen Bay we allow for the weight of the passenger, transportation of two 50 pound boxes of fish and 50 pounds of personal luggage. Most first-time travelers tend to over pack, so please bring only what you will need.

If you wish to go over the listed weights or want to bring more fish home, all related expenses will be your responsibility. There are several options available; For example, you may choose to send your clothing home via the U.S. Mail. A second option is to upgrade the aircraft to accommodate more weight.

If you are flying through Kodiak City be aware that local scheduled flights allow for the passenger and 50lbs only: additional weight is charged at a rate of $.60 cents per pound. The major airlines will list weight allowances on their websites and additional weight is solely your responsibility.

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