Overlooking the spectacular view of the Bay and pristine Wolverine Creek, the lodge is nestled in the heart of The Tongass National Forest, the largest temperate rain forest on Earth. For over 40 years, the Hack family has been welcoming guests to Yes Bay Lodge. Unlike most fishing resorts in the state, Yes Bay Lodge is able to offer guests a wide range of saltwater and freshwater fishing, due to its unique location. The myriad of lakes, streams and rivers located within a short distance of the lodge, offer some of the finest freshwater fishing available in Southeast Alaska, while the saltwater fishing is world-class.
The fishing around Yes Bay Lodge has been defined as an almost religious experience! Yes Bay sits in a very unique location with boat rides to prime fishing spots around 20-25 minutes at the most. Sometimes the best spot is right at the mouth of the Bay, less than a 10-minute ride away. Your professional guide will know what species are running and where to give you the most opportunity to get your limit. We are also the only Alaska lodge that features two to four anglers per private boat, assuring you the personal attention that Yes Bay Lodge is famous for!