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About Our Lodge

We are a First Class Alaska Lodge offering unique remote Alaska eco-tours. Satellite TV, Phone, FAX, & Wireless-Internet availableLearn More

Wildlife

Unparallelled Marine Wildlife Viewing: Sea otter, Sea lion, Humpback & Orca Whale. Land Wildlife Photography Featuring: Bald Eages, Kodiak Brown Bear, Elk, Deer, Fox.
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Fishing

Kodiak, Alaska Fishing: Deep Sea, Spinning, & Fly Fishing.
Freshwater Fishing: Rainbow, Dolly Varden, Steelhead, Salmon. Saltwater Fishing: Halibut, Lingcod, Salmon (Sockeye, Silver, King, Pink), Yellow-Eye, Sea Bass, Red SnapperLearn More

Photography

Awaiting you is a wide array of wildlife including the popular Kodiak Brown Bear, assorted sea mammals, soaring bald eagles and comical puffins.Learn More

Latest From The Blog

Alaska Travel Tips

  • November 2nd, 2017

If you’re planning on traveling to Alaska for the first time, naturally you’re excited about exploring this vast, wild, and beautiful state that’s like no other. Whether your plans include doing some freshwater fishing in Kodiak or renting a car for a sightseeing adventure, we’ve got a few travel tips that will help you get the most out of your visit.

Bear Safety When You Visit Kodiak, Alaska

  • October 4th, 2017

A vacation to Alaska is a great opportunity to learn all kinds of Fun Facts About The Kodiak Brown Bear, as well as many other types of animals, such as the Kodiak Red Fox, the River Otter, & the Snowshoe Hare. That being said, when you visit Alaska, chances are you might see a brown bear or two. Don’t worry, we’ll let you know what to do when you see one, and you’ll find out what behaviors and safety measures you should follow to stay safe around these beautiful—but potentially dangerous—wild animals.

Everything You Need to Know About the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights

  • September 6th, 2017

The splendid moving lights of the aurora are really collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the world’s environment. The lights are seen over the northern and southern halves of the globe. This phenomenon is known as ‘Aurora borealis’ in the north and ‘Aurora Australis’ in the south. The term ‘Aurora borealis’ comes from the Latin Aurora, meaning “Roman goddess of the dawn” plus Latin Borealis, meaning “north.” This is why the Aurora Borealis is also called the Northern Lights.

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