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Afognak Wilderness Lodge

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Afognak Wilderness Lodge
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $5,000 to $6,000 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $4,000 to $5,000 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $2,000 to $3,000 Per Person
  • Type: Lodges
  • Fishing: Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing

Afognak Wilderness Lodge is located on lush and mountainous Afognak Island, one of the Kodiak Islands group. Owing to its proximity to both saltwater and freshwater, Afognak Wilderness Lodge is able to offer you the best of both fishing worlds. What’s more, nearby Afognak Island State Park can be accessed via air or boat. You’ll enjoy staying in a spacious guest cabin built from hand-hewn, local logs by the pioneering Randall family. References from guest around the globe are available upon request.

Treat yourself to an Alaskan vacation package that you will never forget at our award-winning lodge!

This cozy lodge accommodates up to 12 guests. These fortunate folks will have great views of the forest or the pristine saltwater cove, right from their private rooms. You’ll forget about the fast-paced, modern world until you’re ready to use the satellite TV and wifi.
Fish to your heart’s delight, or participate in many other activities. Photo tours by kayak are an enjoyable way to spend a day. There’s a wide array of wild denizens include the popular Kodiak Brown Bear, various sea mammals, elegant bald eagles, and adorable puffins. The area’s so thick with amazing wildlife that international film crews have felt compelled to film here. This award-winning lodge has been top-rated for Alaskan adventures and saltwater fishing by You Guides.

At our fishing spots, both along the stream banks and at the estuaries, the salmon abound by the thousands and you do not have to compete to find your own friendly nooks.

Fish the streams and estuaries along the shores of this particularly prized Kodiak Island for Sockeye, Pink and Silver Salmon. Rainbow Trout, Steelhead & Dolly Varden also call these streams home. It’s common for guests to reach and even exceed their daily catch limits. Not to worry – you can always continue to catch-and-release! The lodge provides all equipment for both freshwater and saltwater fishing, but feel free to bring along your own favorite gear.

There’s a myriad of saltwater species waiting to satisfy your fishing urge, from the giant Halibut to the delicate flounder, with delectable lingcod, red-snapper, sea-bass, greenling and much more in between

The lodge's waters are premier fisheries for huge Halibut, Ling Cod, Sea Bass, Yellow-Eye, Red Snapper, Flounder, and Greenling. Experience the excitement of not knowing what’s at the end of your line – it really could be any fish that happens to stray from South Pacific waters that day!
Not an angler, or just need to rest your casting arm? At low tide, you can dig clams, harvest mussels/cockles, ogle for octopus or just cruise the intertidal zone for jelly-fish, starfish, sea-urchins, periwinkles, and any other denizens of the deep that wash up. You came, you saw, you conquered – now feast! Fine dining on bottom fish and shellfish after your victorious return will help you make the very most of this awesome location.

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5.0 Star Rating
Reviewed By on June 16, 2019
  • Majestic place, 100% natural from the hospitality to the food quality. The chef and his crew are very professional and food was delicious.The fishing crew, Dave and Jordan were very easy going and...
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Great Group Fishing Trip
5.0 Star Rating
Reviewed By on June 16, 2019
  • There is a group of us from South Texas that going fishing every year. We have fished in Glacier Bay before but never off of Kodiak. This was an outstanding trip. We had the two best fishing...
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5.0 Star Rating
Reviewed By on June 15, 2019
  • Beautiful place, nice amenities, well organized. The fishing was outstanding - caught our daily limit of sock eye salmon and sea bass. A few halibut. The trip was from June 9-14, 2019. I highly...
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