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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
Alaska Island Retreat sits on the shores of Kalgin Island in the midst of Cook's Inlet. The lodge is set up to handle just a few groups of visitors each summer. The focus is on the natural beauty, outstanding fishing and maintaining the beautiful wilderness that this homestead offers.
Perfect for Fishermen, Families, and Kids
Fishing the Quiet Waters
Other Activities on the Island
Your hosts here are David and Gdaiva. Gdaiva offers some outstandingly alternative events throughout the summer season. The third week of June is Gdaiva's Nutritional Bootcamp, which is a focused time for women and children and the occasional man. During the second week of July is singles parents and kids fish camp that offers discounted rates so that children can experience the joy of fishing. The third week of July is Military Appreciation week and service personnel and families are invited to enjoy the lodge at discounted rates. In early September Gdaiva's Nutritional Bootcamp returns with a focus on the silver salmon and wild berries that grow in abundance on the island. By mid to late September duck and geese season begins.
Expect to find an amazing setting without the crowds. Life here is slower and gentler and offers fishermen and families an amazing adventures with outstanding fishing in a natural setting. Few place in Alaska can claim to be bear free. Yet, for guests of the island, there is plenty of wildlife to see. Many enjoy walking along the beaches. There are eagles fishing in the rivers, moose in the glens, and from time to time you might get to watch a red or arctic fox prowling the prairies. If you want a quiet fishing experience, this is the place to come.
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