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Alaska's Boardwalk Lodge
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $7,000 to $8,000 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $6,000 to $7,000 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $4,000 to $5,000 Per Person
  • Type: Lodges
  • Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing

Visit the lush rainforest of Prince of Wales Island, just 35 minutes from Ketchikan in Southeast Alaska. Alaska's Boardwalk Lodge, an Orvis endorsed fly fishing lodge, has been voted 'Lodge of the Year' three times. Two guest lodges, described as displaying 'rustic elegance', overlook a tidal inlet of Thorne Bay. This oceanfront lodge is also close to numerous lakes, rivers and streams, making fly-outs unnecessary, and freshwater or saltwater fishing available at any time. A wide array of amenities are available to guests, including a Jacuzzi, mountain bikes, Internet access, games and movies, and even wheelchair accessible rooms and boats.

The trophy-class fishing, exhilarating wildlife, and spectacular scenery make Southeast Alaska’s 5-star adventure the trip of a lifetime!

Fly fish without fly-outs; spend more time on the water catching trophies instead. Trout and char are so abundant you can catch-and-release all day. Even if you don't fish, there's something for everyone at Alaska's Boardwalk Lodge '“ other adventures including whale watching, canoeing and kayaking, wildlife and nature viewing hikes. Prince of Wales Island is a temperate rain forest teeming with foliage and wildlife. Spot bald eagles, Sitka Blacktail Deer, sea otters and Humpback Whales right from the lodge's oceanfront property. Or, enjoy a guided fly-out trip to Anan Creek Bear Observatory, El Capitan Caves, or the Kassan totem Indian village.

Saltwater or Freshwater Fishing… It’s up to you!

This oceanfront property sits in close proximity to 23 lakes, rivers and streams. The optimally located lodge can offer you the best of both fishing worlds, giving you exceptional freedom and complete control of your angling outings. While available, the lodge's fortuitous location makes fly-outs unnecessary; most fishing sites are accessed via Suburban. 28-foot fishing boats will take saltwater adventurers out along Alaska's Inside Passage to tangle with Halibut up to 100 pounds, King Salmon, Cohos, and more.

Seasoned Orvis endorsed fly fishing guides will lead you in pursuit of numerous fish species at the hottest fishing holes

Land a wide variety of native species including native Steelhead, King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Alaska Halibut, Pink Salmon, Cutthroat Trout, Dolly Varden and more. Many of these waters are only fished when Boardwalk guests venture out, allowing you to cast and catch in solitude. If you like to fly fish, cast your flies right on the island '“ no need for a fly-out. Boardwalk outfits you with complete top-of-the-line Orvis fly fishing equipment; or if you wish, bring your own equipment. Most salmon in this area have never seen an artificial fly. Fish for fighting Silvers weighing in at 12 '“ 15 pounds from late July through September. Pinks are smaller, but stack up in these waters. Chums are a tenacious, thrilling catch from mid-July through August. Steelhead are native to the island, with trophy-class lunkers in the 29-37 inch range. Fly or no fly, saltwater or freshwater, Alaska's Boardwalk Lodge is uniquely positioned to help you hook what you're after.

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