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Alaska's Sea Otter Sound Lodge
- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing Self Guided Fishing
Alaska Sea Otter Sound Lodge sits on the island of Heceta in a quiet and secluded cover. Guests are flown in by float plane from Ketchikan to the lodge. The area is wild and beautiful. Guests enjoy excellent fishing in either fully guided or self-guided style with outstanding equipment. The lodge is designed to hold up to 16 guests. The rooms are fully furnished in country chic style, each with a private bath.
Expect comfortable accommodations and friendly hosts. The return rate for guests is over 90%. Meals are served family style, and they feed you well. Lunch is boxed and made up of sandwiches on homemade bread. One of the perks of Alaska Sea Otter Sound Lodges is that you plan your own day. That means you can take lunch with you or come back to shore for sit down lunch on the deck.
Self Guided Fishing Adventures
Guided Fishing Adventures
Other Adventures: There's Bass in Them Waters
If you love to fish, this is an excellent lodge to enjoy that. The hosts are awesome, and the food ad fishing are outstanding.
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