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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
The Cedars Lodge sits dockside in Ketchikan, Alaska and is part of a trio of fishing lodges that Alaska Sportfishing Expeditions offers to fishermen. Unlike many lodges, the Cedars Lodge is set up with a choice between rooms and suites. Expect comfortable beds, separate sitting areas, dining room, a kitchenette, Cable TV, and a Jacuzzi in the deluxe room. They offer Deluxe, Standard, and Economy Rooms.
Fishing with Cedars Lodge
This is a guided saltwater or guided freshwater fishing lodge. As such, guests can target freshwater species such as Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Dolly Varden, Rainbow Trout, Silver Salmon, and Pink Salmon.
The Fish, The Fishermen, and the Trophies
A good time for King Salmon is May and into June as the massive Kings are feeding and heading upstream.
The Pink Salmon which is one of the most commercially processed salmon only spawn in the even number years. During the odd numbered years expect to find plenty of pink salmon available.
The Pacific Halibut are here year round, but they share a special relationship with the salmon. The Halibut love to eat salmon if they can catch them, so when the salmon begin to mass, the big Halibut come looking for dinner. You might ask your charter how they fish for Halibut. Some trawl for it, while others chum. If you have had a successful salmon trip, use the heads for chum. Halibut have a special love of salmon heads. We should mention that if you are not familiar with Halibut, they get huge. The record for sports fishing for halibut is nearly 500 pounds.
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