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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing Self Guided Fishing
- What we fish for: King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Halibut, Rockfish, Dolly Varden
- Featured On: Top 10 Trips Under $3,500
Coffman Cove Bear's Den is a self-guided fishing lodge in beautiful Southeast Alaska. Getting here is relatively easy. You can take the ferry from Ketchikan to Hollis where the lodge will pick you up, or you can fly there. Better yet, is the fact that the lodge will help you plan your trip so that you can take advantage of the best options. The remote and beautifully wild area is a prime fishing destination. Guests can opt for saltwater or freshwater, and while the focus is on self-guided fishing, guides are available.Â
Fishing with the Coffman Cove Bear's Den
Fishing guides are available for both Saltwater and Freshwater adventures. The gentle waters of the Inside Passage make fishing the channel easy, but a guide will put you on the big fish.Â
Guests can fish saltwater or freshwater or both. Generally, the target is saltwater salmon or big Halibut, but river fishing adventures allow you to target specific species of Salmon, trophy Rainbow Trout, Cutthroat Trout, and Dolly Varden Char.Â
Expect quality gear for both guided and self-guided fishing trips. Expect easy access to prime fishing for Salmon, Halibut, and Freshwater Fish. The lodge goes out of its way to make your fishing adventure amazing.Â
Lodging with Coffman Cove Bear's Den
The dining room is open for breakfast, and they accommodate your early departure time, especially for fly-out fishing. Lunch is a lovely bagged lunch designed to hold you over till dinner. Breakfast is significant and home-style.Â
Overall, expect a beautiful lodge, caring staff, lovely food, and a warm welcome
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