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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
The Highliner Lodge is an all-inclusive fishing lodge located in Pelican, AK. They have some phenomenal stats when it comes to Pacific Halibut fishing - " One out of every two guests last season, caught a Pacific Halibut that was over 100 pounds." That is pretty amazing and people come to Alaska to catch barn doors ( Those Halibut over 100 pounds.)
Guests are housed in one of the six suites or seven standard rooms. The lodge holds a maximum of 30 guests, making this a perfect location for business groups, families, and even couples. The average number of guests per stay ranges from 12-16. Rooms feature comfortable bed and are well appointed. There is a private bath, free Wi-Fi, and the suites include a sitting room. Dinner is served family style, and the food is top-shelf.
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