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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
Icy Bay is not just a place, it is an adventure. The name is given to a body of water that appeared in the last 100 years as glacier retreat revealed a 30-mile natural fish hatchery. This is part of the Wrangell-Saint Elias National Park and it is so remote that few anglers ever make it here to fish. For those that do, welcome to a pristine, raw, and rugged place where the fishing is insanely addictive.
Guests stay in a well organized and maintained lodge with out-cabins. For as rugged as the area is, the lodge offers comfortable, clean, and well-equipped place from which to enjoy your Alaskan Adventure.
Fishing with Icy Bay Lodge
The Best time for Silver Salmon Fishing is the End of August through Mid-October. Silvers are common in the 12-15 pound range with ample opportunity to battle a 20-pound trophy fish.
The best time to fish for Halibut and King Salmon is mid-May through the first part of August. The Kings range in the 20-25 pound range with opportunities to land 50-pound fish. Halibut are always present and it is not uncommon to see someone with a 200 pound Halibut.
The remote area offers fishermen a lot of opportunities to battle with trophy fish and plenty of fish to make this an adventure to remember.
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