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Island View Resort & Charters
- Type: Charters & Guides Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
Island View Resort & Charters is out of Sitka, Alaska. Sitka is Alaska's most productive fishing port and as such it draws people to Alaska to experience amazing King Salmon, Silver Salmon and Pacific Halibut fishing. The lodge sits in its own private cove with its own dock and offers guests quality amenities, and outstanding fishing. While the lodge sits in what seems like a remote setting it is just a ten minute drive to Sitka.
The lodge holds up to 30 guests and offers suites with master bedroom, separate guest rooms, full-size beds and two bathrooms. There are full-sized kitchens, laundry, private hot tub, and big furnished beachfront decks. Guests have use of free high-speed internet, Cable TV, and Wi-Fi.
Fishing with Island View Resort & Charters
If you want to fish where you have access to big Kings, feisty Silvers, and Big 100 pound plus Halibut, Sitka is the place to go.
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