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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
Kain's Fishing Adventures & Lodge is located just outside of Sitka along the Sitka Sound. This is a Saltwater fishing lodge and as such guests have opportunities to fish for giant Pacific Halibut, King Salmon, Coho Salmon and other denizens of the deep.
Guests are housed in a true lodge with private rooms that feature a private deck, twin beds, private bath, and all of the comforts of home. The main lodge has a hot tub. The common room has TV and a guest computer. There is a card table, cards, and a bar.
Fishing with Kain's Fishing Adventures
The main fish species is King Salmon in the early part of the season ( May-June) and then Coho Salmon towards the end of the season (August-September.) Expect to catch 25-30 pound King Salmon with an occasional 40-70 pound King landed. The Silvers run 10-12 pounds with an occasional 20 pounder hitting the deck.
In between all of the Salmon fishing are the massive Halibut. Expect to encounter Halibut from the 25-300 range as these fish are available all season long. If you want to fish for halibut and have been successful fishing for salmon, keep the salmon heads as Halibut have a thing for Salmon heads.
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