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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
The Kodiak Wilderness Adventures Lodge sits in the small fishing hamlet of Port Lions, Alaska. This is a year-round lodge that specializes in trophy fishing and hunting. The lodge is 4,500 square feet and features four double occupancy guest rooms with private bathrooms for each. Expect to find comfortable and friendly accommodations with plenty of beautiful views and some outstanding fishing opportunities.
Fishing with Kodiak Wilderness Adventures
The best time to come begins in June where the Sockeye or Red Salmon begin to fill the coves and inlets as they get ready to head upstream to spawn. Reds run to six pounds on average. June is also an excellent time to target King Salmon. King Fishing is great in July as the bigger fish show up to dine on the bait fish. Expect the average King to weigh 20-25 pounds. Later in July and into August becomes a prime time for Silver Salmon. When you tire of Salmon fishing the Rockfish and Halibut are waiting. Both are available in peak-run throughout the summer.
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