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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
- What we fish for: King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Halibut, Ling Cod, Rockfish, Dolly Varden
Surrounded by the Tongass National Forests, Lisianski Inlet Lodge offers guests the best of Southeastern Alaskan fishing. The lodge is nicely situated between Sitka and Juneau and offers a pristine adventure with the wilderness of the Tongass National Forest looming behind and the waters of the Pacific in front. This is a haven for fishermen.
The lodge features four bedrooms, with two private baths, and a shared bath between two of the rooms. The room setup features a queen and twin bed and offers an excellent vacation for families. Maximum number of guests is eight. Expect a warm and hospitable environment with plenty of home cooked food.
Fishing the Southeast and Lisianski Inlet
Guest enjoy guided fishing on the lodge's charter boat, and the guides take you where the fish are. That is the beautiful part to fishing with experts -- they know where the fish are. What you catch is processed by the staff at Lisianski Lodge, vacuumed pack and frozen for you in wet boxes. Expect to take home between 100-150 pounds of frozen fish.
Fishing Species at Lisianski Inlet Lodge
Freshwater Fishing at Lisianski Lodge
Lisianski Inlet Lodge is reachable by boat. Guests fly into Juneau and then fly over to the town of Pelican, which is about two miles away, where guests are greeted by the lodge. The quiet, beautiful lodge and setting offers guests a relaxing time and plenty of fishing opportunities.
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