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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, Pink Salmon, Halibut, Ling Cod, Arctic Char, Arctic Grayling, Steelhead, Sea Bass
Orca Adventure Lodge sits on the head of Orca Inlet on beautiful Prince William Sound in Cordova, Alaska. Lodge offers 40 guest rooms, each with a private bathroom in what was once the Orca Cannery. The lodge also offers remote cabins for groups ranging from 2-12 guests. Some venues offer guided fishing, while others offer only self-guided fishing adventures. Whether you choose to stay at the lodge on Orca Inlet or if you prefer to stay at one of the remote cabins, there is a full list of options available for you.
There are plenty of local streams and rivers that are accessible by boat. Expect to fish for King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Pink Salmon and Rainbow Trout. Those are the most common requests for fishing adventures. The kings show up and peak in June. The Silvers peak in August. The Pinks and Reds show up mid-summer and peak through July and August. The Rainbow Trout are around all season long. The kings are the largest of the five species of Pacific Salmon and can weigh 20-50 pounds. A trophy King weighs over 100 pounds. The Silvers are the true sports fish. They are highly acrobatic, and they put up quite a fight. The Pinks are smaller but plentiful. They spawn only on the even numbered years. If you can fish for Red Salmon, the Sockeye, do it. When they are in the rivers they come by the millions. You might consider a fly out trip for Sockeye fishing.
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