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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
Quest Alaska Lodges is located in the Southeast of Alaska on Hummingbird Island. The lodge sits just five minutes across the water from Sitka. It might be more accurate to say that the lodge is the island as the cabins that make up Quest Alaska Lodges inhabit all of the five acre island. Hummingbird Island is a remarkable set-up with pristine views of the Sitka Sound and beautiful Alaskan wilderness. A bonus to guests who choose to stay at Quest Alaska Lodges is that Sitka is a major Alaskan airport. You can be checked into your cabin within 30 minutes of arriving.
The Cabins are comfortable and designed to help guests relax after a long day of fishing. Expect plush sofas and chairs, comfortable beds and private bathrooms. There are three cabins with two bedrooms that can accommodate up to four guests and four one-bedroom cabins with private bath. Total guest occupancy of the island is up to 16 people.
The Fishing at Quest Alaska Lodges
While the king salmon might sound huge, they pale in comparison to the Pacific Halibut. Sitka Sound is prime halibut waters too. The state record for Halibut is 495 pounds. Halibut divide into two groups, the barn doors, those over 100 pounds, and the chickens which weigh under 100 pounds. Those are serious fish. Plus, they are good eating.
Other Delicious Fish and Monster Predators of Sitka
If you choose to lodge at Quest Alaska Lodges, you will be treated to world-class fishing. The setting is not only amazing; it conveniently located. It is an easy to get to adventure that you will never forget.
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