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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing Self Guided Fishing
Rocky Point Resort sits along the northern tip of Mitkof Island in the Southeaster part of Alaska. The lodge sits at the halfway point along the shores of the Wrangell Narrows giving it the perfect location to fish these highly productive waters. Here, guests fish for bit 30-60 pound King Salmon and the Big 100 plus pound Halibut.
Guests stay in one of the many cabins. Expect to find furnished covered decks, full living rooms, oil heat, boot dryers, and a mini fridge. Each Cabin offers two bedrooms equipped with bunk style beds and a private three piece bathroom between the two rooms. Hot water, soap, towels, and bedding are all included. Expect to find comfortable and clean accommodations.
Fishing with Rocky Point Resort
This is a beautiful area and the fishing here is good. Expect nice accommodations with friendly staff and outstanding fishing opportunities.
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