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Steamboat Bay Fishing Club
- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
- What we fish for: King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Pink Salmon, Halibut, Ling Cod, Rockfish, Chum Salmon
- Featured On: Ketchikan Fishing - Top Rated Fishing Charters & Resorts Alaska's Inside Passage - Fishing Lodges & Charters
The Steamboat Bay Fishing Club offers luxury Alaska Sportfishing in the Ketchikan area. The lodge sits on the Noyes Island and is accessible by float plane from Ketchikan. One of the pluses for staying with Steamboat Bay Fishing Club is that welcome both novice and veteran fishermen. This is an all-inclusive fishing resort in the heart of the Southeastern Alaska wilderness.
Guests stay in luxury rooms either in the main lodge or in the "Residence." The island is uninhabited except by the lodge's crew and guests. Expect the best such as pillow top mattresses decked out with premium linens and plenty of space. The free Wi-Fi is perfect for sharing your adventure on social media or for checking email. Additional features include mud rooms, sauna, Kayaks, and miles of wilderness trails to hike. They even have a business suite for corporate parties.
The Fish, the Setup and The Adventure
Fishing The Waters off of Noyes Island
The local waters are an end loop of warm water upwelling, which means that the microfauna is constantly in bloom, and that is the start of a fishing cycle that keeps the trophy fish nearby. The small stuff, plankton and zooplankton feed the fry that grow to smolt that then feed the medium fish who become a meal for the trophy fish. That is the cycle that guests of the lodge get to enjoy.
Featured Video of Steamboat Bay Fishing Club
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