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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
- What we fish for: King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Pink Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Halibut, Ling Cod, Rockfish, Chum Salmon, Steelhead
- Featured On: Ketchikan Fishing - Top Rated Fishing Charters & Resorts Alaska's Inside Passage - Fishing Lodges & Charters
Yes Bay Lodge sits along the coastal waters of the Southeast of Alaska. The lodge sits within the town of Ketchikan making it an easy access lodge for travelers. The lodge focuses on its family atmosphere and the superb fishing that occurs around Ketchikan, Alaska. One of the primary differences of this lodge from others is that their guide ratio is 2:1. Two guests per boat whereas other lodges and charters have four or six guests per boat.
Yes Bay Lodge is a rustic lodge that is comfortable and feels like home. Don't let the word rustic fool you, there are plenty of amenities here to satisfy most guests. Each of the rooms has a private bathroom with a tub-shower combo. Rooms are double occupancy and as such, they come with either a California King, Queen or two twin sized beds. There is a pool table in the great room. The food here is awesome. Expect beautiful food that is delicious. The wholesome appetizers and five-star dinners are outstanding. The lunches are hot and divine, and breakfast is not only good it is designed to power your entire day.
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If you are looking for a quaint, comfortable lodge with many options for fishing, then the Yes Bay Lodge is your ideal location.
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