Kodiak Alaska Fishing
World Class Sport Fishing in Kodiak Alaska
The combination of AlpenView Wilderness Lodge and Out Camp provides a full gambit of world class sport fishing opportunities. Presenting a dry fly to a twelve inch rainbow, battling a giant halibut and all points in between. We have it all.
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Kodiak Dolly varden are available throughout the season. Saltwater fishing for dolly varden is best in the summer months, freshwater fishing for dolly varden is always good. Fishing for dolly varden is accessed by boat out of the lodge, by visiting the out camp or by fly-out. They average 1 pound and can go well
over 5 pounds.
The rivers of Kodiak Island are vary well suited to the sport of fly fishing. In contrast to many rivers in Alaska, they are relatively small, easily waded, and clear. A fly fisherman of moderate skill can present the fly to the fish at any point in these rivers. The fish are abundant and the circumstances forgiving so the beginning fly fishermen can get into the action while sharpening their skills. The wide variety of fish, fishing areas, and useable techniques will keep the most experienced fly fishermen entertained.
Lingcod are available by boat out of the lodge all season. They may not be kept until late summer. Lingcod average 10 pounds and get up to 30.