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Rodgers Fishing Lodge – British Columbia

With a backdrop of tall mountain peaks, sparkling ocean waters, pristine beaches, abundant marine wildlife, and, of course, great fishing, this area is what British Columbia is all about! With direct flights from Seattle, Rodgers Fishing Lodge offers easy access to B.C.'s best fishing.

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Waterfall Resort – Alaska Sportfishing

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Along the West Coast of Prince of Wales Island where Waterfall Resort is located, extreme tides and surging ocean currents create a habitat for millions of bait fish that attract annual returns of Trophy-size Salmon, Halibut, Red Snapper, and Ling Cod.

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Tutka Bay Lodge – Within the Wild Adventures

Tutka Bay Lodge

Tutka Bay Lodge is located in a remote and rugged fjord along Kachemak Bay, nine miles from the seaside village of Homer. This area offers rugged coastlines, deep fjords, dramatic mountains, quiet beaches, and forests. Tutka Bay Lodge includes six private guest accommodations, seasoned full-service staff and guide services, and an array of activities within the Kachemak Bay marine community.

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Zachar Bay Lodge

Kodiak's scenery is magnificent- rugged mountains, hundreds of miles of shoreline, lakes, marshes, bogs, and meadows. Four-thousand-foot mountains rise from the sea accented with fjordlike inlets. Lush vegetation blankets the mountains ranging from sedges, alders, and spruce to colorful wildflowers and berries. The refuge is home to an estimated 2,300 brown bears, and at least 600 nesting pairs of bald eagles. More than 250 species of birds live upon or visit the refuge, while more than 1.5 million seabirds overwinter in nearshore waters surrounding Kodiak Island.

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Favorite Bay Lodge

There is a place where things have never changed. Where nature still controls the earth and man is merely a visitor. Where humpback whales, bald eagles and brown bear are the rulers of the land.

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Yakutat Lodge – Fannings on the Bay

Experience the majestic beauty of Alaska's wild gulf coast and the Saint Elias Range. Yakutat is resplendent with North America's largest glaciers and prolific crystal clear rivers. For those seeking the greatest variety of wildlife, fishing and spectacular Alaskan scenery, Yakutat Lodge is the natural choice.

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El Capitan Lodge

El Capitan Lodge truly provides its guests with “The Ultimate Sportfishing Adventure!” Located in Sea Otter Sound, an area known for its excellent Salmon and Halibut fishing, we troll and mooch for trophy-size King and Silver Salmon or drift fish for the record-breaking Halibut and Rockfish. Come to Where Fishing Is Catching!

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Tanaku Lodge – In Magical Elfin Cove

Tanaku Lodge, located on the northern-most tip of the famed Inside Passage in the remote fishing village of Elfin Cove Alaska. The region is well-known for its extraordinary fishing action. This Southeast Alaska lodge offers superb guest services, four-star cuisine, excellent guiding staff and down-home hospitality!

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Yes Bay Lodge – Steeped in Alaskan Tradition

Yes Bay Lodge

Yes Bay Lodge lies fifty miles north of Ketchikan in southern Southeast Alaska. Overlooking the spectacular view of the Bay and pristine Wolverine Creek, the Lodge is nestled in the heart of The Tongass National Forest, one of the most magnificent places to visit in Alaska.

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Talon Lodge an Island Pradise

Talon Lodge located in Sitka, Alaska is an angler’s paradise and has some of the most spectacular salmon fishing in Alaska. Saltwater species include King, Coho and Pink Salmon, Halibut, Lingcod, and Yelloweye Snapper. Freshwater species include Steelhead, Sockeye and Coho. Talon Lodge is known for exceeding the expectations of its guests with gourmet meals, phenomenal fishing, as well as the awe-inspiring views of Sitka, Mt Edgecumbe and the North Pacific.

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