Kodiak Island, Alaska Fishing Lodge and Guide Kodiak Russian River Lodge

Traveling Sportsman Outdoor Adventures since 1991!

Experience the magnificent vistas, the clean crisp smell of the salty Pacific Ocean, and taste that first bite of Alaskan Seafood fresh from the icy waters of the North Pacific. If you have ever dreamed of traveling to Kodiak Island and fishing for gigantic pacific halibut and ocean-bright pacific salmon, we’d love to be your hosts.

Kodiak Wilderness Adventures is the perfect Alaskan Fishing Vacation destination for the traveling sportsman that is willing to get off the beaten path and leave the over-traveled road behind. We offer anglers sport fishing opportunities that are as endless as the long days of our Alaskan summers!

The Lodge

Our beautiful Kodiak Island lodge is located in the tiny Kodiak Island fishing village of Port Lions, Alaska. The Coho-Nook Inn is the center-piece of our community. We operate year-round to accommodate sportsmen

the lodge
pontoon boat
big catch
family fishing
big kid
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whale watching

who travel to our island home in pursuit of trophy fishing and hunting opportunities, as well as travelers staying in our community for business.

The Coho-Nook Inn is a modern, well-appointed lodge with a feel for the Alaskan in all of us. The decor throughout this comfortable 4,500-square foot facility is one that appeals to the outdoorsman and as well as the guest looking for a great place to get really comfortable. Our guests are accommodated in four private, double-occupancy guest rooms, each with its own adjoining private bath.

The great room separating the guest quarters is both spacious and cozy with its large wood stove and beautiful view of Settlers Cove right out the front window.

Fishing Excursions

As a guest with us, you are treated to daily- guided fishing excursions for several desirable species of fish each and every day. We begin to offer these excursions in late May with trolling for bright ocean feeder king salmon along with halibut. It’s important to note that we fish for halibut all season long beginning in May and ending in September. This is typically when these delicious deep water fish move into shallower near shore waters. Also important to note is that we troll for King Salmon most of this same length of time; May through September.
In late May and into June anglers can find Sockeye Salmon in the rivers on nearby Afognak Island.
Moving into the month of July and early August, we target Silver Salmon in the ocean as they are returning to their river systems. These chrome bright fish are incredibly acrobatic and extremely feisty while still in the ocean. Oh and don’t forget that we are still targeting King Salmon and Halibut too!

If the salmon fishing isn’t what we’d like it to be on any given day we switch things up and find ourselves some rock fish including the highly favored yellow eyes, dusky, tiger and other assorted species and after July 1, ling cod. One really cool thing about fishing the ocean is that you never know what your gonna pull up from the deep! We target specific species but there are always surprises that come up on the end of your line! You might catch an octopus, a salmon shark or some creature you’ve never seen or heard of before!

At Kodiak Wilderness Adventures, we pride ourselves on our attention to detail and our desire to provide each guest with an experience they will always remember. We are committed to our guest’s safety and operate a vessel that is extremely pleasurable to fish from and travel on.

Our fishing gear is top of the line and our decades of experience ensure you won’t be going home with empty fish boxes!

The waters surrounding our Lodge are full of wildlife including several species of whales, puffins, otters and seals along with many species of birds. The “whale shows” are a daily event so there is always something to see while you are out on the water.

Food & Beverage

Meals are prepared with real food! Fresh seafood, locally grown produce, and homemade desserts are just a taste of what to expect after a day of fishing.Our fishing excursions are all inclusive meaning the price you see covers everything except your Alaska State Fishing License and gratuities. Lodging, daily guided fishing including bait and gear, all meals and carefully prepared fish processing are what you can expect. We also include traveling to Kodiak is easy with several daily flights per day from Anchorage. We can help you with figuring out your travel arrangements and we are happy to do so!the cost to bring you from your arrival into Kodiak to our Lodge in Port Lions and back to Kodiak at the end of your stay.

What’s Included?

  • Comfortable, spacious lodging.
  • Three meals daily including appetizers, fresh baked breads, cookies, desserts, beverages, and featuring fresh, locally caught seafood dishes.
  • 8-9 hours of fishing time with experienced guides and fishing tackle, including terminal tackle that is proven to catch fish.
  • Detailed preparation of fish including skilled filleting, carefully wrapping, vacuum sealing, and freezing your daily catch.
  • Two waxed, airline-approved fish boxes.
  • Complimentary round-trip transportation from Kodiak to Port Lions.
  • Not Included

Alaska State Fishing or Hunting License and King Salmon Stamp, available at the lodge or online.

  • Transportation from Anchorage to Port Lions.
  • Alcoholic beverages. May be purchased in Kodiak upon arrival.
  • Gratuities

Trip Price

  • 5 days Fishing/6 nights Lodging $3750.00 per person
  • 4 days Fishing / 5 nights Lodging $3450 per person

*Discount rates are based on double occupancy or larger parties and only for dates throughout the 2016 Summer season that are available at the time of confirmation.

Kodiak Island Brown Bear

Your host is an Alaskan Registered guide with a multitude of years guiding specifically for bears in Alaska. We focus on areas near to our location and can offer We focus on areas near to our location and can offer residents and non- residents guided Kodiak bear hunts and deer hunts. Please visit our website for more information! 

Sitka Blacktail Deer

Although not indigenous to the Kodiak Island Archipelago, the Sitka Blacktail Deer seem to be perfectly suited to this beautiful mountainous terrain. Transplanted on 

Kodiak in the 1920’s with only a handful of animals, these hardy deer quickly adapted to the area and have flourished to great numbers as they have spread throughout the entire archipelago.

Sea Duck Hunts

These hunts are conducted in December and January when the sea ducks are at their peak of plumage. Sea duck hunts are geared for specimen collectors looking to round out their collection with specific sea ducks. Varieties common to our area include the Common, Surf & White-Winged Scoters, Harlequin, Old Squaw (Long-tailed duck), and Red Breasted & Common Mergansers. Less common Sea Ducks but occasionally taken are the King & Common Eiders. We also have very high numbers of Barrows & Common Golden eye & Greater Scaup.

Pricing and much more specific information about these hunts, lodging, and pretty much all of what we can offer can be found on our website.

If you still have questions please give us a call. We are always happy to talk about hunting and fishing and how we can make your trip a reality!

 

Let Us Be Your Guide to the Kodiak Wilderness!