Our Island Home
Kodiak Island, sitting off the Southern coast of Alaska in the Kodiak Archipelago, is home to the city of Kodiak, Alaska's largest fishing port, famous for catches of king crab and salmon. The island is also home to the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, which takes up almost two-thirds of the island and protects populations of Kodiak brown bears, all six species of Pacific salmon and 250 species of birds. With a lovely temperate marine climate, Kodiak promises outdoor fun, all year long.
Guided Fishing Trips
Choose the fishing outing that suits you best! ATV adventure, exploring the road system rivers or simply taking in the beauty of Alaska's Emerald Isle!
Coming in 2017, we will be operating a full-service remote platform tent campsite for overnight fishing trips! Check back for more information.
"It's an experience that will stay with me forever. I can't wait to see Dale again and do another adventure.
Thanks so much,"
"Very personal and would not call it a day until we caught our limit!! Excellent scenery and saw a lot of wildlife. Dale was a great guide and we will be back again!!!"
Jon Bouma & Jennifer Gervais, Hudson, WI
“One of the best vacations I have ever taken! Dale thought of everything and we laughed the entire time.”