Tongass National Forest: it's comprised of a vast 17 million acres spread across Southeast Alaska and is the largest national forest in America. Island Point Lodge is situated on the "Inside Passage" of the forest, which is home to a variety of unique wildlife and an abundance of fish in Alaska, including halibut and the five species of salmon. The region also features orcas, wolves, otters, beavers, bald eagles, brown bears, among many others, all of which may be spotted on your Alaska fishing trip. Since we're located on the "Inside Passage" of the largest intact temperate rainforest, we wanted to shed some light on the vital role it plays in Southeast Alaska fishing.
An Alaska fishing trip may be a once in a lifetime experience, which is why we suggest planning ahead of time to get the most out of your stay with Island Point Lodge. You’ll want to be aware of some of the basic knowledge about planning your first Alaska fishing season adventure. Being prepared ahead of time will save you the headache of making last-minute decisions that you should be thinking through. We suggest reading over What to Bring on Your Fishing Adventure for an idea of how to come prepared to the lodge during the Alaska fishing season after you book your stay. Keep reading as we give you a few tips that will ensure that the planning process goes smoothly.
Life becomes all too busy with sporting events, family get-togethers, work deadlines, and so many life happenings that pull you in every other direction. Island Point Lodge offers a secluded Alaska fishing destination with less noise and a peaceful place to build your family connections through one of the best father-son activities. One of the most important things in life is spending time with your son while he’s young and wants to learn as much as possible from the person he admires the most— his dad. It’s vital to make time for father-son activities because before you know it, the kids will be fully grown. Father-son family fishing trips are an essential way to learn about one another and will leave life-lasting memories
When anglers leave Island Point Lodge after the peak of the Alaska king salmon season, there’s a lot of salmon to bring back home. What on earth are you going to do with all that frozen fish? Salmon has a quality frozen lifespan lasting anywhere from four to eight months in a freezer, especially when it’s perfectly packaged. We’ll fillet, and freezer pack your fish for you at no additional cost which is just another reason as to why we’re one of the best Alaska fishing resorts around! Without further ado, let's get down to business and talk about the basics on how to cook salmon.