One way to keep yourself occupied is to queue up a fishing podcast. Load your podcast app with episodes from these fishing podcast shows.
We have many ideas to help you find a memorable holiday gift before the fishing season kicks off again in Alaska.
It just so happens that Petersburg, Alaska is a rustic fishing destination when spring rolls around. Don't skip this season!
Anglers choose Island Point Lodge because of our ability to provide an unforgettable self-guided Alaska fishing experience. And although Petersburg is well known for its salmon, the Alaska fishing season is rife with opportunities to catch halibut, cutthroat trout, Dolly Vardens, and highly coveted steelhead as well! And although we’ll provide you with essential meals, gear, and inside information, you’ll still need to do some planning. As such, we put together a quick guide to give you some things to think about as you prepare for the Alaska fishing season on Kupreanof Island. Alaska Fishing Trips on Kupreanof Island Because [...]
Just because we're closed for the season doesn't mean you have to stop thinking about fishing in Alaska. One way to stay excited about the upcoming season is to read a few books about fishing before your excursion.
With spring just around the corner, we're approaching yet another record-breaking Southeast Alaska fishing season, which means reserving your stay with Island Point Lodge now is vital! The best part about the upcoming season is that you'll have access to fish in Alaska in some of the best lakes, streams, and rivers around our lodge. We're located on the Inside Passage of the Tongass National Forest, which means you'll be just minutes away from the Alaska Inland Seaway, where the fish are abundant. We'll go over some of the popular saltwater majestic creatures that thrive in the area and what you can expect to catch during your stay with one of the best Southeast Alaska fishing lodges for saltwater fish.
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.