Steamboat Bay Fishing Club
The luxury lodge closest to the finest fishing in Southeast Alaska, Steamboat Bay Fishing Club hosts discerning anglers on secluded Noyes Island near Ketchikan, 90 minutes by floatplane from Seattle. The Club accommodates up to 24 guests in the beautifully appointed Lodge and adjacent manor-style Residence. Expert guides, state-of-the-art boats and equipment, fine Alaska-style cuisine, premium amenities, and personalized guest services make for an unparalleled sport-fishing experience.
On the Water
Novice and experienced anglers alike enjoy guided saltwater sport fishing within minutes of the Club, which presides over the rugged coastlines and dense forests of the Southeast Alaska frontier. This untamed location is famed for wild Alaska king and silver salmon, halibut, lingcod, and more than 20 species of rockfish.
On the Island
After a day on the water, the Club experience continues with the chef de cuisine’s regionally inspired menus, an open bar, and a wealth of on-property diversions. The Club is staffed 24/7 with a warm and professional crew whose sole aim is to see that life at Steamboat Bay is relaxed and seamless.
Spacious accommodations appointed in North Pacific style deliver civilized comforts amid the Alaska wilderness. Guests settle into oceanfront or forest-view suites in The Lodge and The Residence, both built from local timbers and graced with antique fixtures reclaimed from the island’s bygone salmon cannery.
Cocktails and dining take place in the Great Room, with its beamed ceiling, massive hearth, works by Alaska Native artists, inviting sitting areas, and floor-to-ceiling views of Steamboat Bay. After dinner, guests may play a game of pool, opt for whiskey and a cigar, steep in the hot tub on the wraparound deck, lounge fireside with a book, or take a walk under the starry night sky to breathe in the sea air and the quiet serenity of the surrounding forest.
Come experience the best of luxury Alaska sport fishing.
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