Easily accessible from Ketchikan in Southeast Alaska, Steamboat Bay Fishing Club is the elite luxury Alaska sport-fishing experience presented by the Waterfall Group.
Steamboat Bay Fishing Club
Set amid pristine wilderness on Noyes Island, Steamboat Bay Fishing Club is located on what was once the site of a thriving salmon cannery. The cannery prospered thanks to its choice positioning, adjacent to the best fishing spots in Southeast Alaska. Today, the Club offers exclusive proximity to those same spots—along with the ultimate in privacy, amenities, and lodging.
Opened in 2013 and managed by the Waterfall Group, Steamboat Bay features guided saltwater sport fishing aboard custom-built North River cabin cruisers outfitted with top gear and state-of-the-art marine technology. Back at the Club, guests enjoy a fully stocked open bar, Alaska-inspired fine dining, and a wealth of comforts and personalized services. The professional Steamboat Bay crew is on hand 24/7 to attend to any guest need.
The Club accepts reservations for groups of up to 24 during the summer fishing season, hosting intimate gatherings for families and friends as well as executive retreats and corporate events.
The Waterfall Group
A leader in adventure hospitality management, the Waterfall Group markets, operates, and supports multiple lines of business nationally, from sport-fishing lodges in Southeast Alaska to floatplane tours in the Florida Keys. The Waterfall Group’s flagship property, Waterfall Resort Alaska, has more than hosted 60,000 anglers to date, celebrating more than 35 years in operation.
Steamboat Bay Management Crew
- Ken Dole, President and Managing Partner
- Steve Cockrell, General Manager
- Adam Shoen, Resident Manager
- Holly Shoen, Front of the House Lead
- Everett Athorp, Lead Guide
- Geoff Stevens, Director, Marketing
- Mike Dooley, Director, Sales and Reservations
- Chuck Baird, Director, Corporate Group Reservations
- Nola McCamy, Reservations Manager
Welcome to the Club.
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