Alaska Sport Fishing
Southeast Alaska sport fishing is exceptional due to the seasonal runs of spawning salmon, the resultant nutrient-rich spring runoff, craggy underwater topography, and warm Pacific upwelling.
The region is a natural habitat for millions of bait fish that in turn attract the famed fish of Southeast Alaska—wild king (Chinook) and silver (coho) salmon, halibut, lingcod, and more than 20 species of rockfish. Southeast Alaska’s best fishing spots are all near to Noyes Island, the site of a once thriving now bygone salmon cannery.
Off the Dock of the Bay
As the only lodge on Noyes, Steamboat Bay Fishing Club is quite simply the closest lodge to the best fishing in Southeast Alaska. Guests have been known to catch their salmon limits inside the bay, within minutes of the Club dock. With its dream location, expert U.S. Coast licensed fishing guides, and personalized guests services, the Club provides a singular luxury Alaska sport-fishing experience.
The Club outfits each of its heated North River cabin cruisers with premium fishing gear. Guides assist novice and experienced anglers alike, and ensure that time on the water is tailored to individual preference. Guests may choose to take a whale-watching break, enjoy lunch on the boat, or return to Steamboat Bay for unhurried midday dining.
The Club’s professional seafood-processing crew trims the catch to guest specifications. Once processed, seafood is vacuum-sealed, flash-frozen, and packed in convenient wet-lock boxes that travel as luggage on return flights home.
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