Book a fishing trip in Alaska today

Unlike most places in Alaska, at Larsen Bay Lodge you do not have to limit yourself to just freshwater fishing, or just saltwater fishing. With a fleet of boats and our own floatplane, you can design your adventure any way you would like. Each day you can choose whether you would like to experience the variety and abundance of saltwater fishing for giant halibut, black sea bass, ling cod, etc. or head to the world class salmon and steelhead rivers that are only minutes away from the lodge.

The fly fishing is extraordinary with wide shallow rivers teaming seasonally with king salmon, sockeye salmon, silver salmon, steelhead and Dolly Varden. All of our waters can be fished with spinning tackle which we happily provide. Enjoy a float trip down the famous Karluk River and a delicious shore lunch prepared by your guide!

In addition to great fishing, you will certainly enjoy watching the comical antics of Kodiak Bears catching salmon along the rivers, watching whales spout in the saltwater bays, rare Steller Sea Lions lounging on the rocks, majestic bald eagles perched everywhere, and much more. We also put out a crab pot for succulent, and sumptuous snow crabs!

Alaska Big Fishing

4 Days/ 5 Nights…$3800.00

5 Days/ 6 Nights…$4750.00

6 Days/ 7 Nights… $5500.00

7 Days/ 8 Nights…$6000.00

You can combine salmon fishing, halibut fishing, wildlife viewing, crabbing, and beach combing all into one trip at no extra charge, (other than license fees)!

Price per person includes: Lodging, Meals, Guide, Fishing Charters, Bear & Whale viewing, Fishing equipment, Fish Cleaning and packaging material.

June – July

  • King Salmon
  • Sockeye Salmon
  • Halibut
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Crabbing
  • Beach Combing

August

  • Silver Salmon
  • Halibut
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Crabbing
  • Beach Combing

September

  • Silver Salmon
  • Steelhead
  • Halibut
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Crabbing
  • Beach Combing
50% Deposit required to secure reservations
Deposits are non refundable
Deposits may be transferred to future trips
Minimum group size (2)