The Vacation of a Lifetime that Becomes an Annual Pilgrimage
Saltery Lake Lodge provides freshwater salmon and trout fishing at its finest on beautiful, wild Kodiak Island. Our lodge is the perfect location to truly immerse yourself in the Alaskan wilderness while still being taken care of by our top-of-the-line staff in our rustic but comfortable accommodations. You're invited to head down to the dock and catch Dolly Varden until midnight or snuggle up next to the fire and read a good book while bears pass by the front window.
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Located in the remote wilderness of Kodiak Island, Alaska, our property provides waterfront views of Saltery Lake and the surrounding mountains. Four rivers just outside our door teem with salmon that are waiting to strike your fly. If you continue all the way down Saltery Creek you'll run into Ugak Bay which provides some of the most iconic scenery in all of Alaska. Once at the lodge, we access our unique fisheries either on foot or with four-wheel drive vehicles (and yes, we do replace the shocks each year to guarantee a luxurious ride!). Getting to the lodge is an easy 20 minute flight from the City of Kodiak in Saltery’s floatplane, operated by third-generation lodge owner and pilot, Dave Magoffin. Transportation to and from the lodge is included as part of your week-long package. No extra charter fees apply!
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