Kodiak Island is sport fishing paradise! Kodiak is well-known for it’s world-class fishing! This is a true Alaska wilderness experience: fabulous freshwater and saltwater fishing, abundant wildlife viewing, beautiful scenery, and pristine wilderness. Our Kodiak wilderness ocean-front house is a short 20-minute flight from the city of Kodiak. Our fish camp has Alaskan guides with over 30 years of experience, increasing the opportunity to get you on the fish! Your daily options are: freshwater stream fishing, saltwater deep-sea fishing, bear and wildlife viewing or just relaxing.
Your Kodiak Sport Fishing trip starts here!
King Salmon (Chinook) Fishing
Fish on! You really know when you hook-up to a big trophy King salmon. The mighty King salmon are targeted in freshwater as well as saltwater. In June and July, Kings are chrome-bright ocean-run king salmon range from 25 to 40 pounds, with some Kings weighing over 50 pounds are harvested by our anglers.
Red Salmon (Sockeye) Fishing
The largest Sockeye salmon run arrives late June through mid-August, hundreds of thousands of sockeye salmon return to our ocean-front home and neighboring rivers each summer, making Kodiak Island rivers some of the best sockeye fishing in all of Alaska. Sockeye salmon is our favorite table fish of all salmon. Also, we enjoy smoked salmon in a uniquely cured seasoned brine then hardwood smoked. Smoked salmon is a time-honored process and tradition.
Silver Salmon (Coho) Fishing
The best Silver salmon fishing in Alaska is found on Kodiak Island. Silver salmon are the most aggressive and hard fighting salmon of all species of salmon. Silver salmon average 12 to 22 pounds can be taken on flies, spinners or spoons near our ocean-front property. The run typically starts early August and continues through early October. We can combine freshwater river fishing and saltwater fishing. Silvers are great to grill!
Freshwater: Kodiak’s remote streams and rivers provide anglers with the rare opportunity to catch multiple species in the same day. Depending on the season, possible species include: Chinook (King) Salmon, Coho (silvers) Salmon, Sockeye (Red) Salmon, Chum (Dog) Salmon, Pink (Humpy) Salmon, Dolly Varden Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Steelhead.
Saltwater: Fishing starts directly out the front door of Kodiak fish camp. From huge Halibut, ling cod, and rock fish to the aggressive Coho (Silvers) Salmon, and trophy Chinook (King) Salmon, you’ll love our saltwater fishing!
Kodiak Brown bear feeding on salmon
Kodiak Brown Bear and Wildlife Viewing: Bring your camera! Wildlife in the Kodiak area is diverse and abundant. Land mammals present include Sitka black-tailed deer, mountain goats, foxes, and of course the giant Kodiak Brown bear. Marine mammals that you might encounter include orca, gray, and humpback whales, Dall’s porpoise, Stellar sea lions, harbor seals, and sea otters. Bird species are abundant and over 200 species inhabit the area. Bald eagles and puffins are two of the most common birds that typify Kodiak and are abundant around our area.
We keep our maximize group size to four guests and tailor our daily trips to accommodate the wishes of everyone. Kodiak fish camp is fully equipped with top quality spinning and deep sea fishing gear to take care of our clients. This is a vacation of a lifetime!
3-day package: $4,500 per person.
5-day package: $5,950 per person.
7-day package: $7,000 per person.
We specialize in small groups to provide personalized attention.
We host a minimum of 3 guests per fishing package and limit up to 6 guests.
Dates: July 1 - September 30
Weekly schedule: Arrive at Kodiak fish camp on Monday morning and depart camp on Saturday morning.
Fishing Package Includes: Guide service, accommodations (double occupancy) comfortable wilderness ocean-front house, all meals, daily appetizers, packed lunches, beverages, daily fishing charters, spin fishing gear, transportation to and from many salmon and trout streams, and fish processing (fillet, vacuum seal, and freeze) one 50 lbs. airline approved travel box of your sport caught fish. Kodiak Brown bear and wildlife viewing tours are available. Fly rod rental available.
What to bring: Layered clothes, medium weight jacket, rain gear, gloves, hat, polarized glasses, chap-stick, bug repellant, sunscreen, camera, rubber boots, breathable quality chest waders and quality boots, favorite fly fishing rod for freshwater fishing, and personal gear.
Travel: Arrival/departure point is Kodiak Airport, Alaska, where you will be met by air charter shuttle representative at the airport. Clients are responsible for commercial air travel to and from Kodiak, and follow-on air charter flight passenger seat to our Kodiak fish camp at Ugak Bay. We suggest you arrive 1-day in Kodiak prior to your fishing adventure commencing, so you can pick-up Alaska sport fishing license and King stamp, pick-up any personal items you may need, or sight seeing around Kodiak. We assist clients in coordinating air charter service passenger seats from Kodiak Airport to/from Kodiak fish camp. Air charter service is determined by type of float plane (Cessna 206, Bush Hawk, DeHavilland Beaver, or Widgeon). Air charter flights have passenger and weight restrictions. For departure schedule, recommend 1-day in Kodiak for shipping trophy fish home. We recommend purchasing airline tickets with flexible change policies and travel insurance in the event of inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances that may affect your commercial airline travel.
Licenses, King Stamps, and Harvest Record Cards: Alaska Sport Fishing licenses and King stamps may be purchased from a license vendor (sporting goods stores) in Anchorage or Kodiak or online at: www.adfg.alaska.gov/store. Alaska sport fishing license (non-resident, 7-day license) fee: $45. King stamp (non-resident, 7-day stamp) fee: $45. Harvest Record Cards are available from ADF&G offices, fishing license vendors, or online at: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/license/sportlicense/pdf/sf_harvest_record_card.pdf
Kodiak Island fishing limits are generous! Please see current Southwest Alaska Sport Fishing Regulations Summary booklet and emergency orders before you fish any of the waters in Southwest Alaska (Kodiak Island Freshwaters and Saltwaters).
Kodiak Island Freshwater general regulation. https://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/regulations/fishregulations/PDFs/Southwest/2022sw_sfregs_kodiak_fresh.pdf.
Kodiak Island Saltwater general regulation. https://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/regulations/fishregulations/PDFs/Southwest/2022sw_sfregs_kodiak_akpen_aleutian_salt.pdf
Fishing trip does not include: Before and after fishing trip expenses, commercial airfare, air charter passenger seat, hotel, Alaska fishing license, king stamp, shipping fish home, and gratuity.
Travel Insurance. We highly recommend all our clients purchase travel insurance with trip cancellation, as well as a Global Rescue Membership for medical advisory and evacuation. For guidance on these travel protection services and to enroll, contact Justin Walker at Global Rescue at phone: 1-435-680-2566 or 1-617-210-8110 or via email: Jwalker@globalrescue.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://globalrescue.com/mikeodinsalaskaadventures/ or you should use another reputable provider.
Conditions. All clients and guests are required to sign a Fishing Trip Agreement to reserve fishing trip dates. For further clarification, we have posted our Payment and Cancellation Policy on our website. Mike Odin’s Alaska Adventures, LLC requires all clients and guests to review and sign a Participation Release Form prior to start of activities. This agreement includes a release of liability, waiver of claims, assumption of risk, and loss payment. Also, we request clients and guests to complete our Guest Information Form to identify an emergency contact and to notify us of any medical situations or special medications that you may be taking that could be helpful in case of an emergency.
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