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I spent eight years living in Alaska, and still have an Alaskan Bucket List a mile long. There are so many ways to experience Alaska. One of the things I would love to do is go on a guided fishing trip to one of the most famous fishing spots in the world, Alaska’s Inside Passage. My family enjoyed fishing in Alaska’s rivers, and I think an ocean fishing trip would be the ULTIMATE way to fish. I don’t even have to think twice about it: Everyone should put an Alaska fishing adventure on their bucket list.
Is an Alaska adventure on your bucket list? Make it easy to kick back and enjoy a fun vacation when you book an all-inclusive resort for your sport fishing adventure. It doesn’t matter if you have never fished before in your life – the experts will take care of you.
Waterfall Resort (photo credit: waterfallresort.com)
The Waterfall Resort and Steamboat Bay Fishing Club both offer their guests the opportunity to fish Alaska’s Inside Passage for King Salmon (now at double the fishing limits than in years past), Coho Salmon, Halibut, Ling Cod, Red Snapper, Black Bass and Rock Fish. Experienced crewmembers know the best fishing areas, and will take you there. The resorts provide rods, reels, tackle, bait, and all-weather gear. The fish processing team professionally cleans, trims, packs, and freezes guests’ catch to order. On-site Alaska Airlines agents help check in all fish that guests bring home.
Steamboat Bay Fishing Club (photo credit: steamboatbay.com)
The Waterfall Resort has been tempting travelers to Alaska for more than 100 years! More than 50,000 guests have stayed at the resort, making it the most popular fishing lodge in Alaska. Getting to and from the lodge is an adventure in itself – you will take a short sea plane from Ketchikan. Awesome! A ground crew helps guests travel to and from the Ketchikan International Airport.
Large groups (up to 92 guests) can be accommodated at the Waterfall Resort, making it an choice location for team-building and corporate events – the lodge even boasts professional conference rooms. Nature lovers can enjoy nearby trails, wildlife observation decks and scenic shorelines. Guests can visit the resort’s namesake waterfalls. The executive chef delivers three full meals a day, and all the resort’s friendly, professional crew members are available year-round. This place makes it easy to relax, have fun, fish and most importantly, make memories to last a lifetime.
Steamboat Bay Fishing Club is perfect for smaller groups seeking a luxury Alaskan sport fishing trip. This exclusive resort holds a maximum of 16 guests. I can imagine that the ocean front rooms with their cozy wood-burning stoves would have me wanting to sit back and enjoy the Alaskan scenery all day and night. Guests can even watch for whales right from the hot tub!
Experience the best of what Southeast Alaska has to offer in terms of luxury sport fishing with Steamboat Bay Fishing Club. The resort’s heated 25’ cabin cruisers are even fully equipped for crabbing and shrimping.
And since a vacation isn’t a vacation if I have to cook, I’m happy to know that I can enjoy the finest Alaska cuisine prepared by the resort chef.
I don’t know about you, but I am ready to book one of these amazing all-inclusive resorts for my next Alaska adventure. Which one sounds like the perfect place for your family vacation? Do you like to fish? Have you ever been to Alaska?