Port Lions Lodge is located in the community of Port Lions on the north coast of Kodiak Island, Alaska. Port Lions Lodge is a premier, full-service Kodiak Island hunting lodge and Kodiak Island fishing lodge that offers comfortable accommodations, first-class family style dining, and breathtaking views of the stunning natural beauty. See our website ( www.portlionslodge.com) for more reviews.
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Port Lions Lodge is located in the community of Port Lions on the north coast of Kodiak Island, Alaska.
Port Lions Lodge is a premier, full-service Kodiak Island hunting lodge and Kodiak Island fishing lodge that offers comfortable accommodations, first-class family style dining, and breathtaking views of the stunning natural beauty of Kizhuyak Bay and the Kodiak Mountains. Enjoy fishing for Kodiak halibut, Kodiak salmon, Kodiak rockfish, and Kodiak Lingcod. You will also enjoy hunting for Sitka blacktail deer, sea ducks, whale watching, Kodiak Bear viewing, berry picking, hiking, sea kayaking, and more from our scenic waterfront property. With professional guides, cooks, and hosts, a vacation at Port Lions Lodge is not your typical hunting or fishing vacation. Warm showers, hot meals, and comfy beds await you at the end of every day.
Nature is all around us at Port Lions Lodge. Enjoy daily sightings of local marine and wildlife including the famous Kodiak brown bear, humpback whale, orca, sea lions, puffins, arctic fox, Sitka deer, bald eagles, and more. Our owner operated Kodiak Island fishing lodge and hunting lodge is the perfect place to experience all of the natural beauty Alaska has to offer.
Keep an eye out on the Outdoor Channel for our Western Extreme Outdoors and Choose Your Weapon Deer Hunts with Jim Burnworth and Ray Bunny.
6/11/2017 - 9/23/2017
This special price ($4,000 pp) for these weeks is available for two to eight persons depending on the week (see available weeks below) and includes the following all inclusive package. This is the full price package! In some cases you will be fishing on the boat with clients that booked full price. Weeklong package includes six nights in the lodge (double occupancy rooms), 5 days guided fishing, three full meals per day plus appetizers and home made dessert, transportation from Kodiak to the lodge and back, and all custom processing of fish to include packing in freezer boxes for shipping on your final day. June 11-17 up to 4 clients, June 25- July 1 up to 6 clients, July 9- 15 up to 6 clients, July 23-29 Up to 10 clients August 13- 19 up to 2 clients August 27- September 2 Up to 6 clients September 17- 23 up to 8
Father and son, Phil and Eli, from Soldotna decided on a last minute whim to come to Port Lions Lodge to see if Eli could shoot his very first deer.
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Spend your Alaska Fishing Vacation with Port Lions Lodge Kodiak Island, Alaska is the second largest island in the United States and the largest island of the Kodiak Archipelago, a group of islands off of the south side of Alaska. Because of its location, it is reported that the most productive fishing grounds surround the island and Port Lions Lodge. Port Lions is a location where fishermen around the world go yearly to enjoy the sport.
Port Lions Lodge is located in Settler Cove off Kizhuyak Bay on the north end of Kodiak Island. The nine bedroom six bath fishing lodge is located steps from the waters of Settlers Cove. The Full Service Fishing Lodge’s maximum occupancy is 12 clients but a group 8 booking together on an open week will get the lodge and the boats exclusively. Lodge rooms are double occupancy and most have a private bath for your comfort. Each room has at least a double bed and a twin bed which provides for various sleeping arrangements.
Meals are served family style and will include breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dinners will vary from seafood, steaks, shellfish, or a variety of meals our talented cooks have in store for you. Meals will include fresh bread and desserts for after dinner. If you are booked for our 5 day 6 night stay you will enjoy a steak and crab night. The views from our full service lodge are phenomenal. Enjoy the majestic snow capped Kodiak mountains across Kizhuyak Bay from our dining room or great room. Keep alert while on the island at all times for arctic fox, bald eagle, deer, puffin, sea otters, sea lions, whales, bears, goats, and numerous other animals indigenous to Kodiak Island. They will put on a show for you almost daily.
You will truly be fishing in a wonderland of beautiful scenery with majestic creatures all around. While fishing you never know what you will hook into or how big it will be when it hits the surface. We have caught giant octopus with tentacle spreads of over 8 feet while fishing for halibut. We have hooked into very nice rock fish on light tackle only to have the fish violently attacked by Ling Cod over 60 pounds on the way to the surface. We have also caught wolf eels and trophy king salmon while bottom fishing for halibut or rock fish. It is quite an adventure when you are just never sure what will be next to go for your bait!
Our staff at Port Lions Lodge will professionally clean, vacuum seal, and freeze your catch daily. At the end of your stay they will pack your catch in shipping boxes for the trip back home.
Come to Port Lions Lodge and enjoy one of Alaska’s Premier Full Service Fishing Lodges.
Lodging/Meals Only -$175 pp per night
This is a World War II Coastal Defense installation with two eight inch guns. The remnants of both guns are on display. This site became an Alaska State Historical Park in 1969 consisting of about 186 acres. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 27, 1970. The office for the Kodiak Alaska State Parks is located here. There are three large concrete bunkers. The ready ammunition bunker at Miller Point has been partially restored and is used as a museum. One is used for parks maintenance, and the other is open but unrestored. There are many other smaller concrete structures including searchlight facilities, foundations for an SCR-296 radar transmitting station, and a few others.
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