LARSEN BAY LODGE

Kodiak Island Alaska

Quick Facts

  • Price

    Starting at $3,900 Per Person

  • Trip Starting Point

    Kodiak, Alaska

  • Lodge Type

    Fly Out Lodge | Wilderness Lodge 

  • Capacity

    20 Guests

  • Location

    Kodiak Island, Alaska

Fishing & Guided Activities

Larsen Bay Lodge on Kodiak Island is home to big salmon, big halibut and big bears! No other name evokes mystery and adventure more than Kodiak. You can find a multitude of adventures unique to Alaska and Kodiak Island at Larsen Bay Lodge - with no crowds. The lodge offers saltwater and freshwater fishing in addition to many non-fishing eco-activities. They have their own fleet of boats, their own floatplane, and experience guides.

World class fishing adventures at Larsen Bay Lodge include all five species of Salmon, Steelhead, and Dolly Varden as well as saltwater fishing in near-shore protected waters for Halibut, Sea Bass, Lingcod, Salmon, Crab and Rockfish, including Yellow-eye, and more. 

In addition to the fishing program, Larsen Bay Lodge offers Kodiak bear viewing, ocean wildlife tours, and whale watching. The Kodiak experience is exemplified by the Larsen Bay Lodge field program. 

Lodge Details

Lodging includes private beachfront cabins, ensuite rooms in the Main Lodge, and the 4 bedroom/2 bath Lighthouse Lodge for private groups and families. Enjoy hot tub, sauna, stone fireplace, pool table and satellite TV. Larsen Bay Lodge supplies fishing poles for those who haven't gotten enough during the day and want to fish after dinner on the beach or from kayaks. The lodge recently upgraded their wifi system for those that need to stay connected. And, they are fortunate to have a mini-hydroelectric plant supplying 24 hour power without the noise and waste of a generator.

Food & Beverage

Meals are prepared by our Cordon Bleu trained chef and utilize locally sourced ingredients as often as possible. A sample menu includes cream cheese stuffed french toast with homemade raspberry syrup, bacon and eggs for breakfast, snow crab cakes with chipotle aioli for an appetizer, a halibut chowder starter, blackened salmon with honey pepper sauce, roasted broccoli and rice pilaf for your main course, and rhubarb pie a la mode for dessert. Lunches are pre-packed or prepared over a campfire depending on your destination for the day.


Travel Details

How to get there

Flights (June-September)
Please book your flights between your home airport and Kodiak (airport code ADQ). Larsen Bay Lodge will make your flight reservations for the 30-minute flight between Kodiak and Larsen Bay on a local air taxi. Payment is made directly to the air taxi upon arrival. Plan on arriving in Kodiak in time to catch a 6:00pm flight to Larsen Bay the evening before your first day of fishing and departing Larsen Bay around 9:00am the morning after your last day of fishing. We recommend booking a flight departing Kodiak to home no earlier than the 11:35am. On Sundays, there is only one flight leaving Kodiak for Larsen Bay at 1:00pm and one flight leaving Larsen Bay for Kodiak at 1:30pm.

Rates & Package Options

  • 5-Day / 4-Night All-Inclusive Package

    $3,900 Per Person

  • 6-Day / 5-Night All-Inclusive Package

    $4,850 Per Person

  • 7-Day / 6-Night All-Inclusive Package

    $5,600 Per Person

  • 8-Day / 7-Night All-Inclusive Package

    $6,000 Per Person

What’s Included

• Lodging
• Lodge amenities - wifi, hot tub, sauna, game room, etc
• All meals
• Non-alcoholic beverages
• Guided fishing & activity
• Saltwater charters
• River fishing
• Wildlife viewing
• Fishing equipment, waders, boots, & rain gear
• Fish processing/packaging of fish
• Souvenir water bottle

What’s Not Included

• Flights to and from Larsen Bay
• Surcharge for freshwater fly-out fishing ($200 per person per day flying)
• Staff gratuities (15-20% of package price)
• Fishing licenses/tags
• Alcoholic beverages (BYO)
• Local taxes

Rates are based on double occupancy and are subject to change
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