Halibut, Lingcod and Rockfish Fishing in Larsen Bay, Alaska

Driftwood Wilderness Lodge is located on a secluded lagoon with views of Uyak Bay, which is 60 miles southwest of the city of Kodiak. The nearby village of Larsen Bay is home to about 100 people and according to Travel Alaska is next to some of the best fishing grounds in the Kodiak Archipeligo. During the summer, when the local cannery is open, the population of Larsen Bay swells to 300, and a local mercantile store is open. The store supplies locals and visitors with food, gear, and most importantly – a rare Alaskan treat for those who are off the grid, ice cream! Fishing is the main interest of most visitors to Larsen Bay. The area features protected bays and inlets near the village or the open ocean for salmon, halibut, lingcod and rockfish. DWL is a boat ride away from stream fishing for salmon, steelhead and Dolly Varden. Guests enjoy trips to the Karluk River, which is world famous for its sockeye salmon and king salmon runs. Halibut, Rockfish, and Lingcod are great all year round! Also May through December King Salmon is possble, with summer months being the best.

Availability

Terms

Trip Includes
Beverages
Meals
Guiding
Professional fish cleaning + vacuum sealing
All gear required

Trip does NOT Include
Alcoholic beverages
Hotel accomodations before and after you trip
Airfare
Tips
Laundry
Fishing license
Personal amenities/toiletries/souvenir purchases
Housekeeping

Policies
You keep catch
There should be at least 50 lbs per person cooler!

Fishing

Species
Lingcod
Halibut
Rockfish

Types of Fishing
Offshore fishing

Fishing Techniques
Drift fishing
Bottom fishing

Gear
Rods & Reels
Tackle box

Boat Specs

Drift Boat

It’s a 32 ft boat that can accommodate 6 fisherman

Accommodation

The Lodge

Accomodation type:
Lodge
Capacity:
6 guests

Operator

Outfitter

Nick Blanco

Since 2015 year
The lodge is owned by Nicholas John Blanco aka Nick, who has over 10 years of experience in sport fishing throughout Alaska. He appeared on season 7 of Building Alaska, which was called "Next Generation".

Nick Blanco

Outfitter
Since 2015 year

How to get there

Larsen Bay, Alaska, United States

Book with 25% deposit

Once the lodge confirms your trip, your credit card will be charged with a 25% deposit to guarantee the reservation.

Pay remaining balance to the outfitter

The remaining balance will be paid directly to the lodge on the trip date. The following payment methods are available: