Yes Bay Lodge - Alaska Fishing Resort
"The rod doubled over, jerking violently. The tip brushed the water and line screamed from the reel. The old man grabbed the rod and tried to put the brakes on the fish. The halibut had other plans. Line continued to spasmodically strip from the reel. He held on. The fish took line without remorse. Both of the clients were built solidly- yet it was all the elder could do to hang on." Welcome to fishing in Alaska with Yes Bay Lodge!
Alaska Fishing Vacations
Yes Bay lies fifty miles north of Ketchikan in southern southeast Alaska. Overlooking the spectacular view of the bay and pristine Wolverine Creek, the lodge is nestled in the heart of The Tongass National Forest, the largest temperate rain forest on earth. Owned and operated by the Hack family since 1977, Yes Bay Lodge is a world class destination for salt and freshwater fishing, wilderness adventure, and a personalized connection to the people most important to you.
Warm and inviting, our accommodations within Yes Bay Lodge feature natural wood walls, roomy private baths with tub/shower combinations, and traditional lodge décor. Rooms within Yes Bay Lodge are designed for double occupancy with two beds, or upon request we can convert your bed into a California King. There is plenty of closet space for all your gear. Watch evening fall over resplendent Yes Bay as you enjoy your professionally prepared three course dinner. Our dining room within the Ketchikan Alaska Halibut Fishing Lodge comfortably accommodates our guests at private tables, or you may invite new found friends to join you.
Alaska Saltwater Fishing
All five species of Pacific Salmon run into the river systems around Yes Bay. Whether searching for the knee trembling freight train runs of Kings or the daring aerobatics of Cohos, you’ll find them and everything in between at Yes Bay. Coupled with the sheer power of halibut and colorful variety of rock fish, the lodge has everything you can imagine for your Alaskan saltwater fishing experience.
Alaska Freshwater Fishing
A short guided hike up the trail behind the lodge will put you on Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden, Steelhead and Salmon along the banks of Wolverine Creek. You may opt for Cutthroat trout in any number of watersheds nearby, all accessible by boat and your own two legs. Maybe a floatplane trip to an exclusive lake for Arctic Grayling is your dream. It’s all possible – it’s all up to you.
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