Jul 1st, 2020
Images and words fail to capture the magic of this exceedingly remote 6-8 person tent camp. Nestled in a remarkable mixed old-growth forest mere steps from a totally pristine and unpopulated inlet on the eastern shoreline of Baranof Island, the Base Camp is truly a treasure for nature lovers and anglers alike. With custom yurt-like tents, indoor and outdoor dining areas, and incredible meals featuring the very freshest seafood possible, this special place has been exceedingly hard to get into for the past 15 years. While a good deal of the fishing centers around conventional fishing for salmon and halibut in the salt, they frequently fly fish incredible walk and wade streams loaded with dollies. These streams will rank among the wildest, most remote, and unspoiled systems that our guests have ever fished.
Each day guided opportunities abound from wrestling with monster halibut and five species of salmon to extraordinary stream fishing and beachcombing, crabbing, clamming, shrimping, hiking, and close-up whale watching. As a result of this camp being so far from any population base, nature’s bounty is on full display with pods of humpbacked whales, orcas, sea lions, porpoise, countless bald eagles, deer, goats, and black bears are all thriving beneath a backdrop of rugged, majestic mountains and hanging glaciers.
● July 13 – 18: 8 spots open
● July 27 – August 1: 8 spots open
● Rate: $5,450 per person for a 6-night, 5 1/2-day package, based on double occupancy
For more information, contact Ken at email@example.com or (800) 552-2729.