Jul 15th, 2020
Beneath the jagged granite peaks, the cold blue ice fields, the natural hot springs, and the thundering water fall that spills into the salmon filled sea, there is a lodge that is unique among those that we represent. More than a place to simply fly by, southeast Alaska’s Baranof Wilderness Lodge offers an unparalleled base for fly fishing in one of the world’s most diverse and vibrant ecosystems.
From the comfort of their waterfront lodge, anglers of all skill levels can fly fish remote wilderness streams teaming with salmon and Dolly Varden. Guest can opt to fish for halibut or other bottom fish, try their luck with Pacific salmon, sea kayak, whale watch, bear view or soak in the natural hot springs which first made Warm Springs Bay famous. With food and hospitality to match the grandeur and bounty of the region, Baranof Wilderness Lodge is a gem that families, couples, and serious anglers alike will find profoundly moving and pleasurable.
Remaining summer 2020 availability:
● July 27 – August 1: 4 rods
● September 7 – 12: 8 rods
● September 14 – 18: 8 rods
Rates & Details:
● $5,650 – $6,150 plus taxes per person for a 5 night / 5 ½ day package
● Included: Accommodations and meals at the lodge/camp, wine and beer with meals, guiding, round-trip transportation between Sitka and the lodge, all saltwater fishing equipment and some fly fishing equipment, municipal rents, user fees, and sales taxes. The lodge will clean, package and freeze one box of fish per guest to take home. Travel fish box is provided.
● Not Included: Round trip airfare to Sitka, accommodations and meals in Sitka, staff & guide gratuities, fishing licenses, hard alcohol, and logo clothing and gifts.
For more information, contact Fly Water Travel Destination Manager David Kalinowski at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 552-2729.