Wild Alaska Fishing Adventure


Number of Guests

2 Guests

Length of Stay

3 Nights


Ketchikan, Alaska


Accommodations for 2

2 full days of fishing

Float plane transport from Ketchikan, Alaska

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Reached only by air and sea—legendary for saltwater sport fishing—Waterfall Resort spans 52 acres on Prince of Wales Island, opposite the famed Inside Passage in Southeast Alaska. The resort draws novice and seasoned saltwater anglers from around the world—60,000 to date—who come in pursuit of wild king and silver salmon, halibut, and more than 20 other fish species. Waterfall Resort prides itself on top service delivered amid the rugged Alaska wilderness. Comforts include a one-to-one crew-to-guest ratio, on-site fish processing, and on-site Alaska Airlines agents to oversee easy travel with fish boxes. Waterfall Resort hosts up to 92 guests in the beautifully restored buildings of a 1912 salmon cannery. Accommodations include 26 boardwalk cabins, ten historic lodge rooms, four premium suites, and four family-size townhouses. Along with bucket-list worthy fishing, expect extraordinary wildlife watching: humpback whales, orcas, otters, puffins, bald eagles, black bears, Sitka black-tailed deer. Anglers fish no more than four to a boat in heated, custom-built cabin cruisers for the ultimate wild Alaska fishing experience, complete with expert U.S. Coast Guard licensed guides, bait aplenty, and the use of all-weather gear. As easily reached as it is remote, Waterfall Resort is located in Alaska’s famed Tongass, the world’s second largest rainforest. A short floatplane ride from Ketchikan, just a 90-minute flight from Seattle, and you’re transported to the wild Alaska frontier.

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