Kodiak Legends Lodge

Kodiak Legends Lodge sits on the shores of Uyak Bay, a top-shelf saltwater fishery that lies on the northwestern coast of Kodiak Island. Uyak Bay is known for thriving marine wildlife—including whales, seals, sea otters, waterfowl, and most importantly, BIG FISH. The area is more protected from wind and weather and they often fish in calm seas. The fishing grounds are just minutes from the lodge so you spend all your time harvesting healthy fish to take home instead of boating to the fish. Kodiak Legends Lodge epitomizes luxury fishing lodges in Kodiak, Alaska with comfortable accommodations, superb dining, outstanding fishing, expert captains, and quality equipment. In addition to quality king and silver salmon fishing and halibut, there is a great opportunity to harvest Tanner crab for a feast in the crab shack. In the fall guests can opt to fly out to area rivers like the Karluk to target coho, Dolly Varden, and rainbow trout. Both traditional and flyfishing gear is available to guests for add-on fly outs.

The Chinook fishing is excellent in the area from late May through mid-July when the silvers start to show. All season long the halibut bite is on as well as the other bottom fish. Lingcod opens July 1 so you’ll want to book past that date if you want to also target lings. The Kodiak Legends Lodge boats are comfortable and spacious. You fish mostly protected waters making for calmer seas and less fishing down time.

The scenery is absolutely outstanding from this oceanfront lodge and so is the dining and lodging accommodations. Guests fly into the City of Kodiak on an Alaska Airlines flight and then connect with our local flight service for a stunning bush plane flight out to Larsen Bay.

Contact Kodiak Legends Lodge for a life experience you’ll never forget.

A luxury Alaskan Lodge

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Based in Kodiak, Alaska

Services Offered

  • Saltwater Fishing Charter

  • Luxury Lodge

  • Fishing Gear Available

Get in touch

1 (907) 847-2200 (May to October)
1 (760) 702-1667 (November to April)