Waterfall Resort Waterfall Resort
Prince of Wales Island, Southeast Alaska

Located near Ketchikan, just a 90-minute flight from Seattle, Waterfall Resort is known the world over for the astounding number of salmon and halibut reeled in by its guests year after year. At this beautifully renovated seafood cannery turned fishing lodge, you can count on expert U.S. Coast Guard licensed guides, custom-built cabin cruisers with state-of-the-art marine electronics, top-of-the-line equipment and all-weather gear, and professional fish processing.

The 52-acre property hosts up to 92 guests amid the world's second largest rain forest. Guest quarters include 26 historic Boardwalk Cabins, ten oceanfront Lodge Rooms, four executive-style Egg House Suites, and four family-size Tongass Townhouses. Meeting space accommodates gatherings of 25 to 92.

Add to the above hearty Alaska-style buffets, a spirited saloon, jaw-dropping wildlife (humpback whales, orcas, bears, bald eagles) and unmatched on-site Alaska Airlines service. On your departure day, you can check-in your luggage and fish boxes at the resort, right through to your final destination. The sole aim of Waterfall Resort's crew of 90-plus? To see that you have the best-ever Alaska sport-fishing adventure, from arrival to departure.
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Steamboat Bay Fishing ClubSteamboat Bay Fishing Club
Noyes Island, Southeast Alaska

Steamboat Bay Fishing Club presides on pristine Noyes Island, the closest access point to Southeast Alaska's best fishing spots for king and silver salmon, halibut, and more than 20 other species. The only lodge on the island, this 63-acre retreat provides the ultimate luxury Alaska fishing experience, combining its dream location with exclusivity, privacy, and a wealth of comforts and personalized guest services.

On the water, guests enjoy the expertise of top U.S. Coast Guard licensed guides, fishing from aboard 27-foot cabin cruisers appointed with everything from heated seats and onboard heads to Sirius satellite radio and charging stations for personal electronics. The Club provides all gear, equipment, and fish processing. On-property diversions include a sauna, Jacuzzi, game tables, an open bar, and the chef de cuisine's exquisite menus.

The Club accommodates up to 24 guests in the Lodge and Residence, both handcrafted from local timbers. Decor highlights include works by native Alaskan artists, a display kitchen, and an overwater floor for watching the salmon run. In-room amenities range from plush robes and Wi-Fi to daily housekeeping and nightly turndown.
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