Kodiak Adventures Lodge



Address:

United States

Alaska

box 704 kiliuda bay Kodiak, AK 99615


Coordinates:

Latitude: 57.320964

Longitude: -153.143942


Contact:

907-892-1325

907-892-1325

907-355-7248


Communication language

English


E-mail

info@kodiakadventureslodge.com

Web-site

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Trolling for King Salmon Fishing on Kodiak Island

With fishing so close to the lodge and short boat rides you will optimize your time fishing. We troll several miles of shoreline in Kiliuda Bay for Alaskan King Salmon (also called Chinook), Coho Salmon (also called Silver), Pink Salmon (also called Humpies) and Chum Salmon (also called Keta or Dog Salmon) depending on the time of the year.  We use Lamiglas rods, Abu Garcia reels and  Cannon downriggers.  Our tackle box is full of several different types of baits and lures, we are always looking for the hot bait/lure of the week that the fish want. (Salmon can be very fussy and a good charter captain must always have a variety of secret stuff just for those times).

Kiliuda Bay  (26 miles to the north of Old Harbor) has some of the biggest saltwater Kings on Kodiak Island. Kiliuda Bay has great bottom structure with lots of feed to hold salmon all year. We fish for King Salmon all season, but late May – early July is the best time for hooking into one of these hogs. If you have never had a “big one” on the line, this is a thrill you will never forget and will make you a die hard King fisherman.

 

Sitka Blacktail Deer Hunting

If you are wondering where Blacktail deer are found in Alaska, Kodiak Island has a good population of blacktail deer. Kodiak’s deer are much larger then SE Alaska, reaching weights of 175 to 200 pounds, producing some excellent trophies. A big part of the appeal of  Kiliuda Bay is the open country and it’s visibility. Hiking up the hillsides while spending time glassing and then stalking is the preferred way for sitka blacktail deer hunting. For the non-hiker it is best to book a later hunt and you can stay down low and quietly wait for the deer to come to you.
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