Port Lions Lodge is a premier, full-service Kodiak Island hunting lodge and Kodiak Island fishing lodge that offers comfortable accommodations, first-class family style dining, and breathtaking views of the stunning natural beauty of Kizhuyak Bay and the Kodiak Mountains. Enjoy fishing for Kodiak halibut, Kodiak salmon, Kodiak rockfish, and Kodiak Lingcod. You will also enjoy hunting for Sitka blacktail deer, sea ducks, whale watching, Kodiak Bear viewing, berry picking, hiking, sea kayaking, and more from our scenic waterfront property. With professional guides, cooks, and hosts, a vacation at Port Lions Lodge is not your typical hunting or fishing vacation. Warm showers, hot meals, and comfy beds await you at the end of every day.
Your host at Port Lions Lodge: Captain James Stegall, Owner. Captain James grew up fishing and hunting in Texas with his dad and brother. He moved to Alaska in 1981 where he began fishing the Kenai Peninsula both in the rivers and the salt water. In 1995 James purchased his first salt water vessel and within a few years was running a very busy charter business out of Seward Alaska. James holds a US Coast Guard Master of 100 Tons license, serves on the Alaska Charter Association Board of Directors, and spends his non fishing and hunting time fighting the allocation battle for halibut. James is also a Transporter licensed under the Alaska Big Game Board as well as an Assistant Hunting Guide.
Hunting and fishing experience at Port Lions Lodge: Come to Port Lions Lodge to enjoy your Kodiak Island hunting vacation. We offer self-guided transport hunts. All of our hunters spend the nights in our ocean front Kodiak Island lodge and have breakfast and dinner in the lodge. Lunches are packed out to the field to be enjoyed while glassing for that buck. Our Kodiak Island deer hunting is some of the finest deer hunting in Alaska. Alaska’s waterfowl hunting season opens in October around Kodiak, Alaska. These hunts are a blast and can be combined with a cast and blast for Halibut or with deer and or fox hunting. Our trophy duck hunts run from January 1st through January 23rd. These hunts cater to taxidermists and trophy collectors who want the finest trophy specimens available with the best plumage possible. Click here for quick link country guide.
The protected water between Kodiak, Afognak, and Raspberry Islands holds some of the richest biomass in the world. The plankton growth often makes the crystal clear water appear like a rich broth and it attracts everything from tiny fish to great humpback whales. Fish and sea mammals alike hold here in the tidal waters between these islands because of the unending supply of food. Salt-water fish migrate here to feed and grow. King salmon are here all year long and silver salmon feed in the salt water all summer as they travel to their spawning grounds. Add to this the large number of sparkling streams that each have their own unique salmon and steelhead spawning beds and you have one of the best sportfishing areas in the world. It’s also one of the best places around for an Alaska fishing lodge! Click here for quick link country guide.
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Accommodation at Port Lions Lodge: Port Lions Lodge is a premier, full-service Kodiak Island Alaska lodge and Kodiak Alaska fishing lodge that offers comfortable accommodations, first-class family style dining, and breathtaking views of the stunning natural beauty of Kizhuyak Bay and the Kodiak Mountains. Click here to view the lodge. Please contact the host to book your accommodation.
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Permits: To read more about hunting permits or travelling with your sporting equipment, click here. For fishing permits it is best to go online to the Alaska Fish & Game Online Store and follow the instructions to purchase your fishing license. Be sure to add on the King stamp if you will be targeting Kings in July. Print out two copies and pack them in different locations. We cannot guide you if you do not have an Alaska fishing license. We do not sell licenses at the lodge. They can be purchased at the airport store.
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