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What to Bring to our Alaska Fishing Lodge

It is highly recommended that you fly with a carry on bag that contains any necessary medications, a couple days supply of personal hygiene products, an extra set of warm clothing, and a water proof jacket. There have been rare occasions of baggage arriving a day or two later than the clients due to conditions at the airlines.
To ensure your comfort on your Alaska Fishing Vacation we recommend the following:
  • Chest waders- If coming in the month of June or the last two weeks of August through the first two weeks of September.
  • Hip Boots or Rubber Boots – to wear on the boat. (We have some you can borrow but cannot guarantee size or quality. )
  • Rain gear (the best affordable, Helly-Hansen, Gore-Tex , jacket and pants/bibs)
  • Sun hat
  • Billed hat
  • Wool hat
  • Sun block/screen
  • Chap stick
  • Insect repellent
  • Miniature flashlight
  • Needle-nose pliers (compact multi-tool, Leatherman, etc.)
  • Camera, extra batteries, SD memory cards and/or film
  • Layered polar fleece (jacket and/or pants)
  • Fishing gloves (fingerless work well)
  • Polarized sunglasses
  • Hook file
  • Binoculars
  • Knife
  • Swim Suit to enjoy our Banya (Sauna)
  • Lodge slippers- In order to keep our lodge clean and pleasant for you no outside shoes are allowed in the lodge.
  • Calling Card for making long distance calls

No Felt Soled Wading Boots in Alaska Now!

The State of Alaska Department Fish & Game no longer allows felt-soled wading boots to be used in Alaska. Effective January 1, 2012, footgear with absorbent felt or other fibrous material on the soles are prohibited while sport fishing in the fresh waters of Alaska. The regulation was put in place to reduce the potential for the introduction and spread of invasive organisms to Alaskan waters. Thank you for keeping Alaskan waters clean and productive! Bring only rubber-soled or other impervious materials (plastics, etc.) to wear with your waders.