Rates and Accommodation Packages
Cold Bay Lodge, Alaska
Thank you for considering Cold Bay Lodge for your travel accommodations, if you have any questions after viewing our Rates and Accommodation Packages please contact us.
Here at Cold Bay Lodge, we are thrilled you have chosen us to be your headquarters whether for a brief stopover to the many surrounding communities, or an off the grid adventure. Every day in Alaska is a little bit different and we can’t wait to hear what unique stories you have to share.
Even though we are lodge operators in Alaska and have been for quite some time, we know we are just scratching the surface of what the Alaskan wilderness has to offer. We are so excited to share this adventure with you because it’s an adventure for us too.
After a long day traveling or exploring the local wildlife and natural wonders, we look forward to spending time with you while relaxing at the lodge. We love to get to know our guests because you really do become a part of our family. As you prepare for your trip, please take a look at the information below. Since the Cold Bay Lodge is so remote, we are limited on the gear we have on hand.
If planning your trip to the Alaskan Peninsula, contact the Cold Bay Lodge with your questions and concerns. We want to assist you and make sure you are feeling ready and prepared for the adventure of a lifetime. We are not only going to be your guides in Alaska but your packing guides as well.
Recommended Fishing Gear:
One of the most important things you will need is a State of Alaska sport fishing license. The rest of the gear is useless without one!
All fishermen will need; rain gear with a hood, polarized sunglasses, and warm clothes. Additionally, you will need waders. We recommend chest-high stocking foot waders, with rubber sole boots.
We recommend you use duffle type bags for travel since you will be bringing a lot of your gear. The Cold Bay Lodge has a limited supply of lures, terminal tackle, line etc. In general, the following rods and lines should be used: If you spin fish, you should have a light rod with 4 to 8lbs test line. If you are scheduled during the Silver, Chum, or Dog Salmon season, you should also have a rod/reel capable of handling 17-25 lbs test line. Fly fishermen should have a 4/6 system with a floating line and a 7/9 system with floating, sinking, or sink tip lines on the reels. Backing is necessary on both 7/9 system reels or spools.
The salmon forecasts are excellent in the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge. Our season generally runs June – October.
“My family and I look forward to seeing you this summer, when we can share the time we are allowed to spend fishing in God’s Country.