Yellow Dog is incredibly excited to add Icy Bay Lodge to our lodge offerings in Alaska. If you’ve ever dreamed of catching silver salmon in some of the most remote wilderness settings on earth, then this is a terrific option.
Icy Bay, labeled one of National Geographic’s 10 treasures of the world, is part of Wrangells St. Elias National Park. It’s on these waters that fly anglers can target the area’s large numbers of returning silver or coho salmon. These incredible fish range from 12-15 pounds; however, larger ones are caught every year. With over 100 square miles of private hunting and fishing land and 70 miles of coastline available exclusively to Icy Bay guests, anglers will have the vast remote fishery entirely to themselves.
If not everyone in your group is a die-hard angler, some terrific non-angling options are available. From kayak tours and whale watching to glacier viewing, everyone in your group will have a great time when staying with Icy Bay Lodge.
For more information and to reserve your dates, be sure to email camille [at] yellowdogflyfishing [dot] com (Camille Egdorf McCormick) or call 888-777-5060.