Alaska’s Kodiak Lodge at Larsen Bay is a premier fishing and hunting destination that offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience the rugged beauty and rich culture of one of America’s last frontiers. Located on Kodiak Island, the second largest island in the United States, the luxurious lodge provides guests with world-class fishing and hunting adventures of a lifetime.

Founded in 2001, Kodiak Lodge has a long and storied history of welcoming visitors to Kodiak Island. Over the years, the lodge has developed a reputation for excellence in providing guests with the ultimate Alaskan adventure. Whether you’re an avid angler or a nature enthusiast, there’s something for everyone at Kodiak Lodge.

The lodge itself is a luxury retreat providing guests with all the comforts of home in a stunning wilderness setting. The accommodations include a main lodge featuring seven well-appointed guest rooms with four baths and a suite with two queen beds, a fireplace, and a private bath. Delicious meals using fresh, local ingredients can be enjoyed in the lodge’s spacious dining room.

One of the lodge’s main attractions is its world-class fishing. Kodiak Island is home to some of the largest salmon runs in the world and is consistently ranked as one of the top three fishing ports in the United States. Kodiak Island offers anglers an excellent opportunity to catch huge king salmon, feisty silver salmon, giant Kodiak halibut, and rockfish, all within a short boat ride from the lodge. All the professional fishing guides are US Coast Guard licensed and know the area waters like the back of their hands. Built in 2020, two 29-foot custom North River walkarounds are customized for fishing these waters while providing maximum safety and a truly comfortable ride. Located nearby, the Karluk River offers anglers a unique opportunity to wade fish in pristine water using spin rods or fly casting to catch king salmon, sockeye, silvers, Dolly Varden, and steelhead. The Zachar River is also a short boat ride from the lodge and offers access to chum salmon, feisty pinks, and chrome silvers.

In addition to fishing, Kodiak Island offers Sitka blacktail deer hunting, duck hunting, guided bear hunting, whale watching, and wildlife photography. Kodiak Lodge at Larsen Bay, Alaska, is a one-of-a-kind destination that offers visitors a truly unforgettable experience. Whether you’re an angler, nature lover, or cultural enthusiast, there’s something for everyone at this premier lodge.


  • 1.5± Acres
  • Located on Kodiak Island in the small village of Larsen Bay, approximately 60 air miles from the City of Kodiak
  • The sleeping lodge has six private rooms with four baths. The seventh room is a suite with two queen beds, a fireplace, and a private bath
  • There is a two-bedroom, two-bath guest cabin with a kitchenette, wood stove, and a small living area
  • The dining lodge boasts a commercial kitchen, a wood-burning stove, and an outside deck where guests can enjoy cocktails and deliciously prepared farm-to-table meals
  • There is a fish processing building with walk-in freezer
  • Big game, Sitka blacktail deer, mountain goat, brown bear
  • Fish for king salmon, silver salmon, halibut, yellow eye, and rockfish
  • Two 29-foot custom North River boats with twin Yamaha 250hp motors and Yamaha 25hp kickers are included in the sale. The motors and boats were purchased new in 2019 and 2020, respectively
  • Larsen Bay is surrounded by the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, a 2,812-square-mile preserve that covers two-thirds of Kodiak Island, and is home to the famous Kodiak Brown Bear as well as 200 different bird species, including 600 breeding pairs of bald eagles
  • The property has room to expand on the waterfront with an additional building the size of the current sleeping lodge
  • Co-Listed with Yvan Corbin, Owner/Licensee | Top Shelf Realty LLC | 907-301-0875 |

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