Looking for the best fishing lodge in Alaska?
Highliner Lodge & Charters is the one remote Alaska fishing destination with the HIGHEST catch rates and the LARGEST halibut... and we can PROVE IT!
Highliner Lodge All-Inclusive Fishing Vacations
Our fishing packages include:
- Round-trip seaplane flight from Juneau, AK
- 10+ hour fishing adventure each day
- Excellent meals prepared by our chef (breakfast, on-board lunch, dinner appetizer, and 4-course dinner)
- Professional fish processing (taking care of your catch, portioning and vacuum-sealing, and turning your fish into the highest quality, usable fillets that can be enjoyed months or even years after your trip
- Quality rain gear, fishing gear, bait and tackle (travel light and expect to bring lots of fish home!)
- Standard double-occupancy rooms with optional upgrade to suites and private guest houses featuring beautiful harbor views
Silver (Coho) Salmon
King (Chinook) Salmon
Rockfish (Multiple Species)
Sablefish (Black Cod)
Fully Guided Saltwater Fishing
Float Plane Ride
High End Dining
Professional Fish Packing
Gear and Tackle
Over the past 5 years, our guests averaged 120 pounds of fillets per person after just 4 days of fishing!
We catch king salmon, silver salmon and halibut all on the same day! The Highliner Lodge offers access to the most productive and unexploited sport-fishing in Alaska. Nowhere else in Alaska (or the world) can you find such an abundance of sport fish!
If you think that this is just more of the usual unsubstantiated and outlandish claims that all so-called "sport fishing lodges" make… please do yourself a favor and carefully read the catch rates page of our website. I am confident that you will find compelling evidence that our claims are fully justified and that you will choose the Highliner Lodge as your next sport fishing destination!
We are THE ONE remote Alaskan charter fishing vacation destination with the HIGHEST CATCH RATES and the LARGEST HALIBUT in all of Alaska!
Doesn't everyone claim to be the "best?" Not really! Most lodges don't want to talk about catch rates or average size halibut. It's too embarrassing!
Where we have rivals, those destinations are now crushed by industrial tourism. If you can get there by car, RV, or cruise ship, or if you can land a jet there, then it will be like any other so-called "world-class" fishing destination—over-hyped, overcrowded, overfished, and underwhelming.