Alaska Fishing Packages

We work closely with our clients to plan their dream Alaska fishing packages. You can choose a pre-made package or we can customize an Alaska fishing package that includes your lodging, fishing, and any sightseeing adventures you are looking to include.

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Two Options for Planning Alaska Fishing Packages

Pre-made Alaska Fishing Packages

We have a selection of pre-made travel packages based on some of the most popular choices from past clients.

Custom Alaska Fishing Packages

You choose the number of days fishing, what type(s) of fish you want to target and the length of your stay.

Pre-made Alaska Fishing Packages

Our Pre-made Alaska Fishing Packages are priced per person and based on 2 people sharing a cabin. Price drops with 3 or more people per cabin.

Solo travelers, please contact us for package pricing  +1 907-529-8776

Build Your Custom Fishing Package

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    Alaska Fishing Packages Lodging

    Rest easy in one of our spacious private cabins located on 8.5 acres of land. Each cabin has 1 to 2 bedrooms, a full kitchen, and a living area. Enjoy our lodge’s perks that include: on property staff, community fireplace, newly renovated vacuum packing & freezer room, laundry facilities, and wifi.

    Perfectly located just 10 minutes from 5 State of Alaska public use fishing areas. Grab your groceries for breakfast and lunch at the local grocery store five minutes away. Cook dinner in the cabin or go out, the choice is yours! Coolers are provided with each cabin for easy transport of lunch for your day adventures. View Silvertip Cabin’s Photo Album to check out all their cabins.

    Getting Here

    • Fly to Anchorage: You will need to book your flight into the Anchorage International Airport. Check travelocity or similar websites for best rates on flights. Talk to us about coordinating flight arrival and departure times with check-in and check-out times at lodge.
    • Drive from Anchorage to Soldotna (Kenai): Rent a car in Anchorage and enjoy a scenic 3 hour drive south to our location. You’ll travel along Turnagan Arm, through the Chugach National Forest, alongside the Kenai River, and through the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. The drive will actually be an unforgettable part of your trip.
    • Fly from Anchorage to Kenai: If time is short or you don’t want to drive 3 hours from Anchorage, consider a flight from Anchorage to Kenai. This short 15 minute flight departs from Anchorage International Airport, and is reasonably priced. Rent a car once you arrive to Kenai and drive 15 minutes to our Soldotna lodge and cabins.
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    Alaska Fishing Packages FAQs

    What is included in my Alaska Fishing Package?

    Your package will include the number of full days of fishing specified in the package. Lodging is at the Silvertip Lodge and Cabins in Soldotna, in a 1-2 bedroom cabin with full kitchen, living room, laundry, and private bathroom facilities. There is also WiFi, a Fire Pit, and Fish Processing facilities at Silvertip.

    What do I need to bring?

    When packing for Alaska there are some things that you are going to want to bring with you. These items include layers of clothing, rain gear, sunglasses, camera, medications, sun screen, mosquito repellent, cash, headlamp, knife, and other personal items. If you will be fishing on your own, you’ll want to pack your waders and a rod & reel setup. We highly recommend buying your flies, terminal tackle, and lures up here locally after you arrive so you can make sure to get what works up here. Try to pack it all in one bag for easy traveling.

    How do I get to Silvertip Lodge and Cabins?

    Silvertip Lodge and Cabins is located about a 3-hour drive from Anchorage in Soldotna on the Kenai Peninsula. Click here for more directions on Google Maps.

    How do I get my fish home?

    You are going to want to get your salmon vacuum sealed and frozen soon after you catch it. You can do this on your own or take it to a processor. At Silvertip we have a vacuum sealing and freezer room that makes it quick, easy, and much less expensive than taking it to the processor. When it is time to go home you can have the processor ship it OR you can put it in a fish box and take it under the airplane for the cost of a baggage fee. The fish boxes have a styrofoam insulation insert with a cardboard shell and will keep the fish frozen for up to 30 hours. Local stores sell boxes to accommodate different weights of fish to comply with airline weight limits. We recommend packing it to 49lbs by the time you are done so you don’t have to open the box at the airport and reduce the weight.

    How much fish can I bring back from Alaska?

    There is no set limit on how much fish you can bring home from Alaska, however, there are daily and yearly limits for different species.