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Spring Black Bass

Date: May 30, 2020

We finally got out fishing! Breaking in two brand new 250hp outboards for the Hunter. We caught black bass as fast as we could drop those lines. Lots of action! The halibut took a little longer, but it is early season. Even the puppies got in on the action. A little lemon and a lot of chili cilantro butter and we had ourselves a feast!


Date: May 22, 2020

We can’t wait to get out on the water! The species I am most excited about this season is the mighty lingcod. They may not be pretty. In fact they are quite ugly! But the tender, firm, white, flaky meat is so delicious. We caught many big ones in 2019 and can’t wait for 2020. Most halibut recipes work great substituting lingcod, and here is my favorite.

Midnight Sun!

Date: May 18, 2020

The days are getting longer and longer up here as we head toward the summer solstice. This is the view of the bridge to the hot tub and sauna. Every direction has a stunning views but especially to the west at night. We are so fortunate to live in such a beautiful place!

My front yard is a work of art!

Date: May 11, 2020

We are busy getting the lodge ready to go for the summer. There will be a few new things, like dining tables 10 feet apart and extra cleaning protocols, but we are optimistic and excited to get back out on the water! Tight lines!

Sitka Blacktail Deer

Date: May 1, 2020

2019 was a banner year for Sitka Blacktail deer hunts in Larsen Bay. Full freezers and impressive trophies!

Larsen Bay Lodge NewsFeed

Date: April 23, 2020

Hello all! Welcome to our new blog. We have found ourselves in unprecedented times but remain optimistic and eager to fish! We hope you are all remaining safe and healthy and we look forward to putting this all behind us.

The weather in Larsen Bay is warming up daily. Spring has sprung!


No other place in Alaska invokes the mystery, adventure, and
excitement of Kodiak Island - known worldwide for
BIG salmon, BIG halibut, and BIG bears!