Breakfast is served at 7AM to get you ready for your first big day of fishing
During breakfast our staff will check weather as well as determine which river or Halibut spot will be fished that day
Lunch on the river or halibut boat will consist of either a homemade lunch prepared by our world class chef or our guides will prepare fish tacos on the banks of the river
After lunch fish until 4 or 5PM depending on variables such as tides, incoming weather or your arms are just worn out from hauling in 10-15 pound fighting mad Silvers or 100lb+ monster Halibut
Arrive back at lodge. Change, unwind, grab a drink, relax, check emails (if you must), watch TV (if you must) or fish the bay 50 feet from your cabin door if the tide is in.
7PM – Dinner is served
After dinner talk about the day, anticipate tomorrow, bear watch from our deck, sit out by the campfire and start the stories!
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Guyot Glacier is a 34-mile (55 km) long and 8-mile (13 km) wide glacier located in the east end of the Robinson Mountains in the U.S. state of Alaska.
Mount Saint Elias is the second highest mountain in both Canada and the United States, being situated on the Yukon and Alaska border.
Alaska contains about 98% of the U.S. brown bear population and 70% of the total North American population.