To Make a Reservation Please Contact:
From September to Mid-April
Ron DeNardi (Owner)
P.O. Box 181
Hornbrook, CA 96044
Charter boats are available to take you into the Yakutat Bay where you can hook into halibut, lingcod, several species of rockfish and both King and Silver Salmon. Halibut exceeding 100 lbs are common. Contact Scott at www.yakutatcharters.com or email@example.com for more information.
Dreamcatcher Lodge is one of the few permit holders that can take guided fishing trips down the scenic Situk River (located in the Tongass National Forest) where bear sightings are common. The Situk River is legendary for it's Spring and Fall Steelhead runs and also supports a summer long influx of salmon. With more than ten years experience on this river, your guide, Ron DeNardi of DeNardi Outfitting can float you down the river in his fully equipped and comfortable Fish-Rite boat in groups of two or three. Or grab your waders & fly rod for a day of bank fishing. The river is 19 miles long, crystal clear with gentle currents. The average depth is waist deep with an easy wading gravel bottom.
Air Taxis are available to take you to several remote rivers to enjoy an afternoon of fishing and to see the remote, scenic wilderness.
Yakutat is known for it's un-crowded, wide open beaches with waves up to 100 yards long that shift between chest high to a few feet overhead depending on the stage of the tide. Ride the waves with a magnificent view of Mt. Saint Elias, the second highest peak in the U.S. Outside Magazine has named Yakutat one of the five best surf towns in America and National Geographic Adventure rated Yakutat number 39 out of 100 in it's Adventure Countdown. There is a garage at the lodge available to store you surfboards and equipment.
A short two mile drive from the lodge will take you to over 70 miles of sandy beaches on the edge of the Pacific Ocean. The U.S. Forest Service has made the Yakutat hiking trails accommadating and very enjoyable with marked trails that are well groomed. Walk just a short distance to see one of the few authentic, hand carved native totem poles in Southeast Alaska. Go to www.seatrails.org to learn more about hiking trails in Yakutat.
Sightseeing opportunities in Yakutat are plentiful and diverse. Cross Yakutat Bay to see Hubbard Glacier, one of the most breathtaking glaciers in Alaska up close and personal. A favorite of the cruise lines, it is the largest tidewater glacier in the North American continent. On the outskirts of Yakutat wildlife enthusiasts have a chance of seeing moose, deer, bear, wolves, seabirds and waterfowl. More than 100 pairs of bald eagles spend the summer on the Situk River. It is common to have dozens of eagles fishing with you along the river.
The entire Alaska experience is an amazing one no matter how you choose to go about it. We can help you build a trip to suite your needs, or we can offer suggestions to make your trip the best it can possibly be. We aim to please and will help in any way possible.
Do It Yourself or Full Accommodations
From April to Mid-September
The Dreamcatcher Lodge
P.O. Box 35
Yakutat, AK 99689
When booking your next trip for an unforgettable fishing trip there are two ways that it can be done. Do it yourself or let us book everything for you!
Book your lodge by calling us at:
From September to Mid April - (530) 340-1345
From April to Mid September - (907) 784-3301
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Book your ticket in to Yakutat. There are two daily flights on a 737 plane.
Rental cars are available at the airport and are recommended to make your stay more enjoyable.
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