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Alaska is the final frontier of America in the Arctic Circle. Famous for its outdoor activities, the Northern Lights, Alaska is also home to the USA’s largest bears – the polar bear and the Kodiak brown bear. You can go on Polar Bear Tours on Barter Island and see Kodiak bears in the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. Fly over Columbia Glacier or go on a day cruise to see the fastest moving glacier in the world. Juneau has splendid hiking trails just waiting to be explored, while east of Fairbanks you can relax in the Chena Hot Springs. Go Husky sledging or pan for gold at Crow Creek Mine. For the less sportive, Alaska has many fine museums and the wonderful Alaska Native Heritage Center to visit.
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Wilderness Lodge
Leave the hectic life behind and fly-in to our wilderness lodge for some exciting remote river fishing for salmon and trout.

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USD 413 - 797 / Per day
Fishing lodges

Sport fishing in SE Alaska
Sport fishing for halibut, rockfish, and all 5 species of salmon. Located in Elfin Cove, SE Alaska on the Inside Passage. Fully guided fishing, all inclusive except for airfare and fishing license.
USD 3000 - 4395 / Per person
Fishing outfitters
Duration: 3 - 5 days
Season: May - September

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