Find The Best Alaska Fishing Lodges

When you’re looking to experience Alaskan fishing at its finest, you will want to find the best Alaska fishing lodge possible. Gone Fishin’ Lodge has been accommodating guests for countless years, and all of our guests leave with lifelong memories saver for years. Their staff has years of experience, and know when and where to take their guests to get them the fishing experience that they are looking for the most.

About Their Amenities

The Gone Fishin’ Lodge is located in Soldotna, just three hours south of Anchorage, a major transportation hub. They are located on the world-famous Kenai River where you can fish for rainbow trout, trophy king salmon, silver salmon, sockeye salmon and countless other species. The lodge accommodates 40 guests with rooms for 2 and 4, with up to six in each room.

Each fully furnished room is furnished with modern kitchenettes, a full refrigerator, a microwave, full bathroom as well as a coffee pot. Every room is always clean and in the best possible condition for guests. A cleaning service is provided daily by a staff member too. The main lodge offers a furnished kitchen, freezer room, laundry room and gas barbecues on the 2,000 square foot deck out back. These things can all be used by our guests, and we delight in making the guests stay as comfortable as possible during the time that they are visiting the lodge.

A recreation room and lobby have a TV with a VCR to view the day’s fishing, or just to relax with a movie. A large game room offers pool tables too. The freezer room is located in a separate building on the property and is large enough to hold everyone’s catches from the day.

Schedule an Alaskan Fishing Trip Today

If you’re interested in learning more about the different fishing trips and packages that Gone Fishin’ Lodge offers in Soldotna, Alaska, contact us by calling 877-462-5752 or by using our online form to receive a free DVD and brochures to learn more about our excursions. We can’t wait to see you on one of our Kenai River Alaska fishing trips soon.