Kayaking Fishing at Waterfall Resort
Adventure Awaits Fishing in Alaska by Kayak
We are proud to officially offer kayak fishing at Waterfall Resort!
After a successful test for kayak fishing during the 2021 season, Adam Fisk, an international kayak angler and expert based out of Los Buzos Resort in Panama, will be guiding guests at Waterfall Resort.
Groups, up to four, will head out on our custom-designed, 26-foot North River Sounders to one of the many bountiful fishing locations that surround our resort. Once they arrive at the fishing location, guests along with their guide, Adam Fisk, will board their kayaks and start fishing for their Alaska catch of a lifetime!
"We’re excited and looking forward to adding this new kayak angling program, we’ve booked two sets of 4 guests already in mid-August.”
Steve Cockrell, General Manager
Ready to be one of the first to experience kayak fishing at Waterfall Resort? Simply complete the form below and we'll get in touch with dates, a quote, and answers to any questions you may have!
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Watch Adam Fisk and his adventure Kayak crew from Panama reel in a huge halibut at Waterfall Resort Alaska.
Waterfall Resort Alaska is known the world over for the astounding number of king and silver salmon, halibut, lingcod, and other sport fish reeled in by our guests year after year. But why is the fishing so good at Waterfall Resort? One reason is that we have an unparalleled one-to-one staff-to-guest ratio, and the sole aim of our crew of 90-plus—which includes our expert U.S. Coast Guard licensed fishing guides—is to see that you have the best ever Alaska sport-fishing adventure, from arrival to departure.
But there’s another huge reason why our fishing is so good. That’s our storied location on Prince of Wales Island’s western shore, an ideal habitat for millions of bait fish that draw the annual returns of Southeast Alaska’s mighty king and silver salmon. These seasonal runs inspired pioneering fishermen who, back in 1912, established our forebearer, the record-setting Waterfall Cannery. Building on that legacy, the cannery was turned into a remote fishing lodge in 1973.