Season Schedule

Reserve your Lodge dates NOW!

Are you looking for the least amount of effort and sacrifice in making this trip happen? A simple phone call to us will get your Wilderness date reserved. We will help you make your travel arrangements.

Lodge accomodation rate: $3,750/per person

2025 Wilderness Dates

Arrive Sunday - Depart Friday

DatesSlots Available
June 15-200
June 22-270
June 29 - July 40
July 6-110
July 13-180
July 20-250
July 27 - August 10
August 3- 80
August 10-150
August 17-221
August 24-291

2026 Wilderness Dates

Arrive Monday - Depart Saturday

DatesSlots Available
June 15-208
June 22-278
June 29-July 48
July 6-118
July 13-188
July 20-258
July 27-August 18
August 3-88
August 10-158
August 17-228
August 24-298
August 31-September 58

Once you arrive in Alaska everything is taken care of until you depart back home five days later, after having had the experience of a lifetime!

Just want to discuss the timing and type of trip or vacation you would like to have at the Lodge?

Contact us using one of the following methods:

2. Or complete our Reservation Inquiry form here.


10% off for: Veterans, Active Military, First Responders

"Everything exceeded our wildest expectations ... Your environment, hospitality, and assistance with fishing will never be forgotten!"
- Joe and Sue Herynk, Lawrence, KS

View our Wilderness Trip photos here.

Trip Includes

5 nights/4 days Fishing
3 days fully guided salt water fishing plus one day freshwater fishing, kayaking, hiking, or ?...


Lodge Accommodation

  • May require double-occupancy with someone else from your group.
  • Additional fee for private cabin:  Call 800-987-7211 to reserve.
  • See Accommodations page or call for more details/availability.

Additional half day guided fishing: $1,000/per boat (max. 4 people)

ADFG licensed and USCG Master Mariner credentialed.

What to Bring...

Wadleigh Island is in The Tongass National Forest, the largest intact temperate rainforest in the world! You must be prepared for the rain. It is important for you to be dry. You may be fishing, kayaking, hiking, or digging for clams (and eating lots of them, too!). Be sure to bring a couple pairs of durable outdoor shoes, and plenty of warm socks. We have rain gear and boots for fishing. Read more (pdf)...

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