Fireweed Lodge, Klawock, Alaska

Fireweed Lodge, Klawock, Alaska

Fireweed Lodge, Klawock, Alaska

Bob and Jeanne Anderson’s Fireweed Lodge is located on the west coast of Prince of Wales Island at the base of the Klawock River. The Fireweed Lodge is a full service fishing resort offering guided salt water fishing packages and self-guided stream fishing packages. Come see why Fireweed Lodge has one the highest return rate of guests in Alaska.
The west coast of Alaska offers some of the finest fishing available for King salmon, Coho salmon, and all other species of Pacific salmon throughout the summer. The Halibut fishing is phenomenal. And if your tastes run to light tackle, we have great rockfish (Black Bass, China, and Canary) angling available year-round.
Fireweed Lodge boasts the most picturesque location on Prince of Wales Island with access to both the Klawock River and the outside waters of the west coast. Whales, eagles, bear, deer, sea lions, seals and sea otters are common sightings. The Fireweed Lodge can be reached by airline or ferry from Seattle to Ketchikan and then commuting by small plane or ferry to Klawock. You’ll find each of our 12 rooms are all very upscale and include all the modern conveniences. After a fun day of fishing, relax in our hot tub room overlooking the water or hit the recreation courts for a game of basketball, pickleball, or horseshoes.
Dining is gourmet lodge-style with fresh seafood offered daily. We have the finest chefs on the island. Enjoy the recreation room with pool table, big-screen TV, wet bar and card tables. For business groups our conference room available for use.
Please come join our family and staff for your Alaskan fishing vacation and you will know why so many of our clients have become our loyal friends.
In season (April thru Sept)
Main Lodge phone: 907-755-2930
Fax: 907-755-2936
P.O. Box 116, Klawock, AK 99925
Off season (Oct thru March)
Bob & Jeanne Anderson: 206-910-7702

Bob and Jeanne Anderson’s Fireweed Lodge is located on the west coast of Prince of Wales Island at the base of the Klawock River.

The Fireweed Lodge is a full service fishing resort offering guided salt water fishing packages and self-guided stream fishing packages. Come see why Fireweed Lodge has one the highest return rate of guests in Alaska.

The west coast of Alaska offers some of the finest fishing available for King salmon, Coho salmon, and all other species of Pacific salmon throughout the summer. The Halibut fishing is phenomenal. And if your tastes run to light tackle, we have great rockfish (Black Bass, China, and Canary) angling available year-round.

Fireweed Lodge boasts the most picturesque location on Prince of Wales Island with access to both the Klawock River and the outside waters of the west coast. Whales, eagles, bear, deer, sea lions, seals and sea otters are common sightings.

The Fireweed Lodge can be reached by airline or ferry from Seattle to Ketchikan and then commuting by small plane or ferry to Klawock.

You’ll find each of our 12 rooms are all very upscale and include all the modern conveniences. After a fun day of fishing, relax in our hot tub room overlooking the water or hit the recreation courts for a game of basketball, pickleball, or horseshoes.

Dining is gourmet lodge-style with fresh seafood offered daily. We have the finest chefs on the island. Enjoy the recreation room with pool table, big-screen TV, wet bar and card tables. For business groups our conference room available for use.

Please come join our family and staff for your Alaskan fishing vacation and you will know why so many of our clients have become our loyal friends.

In season (April thru Sept)

Main Lodge phone: 907-755-2930

Fax: 907-755-2936

P.O. Box 116, Klawock, AK 99925

Off season (Oct thru March)

Bob & Jeanne Anderson: 206-910-7702

http://www.fireweedlodge.com/




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