If you are looking for a unique vacation that is fun for the whole family, look no further than beautiful Alaska. Alaska fishing resorts offer a wide range of opportunities and aren’t just limited to fishing. Many resorts offer easy access to numerous activities, including snorkeling, air tours and kayaking. Destinations like these make exploring Alaska the perfect vacation for anyone looking for a new experience.

Alaska has a lot to offer in terms of entertainment. Aside from having some of the best halibut and salmon fishing in the world, there are exciting opportunities for wildlife lovers young and old. Wonderful museums, lumberjack shows, and wildlife zoos provide numerous educational and opportunities for fun. Local shops offer a wide selection of regional gifts, including smoked salmon and artwork that can’t be found in any other state. With such a wide variety of options, you won’t know what to do next!

Fishing in Alaska isn’t the only thing that you can do when visiting the vast state. When you stay at an Alaska fishing resort that includes both lodging and charter boat access, you can enjoy a few days of fishing and a few more days exploring everything that Alaska has to offer. Bring the whole family and you’ll be giving them a trip that they’ll never forget.

Trips to Alaska are affordable and can be purchased as a package which includes lodging and the cost of fishing. In some of the main fishing destinations, like Ketchikan, you can fly directly into the town via Alaska Airlines, making the trip just a short plane ride away from the West coast.

Don’t plan the same old vacation for your family. This year, take them on a trip that they will never forget. With ample opportunities available for whale watching, trips to local glaciers and other activities, there is something for everyone in Alaska. There are packages available to fit every budget that vary by trip length and what type of fishing trip you desire. If you are looking for something that everyone can enjoy, spend your next vacation exploring Alaska.

Jeff's family is the original owner of the lodge property, purchasing the land from the Federal Government in the 1940′s. Jeff started fishing every summer with his grandfather in the 80's, and was instantly hooked on fishing. Over the years, visiting friends and family would all comment to Jeff, “Wow you should really build a fishing lodge here.” One day in 2005 he did. Today Jeff's property and the land he developed has become known as Chinook Shores — an Alaska fishing lodge for guided and self-guided anglers.