Derrick's Tsiu River Lodge gets my seal of approval. Try and schedule for late the last week of August or first few weeks in September. Silver mouths the size of a D10 CAT bucket going after Pink Pollywog's... starts getting ho hum after awhile .
BN2FSHThe first question is how much do they want to spend? The second, is what do they want to fish for: what kind of salmon? Third, is if he does not fly fish, does he want to troll or cast lures? I guess the fourth is what kind of shape is Dad in? Can he walk lots or does he just want to sit and reel?
I can vouch that you will not go wrong with Justin or Kate. I have fished with both several times. New, solid, reliable and comfortable boats and equipment. On time, hard working and respectful. Knowledgeable about and supportive of the resource. Very comfortable accommodations.Hi Eric,
I run a guide business based out of King Salmon, Alaska on the Naknek River and I think I could take care of your friends dad. We fish for King Salmon in July and Coho in August as well as giant trout in the fall. I would love the chance to talk to you more about what I can offer. Salmo_g even fished with me about a hundred years ago up there. Shoot me an email - [email protected]
I can't comment on the fishing near Sitka, but pretty good I expect. I can tell you that Sitka was my favorite town in AK. Scenic, great history and most importantly friendly residents. I haven't been there in many years but I remember it fondly.Dove Island lodge in Sitka, it's a 5 star high end all inclusive saltwater lodge that also does seaplane fly(the owner has his own beaver) outs to fly fish rivers. He will be pampered and feed like a king. The meals where outstanding and the fishing easy.