63-ACRES

IN THE TONGASS NATIONAL FOREST

UP TO 24

GUESTS FOR BUYOUT

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GUEST SERVICE

STEAMBOAT BAY FISHING CLUB • KETCHIKAN, ALASKA

Located in the wilds of Southeast Alaska, Steamboat Bay Fishing Club is an exclusive venue for angling adventures. Set amidst the majestic Tongass National Forest, the Club presides on remote Noyes Island where 31 uninhabited square miles provide luxurious privacy for an idyllic getaway. At the same time, Club guests enjoy the nearest access to the region’s most celebrated fishing spots, storied locations such as Pineapple, Rockpile, and Granite. 

Simply put, Steamboat Bay Fishing Club is the closest lodge to the best fishing in Southeast Alaska. And after fishing, guests can enjoy bay kayaking, a Slavic banyastyle sauna, the hot tub, and wildlifewatching from the nature trail, with an eye out for humpback whales and bald eagles. Evening cooking demonstrations in the display kitchen underscore the flavors of fresh regional fare such as wild game, local seafood, and organic greens grown in the Club’s greenhouse garden.

 

QUICK FACTS

  • “A once in a lifetime Alaska adventure.” 
    -Forbes Magazine 
     

  • Executive Retreats, Client Appreciation Events, Incentive Travel & Team Building  
     

  • Buyouts Available  
    For up to 24 guests in two guesthouses (16 in the Lodge + 8 in the Residence)

     

  • Just 90 minutes from Seattle, Washington  
    A short floatplane flight away from Ketchikan in Southeast Alaska

     

  • Premier Sport Fishing 
    Untamed location famed for wild Alaska king and silver salmon, halibut, lingcod, and more than 20 species of rockfish

     

  • On-site Alaska Airlines Service
    Check-in your luggage and fish boxes at the resort, right through to your final destination

NOYES ISLAND, ALASKA

Unparalleled Alaska Sport-Fishing Experience

As the only the lodge on Noyes Island, with a choice perch at the edge of the Pacific on the island’s north coast, Steamboat Bay Fishing Club offers the closest proximity to the best fishing in Southeast Alaska. Enjoying 63 wooded acres amid the Tongass National Forest, Club guests, owners, and crew are the island’s only inhabitants. There are no roads or neighbors, nor public access, ensuring the ultimate in privacy and an unparalleled Alaska sport-fishing experience.

ALASKA SPORT FISHING

"A Once in a Lifetime Alaska Adventure." -Forbes Travel

Southeast Alaska sport fishing is exceptional due to the seasonal runs of spawning salmon, the resultant nutrient-rich spring runoff, craggy underwater topography, and warm Pacific upwelling.

The region is a natural habitat for millions of bait fish that in turn attract the famed fish of Southeast Alaska—wild king (Chinook) and silver (coho) salmon, halibut, lingcod, and more than 20 species of rockfish. Southeast Alaska’s best fishing spotsare all near to Noyes Island, the site of a once thriving now bygone salmon cannery.

FINE DINING & CUISINE

Made with Regionally Inspired Ingredients

What flavors invoke the great Alaska wilderness? The chefs at Steamboat Bay Fishing Club answer that question daily with regionally inspired ingredients such as wild game, prime cuts of beef, fresh local seafood, and organic greens grown in the Club’s own garden.

Guests of The Lodge and The Residence each benefit from dedicated culinary crew and kitchens, with opportunities to interact with the chefs during evening cooking demonstrations. Pick up a few recipes and techniques, sample an impromptu appetizer, or just enjoy the show. Gourmet dining at the Club is customized to individual preference as part of Steamboat Bay's commitment to personalized service. Guests with dietary restrictions or special requests are invited to complete a Guest Profile in advance of their stay so they may be accommodated.

GUEST QUARTERS

Unparalleled Privacy and Pristine Wilderness

The Club accommodates up to 24 anglers in two distinctive guesthouses, with groups of 16 hosted in The Lodge and groups of eight hosted in The Residence. Both structures were handcrafted by area artisans.

Building materials include local timbers such as Sitka spruce, and reclaimed fixtures from the salmon cannery that once thrived on the island. Decor highlights works by Alaska Native artists and interiors are designed for immersion in a majestic outdoor experience, while providing all the services and comforts of a luxury retreat.

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