Join Pioneer Anglers as we travel to Alaska’s Boardwalk Lodge on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska’s famous Inside Passage, to pursue Steelhead, Sea Run Cutthroat and Dolly Varden on the fly!
The Boardwalk Lodge is located 90 minutes from Seattle, Washington, and is one of a select few lodges in the world carry the Orvis Endorsement, which means you are going to receive the best amenities, lodging, guides and fishing. The Orvis Endorsed Boardwalk Lodge, has a maximum occupancy of 19 guests. With a service staff of twenty-five seasoned professionals, Boardwalk will provide you with the exclusive treatment and pleasure you truly deserve. From professional guides to top quality gear, every aspect of your adventure has been prepared for your arrival.
Upon arrival in Ketchikan, Alaska, your trip becomes all inclusive. You will take a short, scenic floatplane ride to Boardwalk’s private dock. Upon arrival the the dock, you will be treated to luxury lodging, gourmet cuisine prepared by Boardwalk's professional chefs, house beers and wine. Upon receiving your Alaska fishing license, your professional guides will soon have you into Steelhead, Sea Run Dolly Varden and Cutthroats on one of the many rivers and streams. From the Orvis fly rods and reels to the boots and waders and all-weather gear, everything has been thought of.
Do you have a non-fishing partner or just want a change of pace? Boardwalk offers a wonderful, southeast Alaskan Adventure beyond fishing. From hiking, sea kayaking, nature viewing, bird watching, whale watching, caving, bear observatory, beach combing to glacier flightseeing, there is something for everyone. Over the last 20 years, the non-fishing program has become so popular that many come just for these activities.
April 14, 2019 (6 nights lodging 5 days fishing)
Alaska’s Boardwalk Lodge on Prince of Wales Island
$4495.00 per person (All inclusive)
(NOTE: Air travel from your home to and from Ketchikan Alaska, gratuities, local tax and premium spirts are not included)
Pioneer Anglers (307)-654-3330
Additional detailed information about the Lodge and fishing can be found on Boardwalks website, please click the link below.
Join Pioneer Anglers September 13, 2018 for an exhilarating experience fishing for Albacore Tuna with a fly rod. We will be fishing with All Rivers & Saltwater Charters out of Westport, Washington. Just try to imagine the strike of a fish moving at 30+ miles an hour and the terror as you watch your backing peel away like you just hooked onto a small car on the interstate. The screaming reel eventually stops and you engage in hand to fin combat, you get your fly line back to the reel, breath a sigh of relief, and them bam, he takes off again! After the second or third run, your opponent heads to the bottom and it becomes a cage match, your arms are burning, your rod feels like it will explode at any second and doubts about who is really in control set in. If you have done your part and earned it, you will be rewarded.
As of May 26- 0 spots available.
Schedule: 7/13/18-Friday 6:30 pm to 10pm Philosophy, gear selection, equipment rigging and flies will be covered. (Beverages and bbq provided) 7/14/18-Saturday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm We will be on the water learning the art of casting and swinging flies. (lunch provided) 7/15/18-Sunday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. We will be on one of our local waters putting our new skills in action. (Lunch Provided)
July 13, 14 & 15, 2018
Join Marty Howard and Pioneer Anglers for an exciting weekend of learning to swing flies for trout and casting two handed fly rods. Marty is an excellent instructor, from tying traditional flies, building bamboo rods to casting instruction, he brings many years of knowledge to the table.
Our class is limited to 10 participants, so there will be plenty of time for one on one instruction. The class and instructional format is based on the premise that fly casting and fishing is fun. Our classes are lite hearted, full of laughs and FUN!
This exciting technique will broaden your fishing horizon and get you thinking about all the water you have missed out on. The focus of the class will be on two handed rods; However, you will soon discover the casts, techniques and flies will transition to a single handed rod just the same.
If you have ever wanted to learn, or brush up on the art of spey casting, this is an opportunity to learn in a relaxed and friendly environment.
As of June 16, we have 4 slots available.
What do you need: Waders, Wyoming fishing license, appropriate clothing and any personal gear you wish to bring. This is a hands on class, so be prepared to be in the water!
Whats provided: Rods, reels, lines and lunch, and an exciting weekend!
Who do we contact? Mike- (307)654-3330 or firstname.lastname@example.org