The Best in Wild Alaska Fishing Adventure
Waterfall Resort's guides collectively share well over 200 years of guiding wild Alaska fishing trips for our guests, and we’re pleased to be the destination of choice to date for more than 65,000 anglers from around the world. You might say that gives us some experience. But no matter how many guests we’ve hosted, we believe it’s your individual experience here that counts.
“Novice luck? Within the first hour of our first day of fishing, my son-in-law landed a 48.5-pound king. I can’t think of a better way to have spent Father’s Day than listening to him brag about beating me, his father-in-law, who has 23 years of Alaska fishing experience.”
—Randall Pope, Jonesboro, Arizona
You don’t have to be a seasoned angler to fish at Waterfall Resort Alaska. Your very first catch could land you a prize in our King Salmon Jackpot Challenge in June, or our season-long fishing contest, the King of Kings Salmon Tournament. (Trust us, it’s happened.)
We welcome anglers of all skill levels, from first-timers to seasoned pros, and we’re committed to making every guest’s stay with us their best fishing trip yet. Keys to our success are our custom fleet and top-of-the-line equipment, 29 expert guides who give you more eyes on the water and know how to put you on the bite, the scale of our operation, and our storied location.
Wild salmon return every year to our fishing grounds off Prince of Wales Island. Here, along the island’s western shore, the craggy coastline, nutrient-rich spring runoff, and a confluence of warm ocean currents create ideal habitat for millions of bait fish, which draw the seasonal runs of king and silver salmon, as well as halibut, lingcod, and more than 20 other fish species.
Learn more about Waterfall Resort's fishing boats and equipment.