Planning a trip to Alaska can be a long project. Assuming you have a love for fishing, you’re in the right place. It is worth the trip. To help motivate you to make up your mind, we’ll dig deeper to find out how much a trip like this can cost.
Alaska fishing trip prices have many factors. There is location, lodging type, duration of stay, itinerary, and services to consider. Let’s talk about these factors.
Pricing Factors on Alaska Fishing Trips
Drive-in or Fly-in:
First question to ask: is your lodge a fly-in or a drive-in? Flying allows for greater privacy and a quicker commute. It’s also usually a sign of a more remote and secluded lodge (read: better fishing!). Doc Warner’s Lodge provides fly-in, drive-in, and boat-in on a catamaran boat trip.
Guide and Lodge Amenities:
The services of the lodge will affect the price. Is this an all-inclusive lodge? Is it built for beginners to take lessons on how to fish? Does it have private professionally-guided tours for experienced fishermen? Does it include your fishing equipment? These questions will have bearing on the cost.
Accommodations and Meals:
Food is important, not only in life but in your Alaskan lodge experience. Is it included? Is it a la carte? Is it a buffet?