Experience your Alaskan fishing excursion in the heart of Sheep Bay. Nestled by quiet protected waters at the end of Sheep Bay, weather and wind will normally not prevent you from venturing out to fish or explore.

The lodge is located 22 miles from Cordova, a quick 10 minute flight, or a 45 minute boat ride is all that it takes to get you there. En route to the island, you will usually spot sea lions, harbor seals, sea otters, porpoises, and the occasional killer whale and gray whale. Brown and black bears, mountain goats, and Sitka deer are frequently spotted on the shorelines and mountains. Waterfowl and shorebirds, bald eagles and terns are commonly seen.




Plenty of opportunities to enjoy the wilderness, why not take advantage of the surrounding eco-tourism opportunities while visiting us?


Hike to nearby mountain lakes and glaciers, canoe or kayak to nearby coves and quiet waters of Sheep Bay, charter a float plane for spectacular sight-seeing adventures, arrange wildlife observation tours featuring black and brown bears, killer and humpback whales, porpoises, mountain goats, moose and Sitka deer. You can even go clamming, shrimping or beach-combing.