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Lar­ry Jar­rets Wild Alas­ka Lodge is a full ser­vice sport fish­ing oper­a­tion. Cast for Salmon, Hal­ibut and Rock Fish in beau­ti­ful Pel­i­can, Alas­ka. While out on the boat, you may be able to spot bears for­ag­ing along the shore­line or whales breaching.The inn fea­tures 6 bed­rooms as well as a small gro­cery store. 

Chico­bi Char­ters spe­cial­izes in salmon and hal­ibut sport fish­ing, and they offer lodg­ing over­look­ing Pel­i­can Har­bor in their four bed­room townhouse. 

All inclu­sive mul­ti-day fish­ing and lodg­ing in Pel­i­can, Alaska. 

Pel­i­can Joe’s is a small oper­a­tion, but that does not mean you will have a sec­ond rate expe­ri­ence. They take per­son­al care of their clients; help­ing to sched­ule trav­el on Alas­ka Sea­planes and meet­ing guests at the dock. And, when the fish­ing is done, they will fil­let, pack­age, and freeze your catch! To top it all off, they’ll fix you incred­i­ble meals to enjoy. 


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Yako­bi Island’s Bohemia Basin, just 7 miles north­west of Pel­i­can, offers shel­ter, and a 4‑mile trek through old-growth for­est, past lakes, and an his­toric min­ing area. Plan to hike and camp out to ful­ly enjoy this rugged and remote part of the world. 

Explore Yako­bi Island’s lush rain­for­est on the 8‑mile round-trip Taka­nis Lake Trail (also known as Bohemia Trail). It begins at the mouth of Bohemia Creek and wan­ders through old-growth for­est, past two lakes, and an his­toric nick­el mine from the 1920s and 30s. 

A short but stren­u­ous hike up Pelican’s moun­tain­side pro­vides great views of Lisian­s­ki Inlet. Climb 300 feet in half a mile and you’ll have your work­out in for the day. Take a friend and watch for brown bear!