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door access to the Pasagshak River which
sports some largest Coho salmon and
Sockeye salmon on Kodiak Island.  The
Pasagshak River is unique in the fact that
it reverses its flow with the ebb and flow
of the tides. Towards the mouth faster
water is excellent for Sockeye fishing, and
up near the lodge and at the lake
slow-moving water is excellent Coho
fishing.  The Pasagshak River Coho run
starts in August.  The run peaks in mid
September and continues into Late
October.  Coho from 14 - 18 pounds are
average with many fish exceeding 18
pounds.  Some fish over 20 pounds
The Sockeye salmon run starts in June, peaks the
first week of July and continues into August.  
Once hooked,  Sockeye salmon are tremendous
fighters.  They can be fished with both fly rods or
spinning rods using flies.  The Sockeye salmon is
considered to be one of the finest eating of all
the Pacific salmon.  Excellent smoked
Watch this Hawg Quest video clip of fly fishing Coho Salmon in October on the Pasagshak River
Watch this Hawg Quest video clip fishing for Coho salmon on the Portage River  
Fish Kodiak Adventures offer easy access to the Saltery River and the Portage River which are
both located in the upper end of Ugak Bay.  Although both rivers are technically on the road
system.  The only access is by float plane, ATV or with Captain Rick’s boat the “C Grace”.  It is
just a short and Scenic 30 minute run from Pasagshak to Saltery Cove.   The Saltery River which
sees an average return of 48,000 reds each year, (the largest run on the Kodiak road system)
offers some excellent late summer Sockeye salmon fly-fishing.  This system is also excellent in
the Fall for Big Coho salmon and Steelhead fishing.  
The Portage River is
closer to Pasagshak.  
It is a short & scenic
20 minute run from
Pasagshak beach.  A
slightly smaller river
than the Saltery river.  
It offer excellent Fall
Coho salmon fishing
.  
Fish Kodiak Adventures

alway offers you your
choice of fishing with
SAGE fly fish gear, bait
cast or spin cast
fishing gear.   
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