What to Pack?

Alaskan weather is unpredictable at best. During the fishing season, temperatures can range from the 40s to the high 70s, but the average is in the 60s. It’s best that you layer your clothes, so that you’re prepared as the weather changes during the day. The atmosphere at the lodge is informal, so choose clothes that are comfortable, but casually smart.

Thermal underwear like Long Johns

Heavier cotton shirts or turtlenecks (with long sleeves)

T-shirts, for layering

1-2 collared shirts to wear to dinner

Socks, thermal or woolen socks and/or cotton

Windbreaker or insulated jacket

Rubber-soled shoes or deck boots to wear on the boat *** (we also provide boots)


Knit cap and/or cap with a brow

Comfortable-fitting pants for outdoor use

Bathing suit (for the hot tub)

Casual shoes for lodge wear

Polarized sunglasses

Knapsack or similar for day use

Sunscreen or sun block

Personal toiletries and medications (we provide hair dryers)

Insect repellant (optional)

Binoculars (optional)