Most visitors here at Trail Lake Lodge choose this undeniably breathtaking region for its Kenai River salmon runs, Chugach National Forest hiking trails, and Kenai Fjords marine cruises. But don’t overlook the world-class Pacific halibut fishing in both Cook Inlet and the Gulf of Alaska. Very few thrills on earth rival the feeling one obtains during a battle with a monstrous flat fish deep at sea. You’ll likely return home with so much processed halibut inside insulated, airline-certified boxes that it will make your head spin. But, luckily for you, we’ve compiled 25 of our favorite Alaskan halibut recipes ranging from classic, pan-seared delights to delicious, blackened fillets.
Before their arrival, a lot of guests ask us, “so, where is Moose Pass, Alaska?” Well, we’re 28.3 miles straight north of Seward, Alaska, in the heart of the jaw-dropping Chugach National Forest, to be exact. Moose Pass, Alaska, is a quiet, idyllic small town that’s fully encircled by dreamlike bodies of water, such as Kenai Lake, Trail Lakes, and Crescent Lake, three of the most beautiful destinations in the world. And, of course, Trail Lake Lodge is conveniently located near all of the deep wilderness excitement, including world-class salmon fishing, breathtaking hiking trails, and exhilarating ATV adventures.
Summer is finally here to stay in beautiful Moose Pass, Alaska, as families, groups, and couples are eagerly arriving in herds to our secluded, lakeside community. Our peaceful neck of the woods is known for its world-class salmon runs, jaw-dropping glacier cruises, and rustic Alaska resorts. And Trail Lake Lodge has quickly evolved into one of the premier family fishing trips in The Last Frontier thanks to our all-inclusive adventure packages, awe-inspiring locale, and first-rate hospitality.
With Memorial Day weekend in the rearview mirror, the much-anticipated summertime fishing season is less than two weeks away here in Moose Pass, Alaska, also known as “The Land of the Midnight Sun.” With so much available daylight during the summer months, anglers from across the globe flock to the Kenai Peninsula for world-class Alaska fishing adventures in search of “barn-door” halibut, trophy rainbow trout, and unparalleled salmon runs. Trail Lake Lodge remains one of the only Southcentral Alaska resorts to offer guests four, five, and seven-day all-inclusive packages featuring everything from Kenai River salmon fishing to mountaintop dog sled tours.