Our property borders the Neck Lake outlet, and when you can see the salmon jumping from your back porch, you know you've come to the right place!

But we understand that when it's time to break from fishing, comfort is important. The main Lodge offers incredible comfort alongside some of the best hospitaility to be found in Alaska. To experience it fully consider the full service plan and enjoy exceptional dining, with all meals provided and fantastic fair including crab, halibut, salmon and steak. If you are doing a self-guided stay, our cabins come equipped with everything you'll need - quality cookware, a washer and dryer, boot warmers, linens and a large freezer for your catch. Our cabins sleep four persons comfortably.


You'll enjoy an abundance of wildlife right in your backyard. Eagles are daily visitors all summer and fall, black bears are common sights in the evening, and sitka black-tailed deer frequent the property.

Gregg and Christine Cook and their children Meghan, Jared, and Nathaniel are committed to helping to make your stay a memorable one, whether you're coming to fish, hunt, or just enjoy the incredible Prince of Wales Island and it's breathtaking vistas and wildlife.



Lodge Comfort


Did You Know?

The outstanding fishing at Whale Pass owes it's fame to the Snow Pass Coho Program. Harvesting 50,000 salmon a year, the Snow Pass Hatchery provides top quality salmon to the market all summer and fall

The rich ecosystem created by plentiful salmon has helped make the Whale Pass area a superb place to view wildlife, not to mention the sheer spectacle of thousands of salmon jammed in to the Neck Lake Outlet! Silver (coho) arrive first, followed by sockeyes and pink salmon. A second fall run of silvers keeps the river full from early summer to through fall.




Gregg and Christine Cook welcome you!


Gregg and Christine Cook



The cabins and main Lodge overlook the river below Neck Lake, where excellent fly or spin fishing awaits just steps from your wildnerness home.


River view