Welcome to Whale Pass Alaska!
What we have here is a very informal place, which we have named Coho Chalet. There is nothing fancy here. It is clean, and warm, with wood heat. Whale Pass is located on the North end of Prince of Wales Island (POW), Northeast of Ketchikan. It is the third largest island in the United States. There are close to 1300 miles of road to explore. POW's population is sparse, being about 5000 people on the whole island. Whale Pass has about 50 full time residents. There are a lot of black bears (no grizzlies or browns), lots of Sitka Blacktail deer, lots of Bald eagles, and tons of fish! It is about a 5 minute walk behind the lodge, down the trail to Neck Outlet. Our property goes right to the water. This is the tidal zone, and the fishing here at times outrageous. You can fish from the bank, or we have a 14' aluminum boat and motor you can use around the inlet. You can fly fish, or spinner fish. You are allowed 6 coho per day, and 6 pink (humpy) per day. There are numerous other streams within a 20 mile radius that have excellent fishing. Plus, Neck Lake which has good trout fishing.