Pybus Point Lodge is located in a very secluded and remote area that is only accessible by float plane or a long boat ride. The lodge islocated on an old commercial salmon cannery site that was set aside as part ofthe Homestead act in 1893. In 1907 much of the surrounding area was designatedthe Tongass National Forest President Theodore Roosevelt, and in 1978 theAdmiralty Island National Monument was created. However, because the canneryproperty was private land attached to the Homestead Act the it was not absorbedinto the National Monument. That means our lodge is in one of the most secludedand beautiful natural areas in the world without any other resorts, lodging, orcivilization nearby.Book Now
To get here you will need to fly commercial to Juneau, AK and stay one night in a hotel (we will provide some hotel recommendations). Early morning on the first day of your trip we will meet you with a chartered plane and bring you to the lodge. A beauty-filled 45-50 minutes ride in a plane with sea floats transports you to our dock just outside the lodge.
We’ll take care of all the charter flight details to get you from Juneau the rest of the way to the lodge. We also offer personalized trip-planning support for any questions that you have about your trip to and from the lodge.
Discover why people like you can’t stop talking about Pybus Point Lodge. More than 30 years ago, Pybus Point Lodge opened as a simple fishing camp, drawing a devoted following in spite of basic accommodations. With new owners and experienced captains and crew, our corner of Alaska has become an unbeatable all-inclusive fishing and eco-tourism resort.
Pybus Point Lodge has some of the most stunning scenery I’ve ever seen. I mean absolutely breathtaking! In addition to the amazing fishing, I hiked to a beautiful secluded lake, soaked in some hot pots, saw several waterfalls, went whale watching, saw bears and all kinds of wildlife and marine life. As a photographer, photographing a wedding under a waterfall will remain a highlight of my life.
Pybus Point Lodge - WOW!
We had the best time! This was our first visit to Pybus, but it definitely will not be our last. The stunning scenery, amazing fishing experience, and the joy of meeting new friends – all outstanding! We did not want to leave!!! If you are thinking about this trip – don’t think any more, just book it. You will not regret it!!!
Trip of a Lifetime!
We had such an amazing time the staff was so wonderful and the lodge was fantastic! capt Joe was so helpful and always doing what ever he could do to make each day special. a special thank you to both Scott and Jody for taking the time to make us feel like family. can't wait to go back next year
Wonderful and Magical Place
We had an amazing business retreat to Pybus Point Lodge. Everything was top notch... the fishing, the staff, the boat captains, the food, the accommodations, and especially the scenery. I really liked that Pybus took care of everything from start to finish. Chef John is an amazing cook. We had delicious hot meals the entire trip. The cabins were amazing and very comfortable. The fishing was awesome and that’s coming from a guy that doesn’t fish that much.
We brought home 100lbs of fish!
My wife and I spent a week at Pybus Point this Summer. We had a beautiful, private room overlooking the bay and our own new, ensuite, private bathroom. What an amazing place for couples to get away together. We set our own breakfast time, met our boat captain after, fished the day along, and returned to clean up and enjoy a nice dinner at the restaurant. Next time Alaska is on the trip list, Sherrie and I will go together, and it will be to Pybus Point!
Fun in Alaska
This was my first trip to Pybus Point. I stayed in one of their new cabins. The accommodations were incredible, the view onto the bay in the mornings was stunning. I loved the staff and the food was really very good. All of this and they have new boats to take you out onto fairly calm waters to fish. The fishing guides were great. Overall a great experience. Definitely going back.