Fly-In Fish Inn

Address: 485 Katlian St., Sitka, Alaska, 99835 , United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 485 Katlian St., Sitka, is near Sitka National Historic Park/Totem Park, Kayaking in Sitka, Sitka Sound Tours, and Russian Bishop's House.
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    Travel Blogs from Sitka

    Sitka, Capital of Russian America!

    A travel blog entry by pamvndrw on Apr 26, 2015

    3 comments, 26 photos

    ... provoking team building exercises. I’ve met some interesting people already including a young British naturalist who’s here for 6 months. I checked out the Barnaof Island Brewing Company for a beer with some of my house mates. We all had a tour of the Alaska Raptor Center- the only full service raptor avian hospital and educational facility in Alaska! They treat injured eagles, hawks, owls and falcons. Some can be released when they ...

    Sitka

    A travel blog entry by afletcher990 on Aug 06, 2014

    7 photos

    ... one with a deformed beak, so it was brought into the center when it was young when it was found immaciated, as it could not chew up its food properly. They have to feed it with smaller chunks of food. We also saw a golden eagle and some owls including one very cute tiny owl called Tootsie. After the birds, it was on to a salmon hatchery. It was amazing to see the thousands of salmon jumping up the stream to get back to the place where ...

    Fishing Day 2

    A travel blog entry by erica.l.moeser on Jul 29, 2014

    36 photos

    ... and people did their thing to get ready for dinner. Fishers had a great time, one boat did a full day of deep sea fishing, another had an amazing day in the stream and saw bald eagles and the third boat caught a little salmon, dropped crab pots and boated around to see whales and a bear cub. The lodge usually has a 4 night menu rotation but we are here 5 nights so they came up with an extra day ...

    The day after

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 22, 2014

    ... eagles, arctic terns, geese, puffins, and more; sea otters, sea lions, humpback whales, orca whales, porpoise, Dall porpoise, and salmon. We saw mountains galore - Denali at 20,000 ft and Wrangell, Mt. Blackburn, Mt. St. Elias, and Mt. Fairweather ranging from 16-80,000 ft. And we saw glaciers up close - Kennicott, Exit, Portage, Margaritte, and Mendenhall. From a distance we saw dozens of other glaciers either nameless or forgotten.

    Alaska is a big place that's for ...

    Start your paddles

    A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 12, 2013

    10 photos

    ... or Fortress of the Bear. Bears trump birds today. We have a tough time finding a taxi willing to drive us the seven miles out of town through standstill road construction, but eventually commandeer one. The Fortress of the Bear is no slick tourist attraction, but rather a long term act of devotion by an Alaskan who just loves bears. On the island where Sitka is situated, there is one bear per square mile; Yellowstone has one per one hundred square ...