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Ivan M wrote a review Aug 2022
Santiago, Chile29 contributions1 helpful vote
This was my third trip to Green Rocks Lodge. This trip we managed to hit the King salmon run. The food, lodging, and accommodations were once again great. The weather was too good as it hampered the Halibut catch. Our party of four each brought back salmon, halibut, and crab. Jason the new owner was there to help us and provide whatever we needed. The crew took great care of us as well. I plan to visit again.
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Jamie B wrote a review Feb 2022
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We loved this trip. The resort has new owners that are the best!! Very attentive to our needs. The cabins where clean and cozy. The fishing boats where stocked well with everything we needed. We had great direction where the fishing was the best. I would definitely recommend this trip to all my family be friends!!!
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Nicole W wrote a review Jan 2022
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Great experience up in Petersburg, Alaska fishing for salmon and halibut. Green Rocks Lodge was on their A game! Beautiful views, reliable boats, good fishing gear, plenty of bait, hard working staff, good food. Can’t wait to go back again!
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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JGG wrote a review Jul 2021
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Not sure where to begin. I think it really starts with the obvious, that the money you pay for your experience, not a dime goes back into the business. The boat almost sank twice on us and when it was checked out, we were told that the plug is rusted out so they just had to adjust it. The gas gauge is broken on multiple boats, one boat ran out of gas because of this and left others stranded for a period of time. The boats were not stocked with the supplies we were told they were. Three separate occasions we asked for something and they told us it’s on the boat, only for them to see for themselves it wasn’t. Overall the boats are in very poor shape. The “tackle” is almost nonexistent. The bait we received every morning was rotten, soft, gross, and unusable. We had to wake up at 4am to go up the channel to catch our own fresh bait. Every pole set up we had, had something wrong with it. One pole, the drag was broken and one other pole was split halfway down the rod. The quality of the meals were just ok, nothing more, nothing less. Most of the help was pretty good, with the crews doing the best with what was given to them. The owner is nonexistent unless he is getting money from you. A bad week of fishing (we didn’t do great partly because of what was mentioned above, partly because of it just wasn’t that great, and partly because we were learning what to do) beats a week of work every time except when you feel as if you paid a boat load for absolutely nothing. Go to the lodge directly next to Green Rocks. Their patrons seemed happy every night, bringing in boat loads of fish.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Ken B wrote a review Oct 2020
Idaho15 contributions7 helpful votes
Had a great time at the lodge. I can’t wait to return. This is a fisherman’s lodge not a Cabo resort if you love to fish halibut and salmon you’ll love this place! We caught fish at 40-200 feet Halibut salmon bears glaciers and eagles all self guided
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Johnny_A916q wrote a review Aug 2020
Hurricane, Utah122 contributions62 helpful votes
If you have your own gear and know these waters well then it’s an OK place. If your a first time fisherman to the area then it’s going to suck. Didn’t give any guidance on how and where to go to catch fish. Provided minimal equipment that’s not updated or in working condition. We wasted 2 days fishing until other guests were kind enough to teach and show us where to fish. Management doesn’t interact at all with guests and seemed upset to be there. The dock hands and cook are great. But the dock hands are all new to they area so knowledge is limited.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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suzi j wrote a review Aug 2019
Miramar Beach, Florida25 contributions32 helpful votes
My first trip to Alaska with my husband and friend. Our friend booked this resort. We were really looking forward to good fishing but were sadly disappointed. The rustic cabins were cute but dirty. Seriously dirty bathroom with at least 4 bars of leftover soap from previous occupants, filthy sink, and unswept floors. The boats were in poor condition as was the equipment. They advertise that you can fish close by in shallow waters but that is not true. We were sadly disappointed with the amount of fish we brought home. The fish was not frozen at all when we arrived home. The food was pretty good. The other guests made the trip memorable. Most agreed never to return to this resort but enjoyed each other’s company. The workers were great. The Owners on the other hand were only seen when you first got there and handed over your money. The Owners do not care about the guests experience at all just about the money. Too bad because the location is beautiful.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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UsFishing wrote a review Jul 2019
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Lousy filthy boats poorly equipped;worst poles,tackle&bait. Radios&motors often didn't work. No instruction. They said "the boat will not sink completely because it has foam in it"broken tackle boxes.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Cruiser467070 wrote a review Dec 2018
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Green Rocks Lodge is exactly as advertised. My buddy and I were looking for a self-guided fishing experience in Alaska where a decent fisherman can use his skills to catch some fish and enjoy the beauty of Alaska. We booked a week with Green Rocks and loved it. We returned again last year and are looking forward to our third trip this coming summer. The owners are great, they want you to catch fish and enjoy your stay. The accommodations are nice, beds are comfortable, the food is great and plentiful. The boats are well maintained and the fishing can be great. Fishing the protected waters of SE Alaska is a joy. We came home with 150 lbs of Salmon and Halibut this last year. I don't know how my family can eat it all. There are several lodges in the general area that are comparably priced but when you find a lodge where the staff takes that extra time to prepare your boat in the morning, loaded with fresh bait, cares for your catch when you return, feeds you like a king and at the end of your trip booking for a week the next year is a forgone conclusion you have found the right Lodge. Check out Green Rocks Lodge, you will not be disappointed.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled with friends
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7603900002hp wrote a review Jul 2018
San Marcos, California17 contributions2 helpful votes
Out 1st trip to Alaska. Spend 1 week, fishing. You will be picked up at the airport or at the hotel downtown Petersburg, AK. Full board with breakfast and dinner, lunch packages are provided. Fishing self-guided. All tackle provided. You should be an experienced angler to stay.
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Date of stay: July 2018
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GREEN ROCKS WILDERNESS LODGE - Updated 2022 Hotel Reviews (Petersburg, AK)

Frequently Asked Questions about Green Rocks Wilderness Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Green Rocks Wilderness Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Viking Travel, Inc. (0.1 miles), Clausen Memorial Museum (0.10 miles), and The Cedar Box (0.1 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Green Rocks Wilderness Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Salty Pantry, Papa Bear's Pizza, and Inga's Galley.
Is Green Rocks Wilderness Lodge located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.1 miles away from the center of Petersburg.