A Gourmet Culinary Experience In Alaska.

Sitka Alaska has long been known as having the best Salmon Fishing in Alaska. Now, Sitka can boast the finest cuisine in Alaska.

The Talon Lodge Visiting Chef Series is the most unique culinary series being offered in Alaska as well as the Pacific Northwest. Talon Lodge continues to host the world’s most renowned chefs to pair their skills with Alaska’s fresh seafood to create exclusive gourmet dinners for only 16 guests. These private dinners are hosted by the Award-winning Chef and provide an Alaska Fishing Lodge experience that is unmatched in Alaska.

Great Sport Fishing is still the primary reason for selecting an Alaska Lodge, but the addition of the Talon Lodge Visiting Chef Series provides anglers with a distinct difference between a good Alaska Fishing experience and a great Alaska Fishing experience.

Imagine your Alaskan Vacation with Chef Sam Choy of Hawaii or Chef John Ash from California’s Wine Country hosting your private dinner.

In addition to hosting the Talon Lodge gourmet dinners, the Visiting Chefs experience the best Sitka Fishing has to offer all of the guests at Talon. Chef Eddie Matney, of Scottsdale, loves the Fly Fishing experience for Steelhead, Sockeye or Silvers. James Beard Award Winning Chef, Robert McGrath’s wife Amy still holds the Talon Lodge Women’s record for Halibut Fishing, with here 325lb catch in 2006.

In 2008, Talon Lodge guests will be hosted by Chef Sam Choy of Hawaii, Chef Pascal Vignau of San Diego, Chef Eddie Matney of Scottsdale, and Chef Scott Leysath of the HuntFishCook TV Show.

At Talon Lodge you’ll find that not all Alaskan Vacations are the same. Sitka Fishing is the best fishing in Alaska, and Talon Lodge provides its guests with an unmatched Alaska Lodge experience. When you combine Alaska Fishing with gourmet cuisine prepared by the greatest chefs in the world, there is nothing that compares.

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Talon Lodge is owned by Gwen and Phil Younger who both have long-standing ties to Southeast Alaska. Phil spent several summers working in the Tongass National Forest for Alaska Lumber and Pulp.