Take a Trip to the Alagnak River

February 12, 2019
Stephanie Duns

The Alagnak River has a long history of being one of Alaska’s legendary fishing destinations. For decades, the spot has drawn the attention of anglers because of the wide variety of salmon and trout that pass through the stream during the summer runs. It's a premier fishing spot that’s fun to fish, because of how much action you can get...

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Alaska's Kodiak Island Resort

October 31, 2018
Stephanie Duns

Introduction Spectacular surroundings. Incredible fishing. Endless Luxury. Alaska's Kodiak Island Resort knows what it's doing, and that's why it's our Lodge of the Month for November. When it comes to providing guests with an unforgettable Alaskan fishing trip, they believe it all starts with the details. As soon as you arrive, you'll be greeted by the spectacular lodge placed on the...

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5 Ways Travel Makes You Better

August 23, 2018
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We all like to get away from the daily grind from time to time. But did you know travel is not just an escape, but an opportunity to explore new places, try new things, and broaden your horizons. Here are some interesting benefits that can be gained through traveling. Travel can improve your health, and also improve your life even after...

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Walters Cove Resort

May 16, 2018
Stephanie Duns

Our pick for May's Lodge of The Month is a remarkable fishing destination located on the northwest of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. It’s a bit of a well-kept secret, but we had to get the word out: this place is seriously awesome! Walters Cove Resort caters to travelers who are looking for the absolute best in a fishing lodge, and they...

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Afognak Wilderness Lodge

April 27, 2018
Stephanie Duns

Afognak Wilderness Lodge is the place to be for nature lovers and avid fishermen alike. This lodge is unique in its dense population of wildlife, marine animals, and abundant fish that can be found right in the rivers, as well as the ocean. Located on Afognak Island, second largest of the Kodiak Islands, the lodge is equipped with everything you...

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5 Places to Visit in Arizona

March 31, 2018
Stephanie Duns

Arizona is the 6th largest state in the US, and is made up of 85% publicly owned land and Native American reservations. It's located in the southwest, where in addition to desert, you'll find forests, mountains, and rivers. The state is famous for its massive rock formations, towering cacti, and canyons carved by rushing rivers. It's  full of opportunities to get...

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5 Places to Visit in Montana

March 31, 2018
Stephanie Duns

Montana is a state of pristine natural beauty, and has preserved much of its outdoors. In fact, Yellowstone National Park, located partially in Montana, was the first designated National Park established in 1872. This sentiment of preserving the natural environment can be seen all across the state, with countless areas protected from development. Take a trip to Montana to see...

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5 Places to Visit in Alaska

March 15, 2018
Stephanie Duns

Alaska, also known as “The Last Frontier”, is the largest state in the union. With over 600 million square miles, it’s also an ideal destination for outdoor activities. Here’s a list of 5 places to visit, and what to do, in different regions of this great state. South Central South Central is the most populated area in the state, and is a great...

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5 Places to Visit In British Columbia

March 11, 2018
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Escape the monotony of city life, reconnect with nature, and discover the perfect lodge vacation in British Columbia. British Columbia accounts for over 10% of Canada's land surface, and boasts 16,000 miles of coastline. It's also home to half of the country's wildlife; making it one of the most pristine places in all of North America, and an awesome getaway for outdoorsmen and nature lovers...

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How to Stay Dry Outdoors

February 28, 2018
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Going out for a long day in the field? Bring a sandwich bag with an extra pair of socks, and stay drier longer. Socks take up the least amount of space in your travel bag, and will make a big difference when it counts. If you're in a pinch, and have an outlet nearby, use a hairdryer to dry out your...

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5 Hikes in the Pacific Northwest

February 21, 2018
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Hiking is a great to burn calories and explore. The Pacific Northwest is full of natural beauty, and an abundance of hiking trails for beginners and expers alike. With such diverse range of topography, vegetation, and weather, there is so much to explore. We thought we’d share some of our favorite hikes, ranging from dry desert to misty mountain, and everything in between. Franklin Falls Check...

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Get Ready for Find a Lodge

February 16, 2018
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Portland, OR - February 16, 2018 — The Lodging Network, LLC is proud to announce the immediate availability of Find a Lodge (https://findalodge.net). Find a Lodge lets you explore fishing lodges, hunting lodges, ski lodges, and other sporting lodges like never before. Our website will be the first of its kind to seamlessly integrate lodge listings with exclusive content. As an...

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Langara Fishing Adventures

February 16, 2018
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Our very first pick for Lodge of the Month, Langara Fishing Adventures, is located south of Alaska and on the north end of British Columbia's Haida Gwaii. Read on to learn more about this unique vacation spot, and why we think it's worth a look. Langara Fishing Adventures has been in operation for 25 years, and they are not slowing down...

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Try These 5 Activities While On Vacation

February 15, 2018
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Looking to try something new on your lodge vacation? If you have the time, you might want to consider one of these classic activities to keep the kids busy, and add a little fun to your trip. Many of these pastimes don't require much technical knowledge, specialized equipment, or anything of the sort. Read on to learn about each of them. Birdwatching Why...

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