Welcome to our scrapbook! Please click on the names below to see testimonials and photos from our guests. If you have visited us before, please submit a scrapbook page here.
Brazeal 20th Anniversary – Watford City, North Dakota
Lane & Tonya Molpus – Greensboro
Getz, Harper and Horein – Northwest Indiana
Ron Bell & Doug Fulford – Calgary and Sherwood Park AB, Canada
Kodiak Raspberry Island Lodge provided an extensive and diverse variety of wildlife in a remote and picturesque setting. Captain and Fishing Guide Abby and Guest Ron boated the largest King salmon so far, this season. And, in just a few days, we made friends.
Dave Holman and Lynn Marie Firehammer – Crawfordville, Florida
An idyllic place! Birch and Tiffany are amazing hosts and have hired smart, interesting and fun staff. You can’t help but relax here. The fishing was awesome, the bear watch was incredible and the fly-over the Katmai Mountains glaciers and volcanos was breathtaking. Hiking around the lodge was a picture at every step.
Lane & Tonya – Greensboro, NC
Jim Schrempp and Jon Goulden – Saratoga and Portola Valley, California
This was a most spectacular vacation. I’ve never caught silver salmon before and what a great experience that was. I was proud of my 45 pound ling cod, then Jon landed a 180 pound halibut! Bringing up the crab pot was a treat. And all the whale watching was an unexpected thrill. I’m eating the fish now and it is wonderful. Thanks to Birch for all the fishing tips and to Tiffany for all the excellent food. I’ll be back, for sure. – September 2014
Goulden & Hall – Portola Valley, CA and Poulsbo, WA
This was our third visit to the lodge but our first time fishing for Silvers in the rivers. They are BIG fish! We had a great time and plan on returning again (and again and again …).
Mark, – Succasunna NJ
The RIRL vacation surpassed my expectations and provided a lasting experience one will never forget. Thanks for sharing your part of paradise and beautiful home, and by the way the fishing wasn’t too shoddy either; Birchie you’ll have to get us onto something bigger than 215 lbs on our next visit !!!