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.

Bill/Deb Bowe, Doug/Ann Johnson – Wisconsin

The waters were rough today but what a wonderful way to celebrate our fishing day.
Thank you EVERYONE!!

Lane and Tonya Molpus – Greensboro, NC

Another year to catch great halibut!

Phil & Michelle Holmes – Vista, CA

Amazing place! We had a wonderful time, everything was well done. The staff was so friendly and fun to be around. The meals were fantastic and the fishing was great, the boat captains were top notch, and fun to be with. The surroundings where absolutely beautiful. We have been to other lodges but this lodge is by far the best we have ever been to!
Thank You Birch and Tiffany for your wonderful hospitality.

Bill, Deb, Kyle, Angie – Wisconsin

We had a super time returning to Raspberry Island.
Thanks for the memories.

Kate and Earl 2017 – Delaware

Another great visit, made special by the Robbins family, staff, captains, and other visitors. Always meet great people here. Will be watching on the web cam til our next trip.

Brazeal 20th Anniversary – Watford City, North Dakota

It was the best of both: fishing and relaxing.

Lane & Tonya Molpus – Greensboro

Still the best halibut fishing we’ve ever had!

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.