Summer isn’t far away, and much of the Alaskan wilderness is already active as the temperatures become more inviting. Emerging from their dens or migrating back from their winter vacation, many of the animals in Alaska will be foraging for food and seeking mates, all while providing excellent opportunities for eager nature enthusiasts. From brown bears to humpback whales, Elfin Cove Resort is home to a vast array of native

There’s no such thing as an ordinary Alaska vacation, but a stay at Elfin Cove Resort is undoubtedly extraordinary. For decades tourists and outdoor enthusiasts have flocked to Elfin Cove to be surrounded by picturesque Alaskan wilderness and scenic mountain landscapes. Whether you plan on fishing in Alaska, hiking the trails, or taking photos, Elfin Cove Resort is your base camp for an Alaskan adventure.  Fishing in Alaska with Elfin

Visitors to the newly renovated Elfin Cove Resort will have the vacation of a lifetime enjoying all of the breathtaking views, unparalleled sport fishing, and wilderness exploration this unique Alaskan retreat has to offer.  A long-time favorite of the most avid sporting and adventuresome travelers, Elfin Cove Resort’s extreme makeover and expansion of its guest quarters, docks, fishing boats, equipment and more make this an unforgettable experience for first-timers and

Juneau- The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is announcing the 2014 sport fishing regulations for king salmon in Southeast Alaska and Yakutat.  These regulations will be effective 12:01 A.M. Wednesday April 2, 2014 through 11:59 P.M. Monday, April 30, 2015.  The regulations are: Alaskan Resident The resident bag and possession limit is three king salmon 28 inches or greater in length. Nonresident The nonresident bag and possession limit is