Frazer Lake is roughly seven miles long and a mile wide. It's nestled in the heart of the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. The outlet on the south side of the lake is the dog salmon river. The state of Alaska manages this fishery for sockeye salmon and over a million sockeye spawn in the lake itself. The mountains that surround Frazer Lake are perfect hibernation country.
Our camps are very comfortable , we use sturdy waterproof tents we have heat so we can dry out after a rainy day. Having heat makes the next day's hunting adventure so much better, being able to head out with dry gear!