Shelter Lodge

Shelter Lodge

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A little about me.

I’m either 100% in or 0%

I’m super emotional and cry easily from happy emotion.

Today, I received this note (I haven’t shared the cookies yet, but attached one photo here)

I lived in Tahoe in 2017/2018 and met some wonderful people there.

A few months ago I received an order to ship to Tahoe that they would then bring up to Alaska with them to Shelter Lodge.

The cookies came out incredible (in my opinion), but the message I received this morning meant everything.

As a small business owner, putting your name, reputation and business on the line for a cause can be scary. In honesty, I didn’t think twice.

I believe wholeheartedly in womens rights for me, my daughter, my neighbor, my friends and womankind. This is not a political matter, it’s a human rights movement.

Thank you for all of your support today and always.

Your support does mean the world to me.

Xo ❤️ 😘
Nicole
Photo contest 😂

Experience a fantastic fishing adventure, beautiful sightseeing of Alaska’s famous Inside Passage

Operating as usual

08/26/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Conrad Lauer

08/26/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Corey Nakamura

08/22/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Mark Oyama

08/22/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Mark Oyama

08/21/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Kyle Nakamoto

08/21/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Nadine Tagudin

08/21/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Mike Perez

08/14/2022

Photo Contest Submission: John Tanaka

08/09/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Michelle Tucker

08/09/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Karen Ishida

08/04/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Gavan Abe

08/04/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Robert Apuy

08/03/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Levi Hookano

08/03/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Don Anzalone

08/03/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Tom Lee

08/03/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Brian Sato

08/01/2022

Remember all those halibut and arrowtooth flounder stomachs we collected? Here’s why! Just doing our part to help understand and possibly improve/save our fisheries.

Pacific halibut and arrowtooth flounder have a reputation for being voracious predators and may compete with each other for food and space. Our new research, led by Cheryl Barnes, helps us better understand how these large, toothy flatfish coexist. Arrowtooth flounder have very large mouths and are able to eat the same types of food as smaller-sized Pacific halibut. But once halibut grow larger, they may have an advantage when foraging due to their size and strength. While these predators might not earn a gold star for sharing, their different strategies for success mean that they both get a seat at the snack table.

Our enormous gratitude goes to the captains at Shelter Lodge and Anchor Point Lodge, who provided more than 2,000 fish stomachs for the project! This research was also made possible by the generosity of our funders, the Po***ck Conservation Cooperative Research Center, the Rasmuson Fisheries Research Center, and the Northern Gulf of Alaska Applied Research Award. - Juneau CFOS UAF

You can read the paper here:
https://afspubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/mcf2.10141

07/27/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Ryan Yee

07/27/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Roy Heu “Catch of the Day! Just under the size limit!”

07/27/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Tyler Okimoto

07/27/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Wendel Ishida

07/27/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Sheldon Saiki

07/26/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Chris Apuy

07/26/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Bree Tam “Salmon caught on the fly from Hawaii”

07/26/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Lance Uyehara

07/26/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Richard Nishida “Clean Sweep!”

07/19/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Pat Ordinado

07/19/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Daryl Noguchi “Got King Salmon?”

07/19/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Michelle Stratton

Photos from Shelter Lodge's post 07/18/2022

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07/16/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Kurt Kishaba “Jimmy Kishaba and his 58 lb halibut”

07/16/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Kat Miyagawa

07/16/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Gavin Yoshimoto

07/14/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Ryan Toguchi “Award Winning Catch!”

07/14/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Dana Tamashiro “Roy Tamashiro”

07/14/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Guin White “Liberty/Anderson/Rux Visit”

07/14/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Dawn Nishimoto

07/10/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Rachael Teves

07/10/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Leanne Teves “Remembering Mom & what she loved”

07/10/2022

Photo Contest Submission: Josh Kwok

Videos (show all)

Humpback Whale bubble-feed
Beautiful day for a supply run!  I think it's in the 50's today, t-shirt weather!!
Commute back to town.  Sunset lit snow capped mountains.  It's a little chill right now, 35 degrees, but better than loo...
Lisa Sugimoto snagged this 44 pound octopus while fishing for halibut.  She thought she was caught on the bottom and we ...
Does it work?  Eventually.
Tiiiiimmmmberrrr!!  Getting rid of a dead tree before Mother Nature does it on our new guest cabins.

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P. O. Box 210064
Auke Bay, AK
99821

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