About

Alaska Fishing Destination Lodge

about kodiak adventures lodgeKodiak Adventures Lodge is owned by the Carroll and Miller families. Larry and Paul grew up in Minnesota. Over the years they backpacked, fished and climbed mountains throughout the West and Europe.

Larry and Shelly Carroll and their boys, James and Samuel, have a passion for outdoor adventures. Their sense of adventure led them to Alaska over 25 years ago.

Larry’s outdoor adventures have included enduring the grueling 1,000 mile Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race from Fairbanks, AK to Whitehorse, Yukon Territories, five times. He has also guided in Idaho, and Alaska for big game. Larry loves to fish and duck hunting is his passion.

Shelly has hunted everything from moose, caribou and bears in Alaska to pigs and goats in Hawaii. She also loves gardening and cooking. Shelly sells her own wild game and fish  cookbooks with all of her favorite collected recipes. Check out the Links Page to order a copy of the cookbooks.

The whole family enjoys duck hunting with their black lab Titan, fishing, hiking, and camping. Their  adult sons, James and Samuel, especially enjoy hunting,  beach combing, hiking and exploring, Scuba diving, Snorkling, target shooting pistols and snowmachining during the off season.

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Partner Paul Miller

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