Welcome!

Welcome to FLY-IN FISH INN

A new 10 room inn on the waterfront with exceptional views, including Mt. Edgecumbe, eagles, sea lions & even killer whales is now available all year long in Sitka!! 

Need a place for friends and family? We're equipped with 9 rooms that have queen beds, refrigerators, microwaves, coffee pots & wet bars. One large kitchenette has 4 beds with a separate balcony. All rooms come with full breakfast during the summer season. We also have a secure internet connection available in every room.

Come enjoy our quiet bar with a fireplace & unique backsplash done in broken glass. Seating is available on our outside deck  where you can take advantage of the waterfront view.

Air Sitka. Operated by Ken Bellows. Southeast Alaska's most experienced pilot, piloting float planes for over 40 years in Alaska.

Staying at the inn? Ask about flight seeing trips. Ken's Cessna 185 is equipped with the most up to date flight instruments available. Fly to remote lakes, hunt or fish. He will show you the beautiful surroundings that Southeast Alaska has to offer.

Come see Alaska with the most experienced team in Sitka!
 
The Tongass National Forest, surrounding Alaska's Inside Passage, is our national treasure: one of the
last forests of its kind in the world where old growth forests, brown bears, eagles, and wild salmon still thrive.

Covering 17 million acres, over 1,000 islands, and stretching an area the length of Florida, the Tongass is America's largest National Forest.

This temperate rainforest provides a healthy, vital habitat for fish and wildlife, as well as world famous opportunities to fish, hunt, view wildlife, and enjoy the quiet of nature.

This symbol of Alaska, the Tongass National Forest, is home to healthy and abundant wildlife, vital spawning habitat for Wild Alaskan salmon, and world-renowned opportunities for recreation. With careful management, it will remain this way for generations to come.

Conserving the Tongass National Forest will preserve this one-of-a-kind rainforest and Alaska's outdoor heritage and way of life.

To learn more about the Tongass, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tongass_National_Forest.