Fishing in Alaska requires you to have a valid Alaska fishing license at all times. To fish with us, you will need a sport fishing license. Resident and Non-Resident options are available.
Children ages 15 and under are free.
If you would like to fish for, or retain king/Chinook salmon you MUST purchase a king salmon stamp for the day in question.
We do not offer child rates at our charter. Each person on the boat is capable of catching the same amount of fish and are taking the spot of an angler, therefore all of our prices are equal regardless of age.
Wearing comfortable layers is the best way to dress. Layers allow for you to take off or put on clothes depending on the temperature. Rain gear is always a good idea, even if it doesn’t rain. Being on the boat you might get splashed a little and there will be water on the deck. It’s better to be dry and happy, rather than wet and miserable.
Yes!!! On every one of our vessels!
We advise guests prone to seasickness to take their medication before boarding the vessel and check with your doctor about preventative medications prior to their trip. We take guests to some of the most remote waters in Southeast Alaska, which tend to be sheltered close to the shoreline. If at any time a guest feels conditions are not to their liking, our captains are happy to move the boat.
Absolutely. We frequently have large groups visit us for business trips so we know how to accommodate a crowd.
Yes! However we recommend bringing any of your own favorite snacks and drinks!
Ketchikan International Airport. From there you will board a small passenger ferry at the bottom of the ramp for $6 per person to take you across the straight to Ketchikan. Ferry travels across twice an hour.
No, we provide all the fishing equipment, boats, bait, and your fishing guide. Yes, you can bring your own fishing equipment if you desire too. (Especially fly gear, waders, boots, raingear)
Just give us a ring at 1-907-204-0292 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org