Our guided saltwater fishing adventures are all-inclusive and 5 days long. On your trip you will get to see everything the waters of Southeast Alaska has to offer. From breaching humpback whales, reeling in salmon after salmon, and some of the best bottom fishing around.
Due to our lodges remote location on the Inside Passage, you will get to enjoy the relatively calm waters, and not have to deal with the overcrowding in places like Sitka and Ketchikan.
All fishing trips will include daily limits of halibut, with the fishing grounds located only about 10-20 minutes from the lodge. We are typically catching these fish in 200’-250’ of water, providing an excellent fight that will not wear your arms off!
Caught consistently June through September, halibut typically average 20-40 pounds, with fish over 100 pounds being fairly common.
King Salmon: May-June.
Silver Salmon and Pink Salmon: July-September.
With its many rivers, Southeast Alaska enjoys very healthy returns of salmon. Typically catching these fish trolling, the King run peaks during mid June, with Pink Salmon arriving shortly after.
The Silver Salmon run arrives mid July and continues into September. Weighing 8-15 pounds, these are the most acrobatic fish and put up an excellent fight on light tackle.
In addition to catching halibut and salmon, all our fishing trips include rockfish. From Ling Cod and Yelloweye, to the many other species of pelagic and non-pelagic rockfish, the Inside Passages of Southeast Alaska has it all.
Caught in depths ranging from 50-200 feet, Ling Cod typically weigh 15-40 pounds, with Yelloweye averaging around 12-20 pounds.