Authentic Alaska Fishing

Starting at
$409.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$374.99 / Child (ages 12 and under)
Ketchikan, AK
Moderate Activity Level
Minimum age 5 years
Meal Included
5.0 hours
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Fishing: Spend the day in a state-of-the art fishing vessel with a seasoned guide who will bring you to the fishing grounds Alaskans have been returning to generation after generation. No matter your skill level, you will fish like a local, working the sandy flats or sea floor pinnacles with your rod in hand, drifting with the current and jigging in waters as deep as 300 ft. This multi-species Alaskan fishing expedition allows you to head out with the confidence that you will catch fish. Down there in the twilight of the deep, rockfish, cod, flounder, sharks, skates and mighty halibut find their way to your bait. No matter what the conditions or the catch, this trip offers the best chance of exposing you to the strange and alien species found on the Southeast Alaskan deep-sea floor.

What’s Included:

  • Fishing gear.
  • Rain gear including bibs, jackets, hats, gloves, socks, and boots.
  • Light snack.

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Accessibility: This tour is ambulatory accessible. Scooters cannot be accommodated.

Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age – 5 years. Minimum weight – 30 lbs, maximum weight – 300 lbs. Deck or rubber soled shoes must be worn on board.

What to Bring: Warm, layered clothing, cash or credit/debit card for purchases, driver’s license or government issued photo ID (passports are not admitted).

Good to Know: Actual fishing duration is approximately 3 1/2 hours. You’ll need a credit card in order to have your catch processed and sent home (U.S. only). Fish cannot be stored on board the ship. Historically 50% of our guests catch Pacific Halibut. Fishing license is $15.00 per person and can be purchased at the dock directly with the tour operator the same morning of the tour. License can be paid by cash or credit card. Species availability changes throughout the season, and daily factors such as tides and wind affect your fishing opportunities. Daily catch limit set at one halibut. Until July 14, the maximum lower size limit is 40 inches, and from July 15 onwards, it decreases to 36 inches. An overarching upper limit of 80 inches or larger is in place throughout the season. Halibut retention is not allowed on Fridays between July 19 and September 13.