Sitka AK

The Tlingit Indians were the original settlers of Sitka Alaska. In 1799, Alexandr Baranov who was the governor of Russian America founded Sitka, Alaska. Sitka Alaska was the site of the ceremony that involved the lowering of the Russian flag and the raising of the United States flag after the U.S purchased Alaska.

Sitka Alaska fishing is some of the best in North America. There is an abundance of salmon and halibut in the area, in addition to various other types of fish. Because of this, there are a multitude of Sitka charters that will help you make the most of your Sitka Alaska fishing trip. Let"s visit a few of them.

Sitka Alaska Fishing with Big Blue Charters

Big Blue Charters offers a variety of packages, which include your Sitka charter, room and meals. They have an arrangement with some of the downtown Sitka hotels, which allows you to get the best lodging rates for your Sitka Alaska fishing trip. This Sitka charter offers:

  • Approximately 10 hours guided fishing from 6 AM to 4 PM.
  • Fish cleaned and filleted on boat.
  • The first two 50 lb airport ready boxes of your fish are included.
  • All fishing licenses and king salmon stamps.
  • All meals.
  • Sitka Charters with Saltwater Sportsman

    This Sitka fishing charter company recently purchased two new fishing boats. In 2005, they bought a 32"X11" custom-built aluminum walk around. It is powered with twin Merc 250 h.p. Verado"s. This boat is capable of fishing up to six people. It has an insulated fish where your fish are iced down in order to ensure the best quality product when you get home.

    In 2003, They purchased a custom built 32" x 11" wide aluminum walk around that features twin 225hp 4 stroke Mercury engines, stand up head, 15" flat screen monitor with nobeltec. Additionally, there are two air ride seats and a fiberglass insulated fish hold. Comfortably fishes five people. This boat cruises at 30 knots!

    If you plan to take a Sitka Alaska fishing trip, keep in mind that the Alaska Fish and Game Bureau imposes some regulations. These include:

    • King Salmon - 1 per day, 3 in possession
    • Silver Salmon - 6 per day
    • Halibut - 2 per day
    • Ling Cod - 1 per day
    • Yellow Eye - 2 per day

    Whether you plan to go fishing, or to simply explore the history and Native American heritage, Sitka, Alaska is a great place to visit.

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