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Artificial Lure Fishing Charters In Alaska
Ketchikan, Alaska is a picturesque fishing town located on the southern coast of the state. It is known for its abundant Salmon population and offers some of the best Salmon fishing in the world. Captain William and his 28' Hewes Craft fishing vessel are ready to take you on an unforgettable fishing adventure. As you board the boat, Captain William will give you a quick briefing—then it's time to hit the water. He knows all the best spots in the area and will take you to the most productive fishing grounds. Whether you're an experienced angler or a novice, Captain William will provide everything you need for a successful day of fishing, including top-of-the-line fishing equipment, lures, and bait. As you cast your line, you'll be surrounded by stunning scenery of southeastern Alaska. Ketchikan is located in the heart of the Tongass National Forest, the largest national forest in the United States, and the area is teeming with wildlife. Keep an eye out for bald eagles, seals, and even whales as you fish for Salmon! Captain William will provide expert guidance and instruction throughout the trip, teaching you the best techniques for catching salmon. You'll have the opportunity to catch a variety of salmon species, including King (Chinook), Silver (Coho), and Pink Salmon. All of these species are delicious pan fried, grilled, or even fresh as sushi! Captain William and his expert guides Kevin and Landon go above and beyond to make sure everything is taken care of on the day of your trip. Beyond providing all the expert experience and guidance, they will also supply: all fishing gear, tackle and bait, Bottled Water & Sodas, Rain ponchos & rain gear, all Required USCG approved safety gear, and delivery of your catch the fishing processor! Their boats come fully loaded with fuel, an enclosed cabin with heater, and full standing bathroom as well. Captain William and his team can also arrange the shipping for your catch after it has been processed. They use overnight shipping via FedEx, cost is typically around 2.50$/lb of filet plus boxing and shipping. The fish are waiting—get out there and set some hooks! Read More
Salmon Trip - 28' Hewes Craft
Everything to Know About Booking an Alaska artificial lure fishing charter
What are the best artificial lure fishing charters in Alaska?
Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 7 artificial lure fishing trips in Alaska, and the most popular trips in the area are Raspberry Island Fishing Lodge guided by Eric, Halibut Trip - 32' Crozier Craft guided by William, and Kasilof River King Salmon Fishing Trip guided by Nickolas.
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Looking for kid friendly artificial lure fishing guides in Alaska? Check out our beginner and family friendly artificial lure fishing guides in Alaska.
What types of artificial lure fishing charters are common in Alaska?
Inshore fishing is the most popular for artificial lure fishing in Alaska as well as nearshore fishing and river fishing.
The most commonly sought after species for artificial lure fishing in Alaska are: 1. coho salmon, 2. chinook salmon, 3. pink salmon, and 4. halibut.
How much do Alaska artificial lure fishing charters cost?
for artificial lure fishing in Alaska prices can range anywhere from an affordable $450 to $3,000 and up, but the average price for a half day trip for artificial lure fishing in Alaska is $1,499. The average price for a full day trip for artificial lure fishing in Alaska is $3,888.
What month is best for on a artificial lure fishing charter in Alaska?
The most popular season to go on a artificial lure fishing charter in Alaska is summer, and most anglers book their trips 0 days in advance.
Do I need a Alaska fishing license and what are the bag limits in Alaska?
See here for more information on fishing licenses in Alaska, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Alaska. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Alaska.
Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences
I had a great day on a remote Alaskan stream with Shaun who is an excellent guide. The best fish of the day managed to get away but we netted a few others and had a fun day and with was cool to share the stream with a few bears. I enjoy fishing with these guys, this was my third trip with them so that is probably best recommendation I can give, and highly recommend them if you are in the Talkeetna area.
Simon S. with Dave F. of Talkeetna, Alaska
We had a great day on Montana Creek. I brought along a novice fly fisherman and we were still able to find lots of rainbows, some close to 20", even though it was early in the season and river was still high. Everyone was very friendly, the guide Sean was knowledgeable and patient with new fisherman and Heather in the office was always very helpful. Will definitely use them again.
Simon S. with Dave F. of Talkeetna, Alaska
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