Summer is right around the corner, which means the time is now to begin planning your long-awaited trip to Alaska. Between Alaska’s rich culture and history, long coastlines, majestic wildlife and long list of exciting activities, there’s plenty to do in whatever your vacation timeframe may be. But what would your trip to Alaska be without exploring its waters? Luckily, whether you’re on a solo or group Alaskan trip, there are many fun activities to partake in on or near the water—including boat cruises, sightseeing and fishing tours.
Are you ready to make this summer a time to remember? If so, you will want to look into Phantom Tri-River Charters’ fishing excursions in Alaska and more!
- Guided fishing excursions: At Phantom Tri-River Charters, we are happy to offer a number of services to ensure you have an unforgettable Alaskan sports or vacation fishing excursion. A fishing expert will guide you through the waters, offering basic fishing techniques and giving suggestions on how to cook your catch. You bring your fishing license, camera and food cooler, and we’ll bring the rest!
- Day fishing trips: Whether you’re on a boat gliding through the crystal blue water or standing on the shore, you’re sure to enjoy a day of casting your fishing line and reeling in fish after fish. Summertime day fishing trips can be guided by a local fisherman, enjoyed in a group or, if you are familiar with the area, on your own.
- Overnight fishing trips: Since there’s tasty halibut and a variety of salmon swimming around in the waters of Alaska, you may decide to turn your day fishing trip into an overnight trip so you can catch more. Oftentimes, there’s a limit on how many fish you can catch in a day or weekend. When you stay out overnight on an ocean or river fishing charter, you get to fish both days until you catch your limit!
- River cruise: Fishing is not the only thing to do on a boat. Alaska river cruises take you through waterways that take you past some of the state’s oldest communities and most exquisite scenery. While you can take a riverboat cruise on a designated tour boat, you can also make a cruise experience out of your group’s fishing tour boat.
- Wildlife viewing: You are likely to get the best views of wildlife and nature from a boat deck. A boat can maneuver close to shorelines, stop to observe animals in the wild and even drop anchor to let passengers off to explore the shores. So, whether you own a camera phone, point-and-shoot or professional photography equipment, bring it to document your trip!
These are only a few of the outdoor activities that Alaska offers, as there is no shortage of things to do here. If you seek adventure in the wild, book one of Phantom Tri-River Charters’ summertime fishing excursions in Alaska. And don’t worry if you’re with a group that wants to fish but you don’t—feel free to relax out on the deck to enjoy the wildlife and breathtaking Alaskan scenery. Make your reservation today!