Categories for Alaskan Fishing Charter

Is Swimming in Lakes and Rivers Safe Anymore?

June 27, 2018

There are few things more refreshing than taking a relaxing dip into a freshwater stream, river or lake. Especially in the heat of summer, diving into your favorite local body of water is an excellent way to cool down and relax. Before you jump in, however, you may be wondering whether or not it’s safe to enter a wild, untamed body of freshwater. Concerns about currents, pollution and wildlife often deter people from swimming in natural bodies of water, like streams and lakes. Thankfully, it’s perfectly safe to swim in most bodies of fresh water. Even if a body of... View Article

Alaska Department of Fish and Game Closes King Salmon Fishing

March 28, 2018

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG) regulates how much and how often commercial and recreational fishers can harvest from the Last Frontier’s rich natural bounty. This means that occasionally, fishing some of the state’s most popular catches is off-limits. King (or Chinook) salmon season usually runs from May through September, although ADFG may close the season some years to protect native salmon populations. If this is the case, there’s no need to despair! You can still test your sportsman skills and catch a delicious fish out on the open water. You should consult with an expert in Alaskan... View Article

Discover These Native Fish on Your Next Alaskan Fishing Charter

February 23, 2018

Each region of the world offers its own unique discoveries. In Alaska, locals and visitors enjoy a host of fish native to the area. Some of these species are not found elsewhere in the world. Others are found in various parts of the world, but are found in greater abundance here. Learn more about them and discover them in person on your next Alaskan fishing charter. Following is a quick guide to some of the main varieties of fish you can expect to see in Alaska. Use this to make a list of fish you’d like to see, catch, raise... View Article

Fun Facts About Nome, Alaska

December 6, 2017

Nome is mainland Alaska’s westernmost major town. The city boasts a unique and interesting history, a thriving fishing and maritime culture and an enthralling amount of gold deposits. Nome has some of Alaska’s most intriguing sites, and is a must-see town for any tourists joining a fishing charter in Alaska. Nome, Alaska is home to roughly 3,500 residents, and sits at the tip of the state’s Seward Peninsula on the Bering Sea. The city straddles the Bering Strait, which separates North America from the Russian mainland by just 55 miles at its narrowest point. Both indigenous Alaskan and Russian heritage... View Article

What Are the Sport Fishing Regulations in Alaska?

September 8, 2017

There are a number of sport-fishing regulations in Alaska, and they can sometimes vary depending on what part of the state you’re fishing in. If you join us on one of our Alaskan fishing charters, you won’t need to worry about the regulations, as we know them well. But if you’re going to be fishing on your own, we’ve collected some of this year’s regulations for the most commonly sought-after sport fish in our area of Alaska: King salmon: The king salmon season opens January 1 and closes June 30. For fishery salmon, there’s a season from April 1 to... View Article

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