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Salmon Fishing

Fish for wild Alaskan salmon on a 4 or 6-hour trip

Quick Details

  • Duration: 4-6 hours
  • Season: May – September
  • Ticket includes entry onto the boat
  • Taxes, fees, & fishing license extra
4-Hour Trip (Per Person)
$200
6-Hour Trip (Per Person)
$300

About Our Ketchikan Salmon Fishing Charter

Want to fish but worried because you’re inexperienced? Whether you are booking as a single adult or a large group, this is the perfect opportunity for you to learn to fish in Alaska from a top-notch professional. We will have you fishing like a native Alaskan in no time! Come catch wild Alaskan salmon on a fishing charter with Ketchikan Charter Boats!

We are US Coast Guard certified to carry a maximum of six guests per charter boat. With limited space per vessel, all seats sold on an individual basis. We book single adults on the four-hour trolling for salmon charters with up to six adults max. All others require four people minimum to book. If you do not see availability on the specific day you want, please give us a call at 907-225-7291 or send us an e-mail.

If you would like to have the boat to yourselves, please let us know, and we can set up a private Ketchikan fishing charter just for you!

It’s not worth catching the big fish if you can’t get it home and show it off. With our help, your “bragging rights” are safe. Through our friends at Cedars Lodge, for an additional cost, your fish can be professionally filleted, processed, vacuum-sealed, and shipped right to your home arriving on any day you select! Fire up the grill and invite the neighbors to eat what you caught on your Alaskan adventure!

2019 ADF&G retention bag limits

King salmon is catch & release until June 14th.

From June 15th on:

  • King salmon is one per person per day 28 inches or greater.

Pink Salmon, Silver Salmon Limits:

  • Six per person per day

Please know Fish & Game regulations sometimes change.
Both state and federal regulations may have emergency orders in place concerning size, limit, or catch & release.

Halibut Limits (Area 2C, Southeast Alaska)

  • Charter vessel anglers may catch and retain one halibut per day
  • Retained halibut must be less than or equal to 38 inches or greater than or equal to 80 inches in length