Three-Day Halibut/Salmon/Shrimp & Crab Combo Fishing
Wild Alaska deep sea fishing at its best!
- Duration: 3 days 2 nights
- Season: May – September
- The ticket includes entry onto the fully outfitted boat.
- Fish processing, Taxes, fees & fishing license extra
- $ 6300.00
Ketchikan, AK Salmon, Halibut Shrimp, and crab combo Fishing Charter
(THIS CHARTER IS FOR TWO GUESTS ONLY)
Similar to our Alaska salmon and halibut charters, this gives you the best of everything! Set out on a Three-day sailing adventure and prepare to land each kind of fish along with shrimp and crab. With different bag limits (and their frequent changes), our captains guide you to the right spot to make sure you’ve got a line in the water.
This 36-hour journey is a great chance to see some of the more remote (and untouched) fishing spots off the outer coast of Prince of Whales Island. We’ve been doing this for years, and our guys know the techniques and locations to give you the best odds at landing the big one. Spend two nights tucked away in one of the many inlets and coves Alaska has to offer. Enjoy dinner all while having no connection to the rest of the world. When you round the southern point of POW Island, your phone will be there to provide pictures as you are not connected and will not be bothered by its interruptive rining. We see fish that are nearly as tall as our anglers, and we can only hope you get to also! So book your space online and prepare to experience Alaska on a unique and spectacular fishing expedition!
2023 ADF&G regulations check https://www.adfg.alaska.gov/
2022 ADF&G Retention Bag Limits: Please check https://www.adfg.alaska.gov/
Please know Fish & Game regulations sometimes change.
Both state and federal regulations may have emergency orders concerning size, limit, or catch & release.
Non-Resident King salmon is one per person per day, 28 inches or greater.
Pink Salmon, Silver Salmon Limits:
Six fish per day
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 40 inches or greater than or equal to 80 inches in length.